FOX’s Pride 2020 Campaign Celebrates Pride Month with #TVFORALL Social Activation

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On Monday, June 22, FOX will partner with GLAAD to host an intimate conversation with FOX talent (past and present) and artists from GLAAD’s team. FOX’s #TVFORALL campaign will feature images from photographer Sydney Claire, spotlighting FOX talent including Leslie Joran and Cheyenne Jackson (“Call Me Kat”),  Raven-Symone (“The Masked Singer,” “Celebrity Watch Party”), Bella Thorne (“The Masked Singer”), Fortune Feimster (“Bless the Harts”), Rafael Silva and Brian Michael Smith (“9-1-1 Lonestar”), John Roberts (“Bob’s Burgers”), and Keven McHale and Alex Newell (“Glee”).

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About FOXFam Pride Photoshoot
Inspired by photographer Sydney Claire’s digital series “Portraits in the Age of Quarantine,” these photos are extremely unique and tell a beautiful story. Through our partnership with Sydney, LGBTQ+ FOX talent from past, present and future shows were captured with a unique prism that created a rainbow across the photos to showcase the iconic symbol for Pride. Images posted throughout the month of June will feature an exclusive quote/mini interview with talent about pride, diversity and the impact of their characters/presence on TV.

About the GLAAD Roundtable Conversation: Let’s Talk About It
Outside of seeing moving images, hearing the voices and opinions of LBGTQ+ and allies is vital to becoming a part of the larger conversation. With that in mind, FOX has partnered with GLAAD to create an intimate conversation over Zoom with past and present FOX talent and artists from GLAAD’s team. They will discuss the evolution of representation in entertainment, pivotal LGBTQ+ moments in TV history, the impact these characters have had, what role they personally play in creating love and acceptance and the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement in entertainment and the LGBTQ+ community.

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