It's the last day of September! Where has the time gone?! Actually, in quarantine, every day seems just like the day before. The only difference: what we watched on tv or streaming that day. Thankfully, we keep getting great, new content. And today is no exception...
The Boys in the Band on Netflix
Check out our conversation with the entire, star-studded group, this weekend on Advocate Channel.
Based on the Tony Award-winning play that changed a generation, The Boys in the Band follows a group of nine gay men who gather for a birthday party in 1968 New York City - only to find the drinks and laughs interrupted when a visitor from the host's past turns the evening upside down.
Starring Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesús, Brian Hutchison, Michael Benjamin Washington, and Tuc Watkins. Produced by Ryan Murphy. Directed by Joe Mantello. Based on the groundbreaking work of Mart Crowley.
The Glorias on Prime Video
Gloria Steinem changed the world and continues to do so. She isn't just a feminist icon, she has been on the ground, day in and day out, for half a century, demanding equal rights for women. Now her story has been made into a film, starring Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Janelle Monae and Bette Midler just to name a few. It is directed by the great, Julie Taymor (the Lion King on broadway)
Learn more about Gloria and the film, this weekend, in a special See Her Spotlight on Advocate Channel.
Blood on the Wall on National Geographic
From the makers of the Academy Award-nominated film Restrepo comes BLOOD ON THE WALL, which explores how Mexico has been shaped by U.S. policies, migrant caravans, drug traffickers and corruption.
American Murder on Netflix
Shanann Watts and her two young daughters went missing in Frederick, Colorado. As details of their deaths made headlines worldwide, it became clear that Shanann's husband, Chris Watts, wasn't the man he appeared to be. Experience a gripping and immersive examination of the disintegration of a marriage.
Shepard Smith on CNBC
CNBC announced that former Fox News anchor Shepard Smith is joining the network to host a one-hour evening news program on weekdays at 7 p.m. ET.