Out100 Readers' Choice Award Nomination: The Cast of Looking

Gay actors form the core of the HBO show about men looking for love

The Men of Looking

Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez & Murray Bartlett show us what they've got

By Out.com Editors

Modern Love

Could Andrew Haigh’s new HBO dramedy, Looking, be that rare thing — a gay TV show about the rest of us?

By Christopher Glazek

WATCH: New Trailers for HBO's Girls & Looking

Get your first look at Russell Tovey

By Stacy Lambe

First Look: HBO's The Normal Heart

Watch a short preview of the upcoming film adaptation

By Stacy Lambe

Jonathan Groff Is Disney's New Kind of 'Prince'

'He’s not like your typical, skinny-legged jeans, Disney prince. He’s a little thicker, he’s got my thighs,' says the …

By C. Edwards

WATCH: Icona Pop Go All Godard In ‘Just Another Night’ Video

…And 5 Other Things You Need To Know Today

By Alex Panisch

WATCH: Ja'mie King is a Teenage Role Model

People look up to her and stuff

By Stacy Lambe

WATCH: The Official Trailer For HBO's Looking Starring Jonathan Groff

An extended preview of the new series

By Stacy Lambe

Quote of the Day: Jonathan Groff On His First TV Sex Scenes

'What we’re trying to display is a reality of gay sex as opposed to the salaciousness of gay sex'

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

WATCH: The First Teaser For HBO's Looking

#TheGaysAreComing

By Stacy Lambe

Out100: Jonathan Groff

Actor

By Out.com Editors

Cheyenne Jackson in New HBO Pilot

There’s plenty of Ryan Murphy news today, but naturally we’re starting with any news that involves Cheyenne Jackson. …

By Out.com Editors

10 Things We Learned About HBO's Looking

Go behind the scenes with Instagram

By Stacy Lambe

First Looking: Jonathan Groff in Leather

The star of 'Looking' looks to love big burly man hugs

By Jerry Portwood

Quote of the Day: Jonathan Groff on Sending Dildo Pics to Alfred Molina

The actor is starring in C.O.G., the first adaptation of a David Sedaris story, and had some fun with the props on set …

By Jerry Portwood

Boys Behaving Badly

Chris Lilley's follow-up to 'Summer Heights High' is so wrong, it must be right.

By Mike Berlin

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