FROM HERE ON OUT is a comedy that follows the character of aging gay writer Jimmy Richards (Terry Ray), who, after years of failed attempts, finally sells his television show Guy Dubai: International Gay Spy to the 18-year-old president (Austin Robert Miller) of Here TV. But Jimmy first must hire an openly gay leading man or the series will not go forward. Jimmy casts the sexy and talented Sam Decker (T.J. Hoban)... except Sam is secretly straight.
To keep their show, Jimmy and Sam conspire to convince the network that they are a gay couple. Sam is publicly an out gay man as he, Jimmy, a pool boy (Adrian Gonzalez), a diva maid, and wannabe actress (Suzanne Whang), the network president, and his former nanny-turned-receptionist Dottie (Juliet Mills) struggle every week to make a new television show... and in the process, a new family.
GLEE's Grant Gustin cast as CW's Flash
Gustin will play the lightning-fast character also known as Barry Allen, and appear in three episodes of ARROW -- including the backdoor FLASH pilot.
SWITCHED AT BIRTH's Gilles Marini: ' I think it's very uncool to be in the closet nowadays'
"We're in 2013. I think it's very uncool to be in the closet nowadays. I never was a witness in any wedding in my life, and the first time I was a witness in a wedding in my life was for my dear friends Philippe and David--same-sex couple--and I think it was fantastic. Don't stay in the closet. You'll only hurt your heart and, down the line, probably your family. They need to know the truth about what you like and what you want in life."
ABC Present-Day Drama Project Set In America That Lost Revolutionary War
What if Americans had no Independence Day to celebrate? A drama project in development at ABC answers that question by building an alternative reality where the 13 colonies lost the 1775-83 Revolutionary War. Titled THE THIRTEEN, the contemporary drama takes place in a world in which the colonies lost their bid for independence, and America is still fighting the British for freedom.
Katie Couric, Barbara Walters Deny ‘View’ Replacement Report
The New York Daily News reported that Couric may replace Walters on THE VIEW.
But a spokesperson for ABC told TheWrap, “There is absolutely no truth to this rumor whatsoever, it’s completely erroneous.”