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Culture Q: Late Breaking News

Culture Q: Late Breaking News

On May 6th, global LGBTQ TV network, Revry, will premiere it’s first original weekly news program CULTURE Q, an innovative entertainment, pop culture, lifestyle and politics news series. Emphasizing the queer millieu, CULTURE Q stands to be the leading, weekly forum for boundary-pushing LGBTQ discussions and commentary.
Hosted by digital news influencer pioneers, Shira Lazar and Andy Lalwani of the highly successful WHAT’S TRENDING (36 million monthly impressions), CULTURE Q features an ever-changing cavalcade of celebrated and thought leading guests who help capture that X-factor which defines queer culture. The weekly series will premiere Thursday May 6, 2021 at 5pm PST / 8pm EST, and continue every Thursday eve at the same time on the Revry News channel or On-Demand on Revry.
“CULTURE Q represents an opportunity to celebrate LGBTQ culture and highlight the stories that matter to our community,” says Damian Pelliccione, CEO of Revry. “Revry is committed to inspiring exploration of authentic LGBTQ stories.”
The first guest will be HBO Max’s LEGENDARY MC and phenom, Dashaun Wesley – an iconic figure in the ballroom world, and most well-known by his appearance in America’s Best Dance Crew on the Vogue Evolution team, including acting on FX’s Pose, Magic Mike XXL and BET’s Hit the Floor.
“I’m personally excited to be a part of a show that represents a huge community that deserves exposure,” says co-host Andy Lalwani. “A lot of LGBTQ media gets swept under the rug. It’s important to highlight the intersectional voices among queer communities that can be marginalized and sometimes forgotten about. For myself, I’m proud to represent people of color in the media. I want people to see a face they can trust and feel comfortable with, and authentically represents who they are, as well.”
“Having created and hosted WHAT’S TRENDING for the past decade, it is an honor to be able to partner with Revry to bring our news expertise to the LGBTQ community,” shares co-host Shira Lazar. “It’s more important than ever before to report LGBTQ stories consistently to audiences as we continue the fight for rights and equality across the country.”
This weekly news show features top entertainment talent, current LGBTQ politicians and tastemakers leading queer culture. CULTURE Q can be found only on Revry, featuring hundreds of hours of original and licensed LGBTQ movies, shows, music and news.

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