With the support of Ellen DeGeneres, Katy Butler currently obtained over 296.000 signatures so that a film on bullying in schools can be seen by students under 17 years old because, oddly, this film was prohibited to them.
We are still waiting to be able to follow the adventures of Frankie, Cat, Tess and Sam in Lip Service and even if currently there is no date, the BBC on the Twitter account of the show wrote:
"We will be announcing a date for #LipService2 as soon as we have one! I promise you'll hear it here first. It's soon. Only weeks away."
Next week, the 69th Golden Globe Awards will take place in Hollywood. Several LGBT-themed films will be in competition and some of them could win.
Kate moennig is back in a new movie named Gone which will be released on February 24, 2012!
In Grey's Anatomy, the question around the marriage between Callie and Arizona is facing debates.
The creator, Shonda Rimes, defended her point of view.
Apologies for the lack of a post about last week's episode. Some unforeseen technical difficulties which I'm sure you don't care about made things more difficult than I had anticipated. Onward and upward, here we go. This week's episode comes complete with shiny new interns, edifying speeches, and a commitment ceremony gone awry, all with a side of medicine.