Sunday, August 12, 2012
Web Series Worth Watching: Where the Bears Are is furry gay fun
Web Series of the Week: Where the Bears Are
I love this new comedy series that is part Golden Girls, part Murder, She Wrote and totally gay. You can watch the first three episodes below, in which three roommates in L.A. find a dead naked body in their bathtub after a birthday party. Created by and starring Rick Copp, Joe Dietl and Ben Zook - who are hilarious as the roommates - the show is a lot of fun, and I especially enjoyed the cameo appearance by actor Tuc Watkins (Desperate Housewives, One Life to Live) as well as the supporting characters of bartender Hot Toddy (hairy hunk Ian Parks, who's in the above pic) and Detective Winters (a smooth and sexy Chad Sanders).
For more information on Where the Bears Are, go to wherethebearsare.tv. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.
PLEASE NOTE: The next Web Series Worth Watching will be on Sunday, August 26.
Other web series worth watching this week are:
This delightfully twisted soap opera continues with its 44th episode, in which Debbie meets the child she gave up for adoption during a time-travel visit to 1964 (I told you it was twisted), someone spies on Thomas in the shower, and Sabine's life is in danger. I'm also very pleased to see that this episode has already received almost 20,000 hits on YouTube - this groovy series deserves a much wider audience. So if you haven't watched Ave 43 before, I recommend that you start at the very beginning on its YouTube channel. You can also become a fan of the series on Facebook.
Darkside Of The Bay
The Emmy-nominated drama, The Bay, returns for a special five-part summer spin-off, focusing on Peter Garrett's search for his missing mother and brother. The first episode introduces us to a new bad guy, Chase Walker (played by Brian Gaskill, who previously appeared on All My Children as Bobby Warner from 1995-97 and on the short-lived 1994 series, Models Inc.). 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.
In the latest episodes of this addictive soap opera, Irving Reed takes a fatal drink after confronting his party guests about their sordid lives. To watch Empire from the very beginning, go to www.empiretheseries.com. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.
This groovy gay web series continues with its fourth episode, "Fun Party", in which a drunk Mitchell calls Jack after Oona's party. To learn more about The Outs, go to www.theouts.tv or become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.
Steam Room Stories
This sexy web series continues as the guys discuss their attraction to bears and share masturbation tips. To watch more hot studs, go to www.steamroomstories.com. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.