Sunday, June 17, 2012
The Outs is a Groovy Gay Web Series Worth Watching
Web Series of the Week: The Outs
I love discovering a groovy gay web series - and The Outs is my new favorite. Created by the extremely talented Adam Goldman, this dramedy set in Brooklyn tells the story of two gay guys, Mitchell (Goldman) and Jack (Hunter Canning). The "critically unlaid" Mitchell hangs out with his best friend, Oona (Sasha Winters), while Jack is going through a slutty drug-dealing phase. Goldman, Canning and Winters are all terrific, and the adorable Tommy Heleringer (see above pic) shows up in the second episode as a scruffy young man whom Jack meets one night. It is such a well-written show with engaging characters and a fabulous sense of humor - and I look forward to becoming better acquainted with The Outs.
To learn more about The Outs, go to www.theouts.tv or become a fan on Facebook.
PLEASE NOTE: Web Series Worth Watching will be featured every other week this summer. The next post will be on Sunday, July 1.
Other web series worth watching this week are:
This addictive drama continues as Sara receives bad news about her ex-husband, while the police question the person they believe is responsible for the explosion. To get caught up on The Bay, go to www.thebaytheseries.com. You can also become a member of The Bay's Facebook Group and follow the series on Twitter.
Fumbling thru the Pieces
This quirky comedy ends its first season with a stranger arriving on Ellie's doorstep with shocking news about Jesse's husband. For more Fumbling, go to www.fumblingthruthepieces.com. You can become a fan of the series on Facebook and Twitter.
In the latest episode of this mysterious drama, Madame Clelia gives something important to Dr. Hoffman, while Agent Thorne questions Julie about her troubled past. For more Ragged Isle, go to www.raggedisle.com. You can also become a fan on Facebook and follow the series on Twitter.