Web Series of the Week: Jack in a Box
In August 2009 I first featured Michael Cyril Creighton's hilarious web series about a guy named Jack who works in a box office. Now three years, four seasons and 31 episodes later Jack in a Box has come to an end. In the series finale, Jack contemplates his future and, of course, eats a cupcake. I will miss this show and its many wonderful characters, and I wish the talented Mr. Creighton all the best in his future creative endeavors and - as Jack's mother would say - "Squeezies!"
To watch Jack from the bitter beginning, go to www.jackinaboxsite.com or check out his YouTube Channel. Jack's photos are by Zack DeZon.
Other web series worth watching this week are:
Below you can enjoy a sneak preview of The Cavanaughs, which returns for its fourth and final season this Thursday (September 27). And here is some good news for the indie soap's fans - creator Adrian Morales is planning a brand new spinoff series next spring with many of the same actors. To catch up on the first three seasons of The Cavanaughs, go to www.the-cavanaughs.com or subscribe to its YouTube channel. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.
The latest episode of this addictive soap opera is called "Hanky Panky" for a good reason as a few couples get physical. To watch Empire from the very beginning, go to www.empiretheseries.com. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.
Things get steamy at the gym for Alex and his friends in the latest episode of this gay Sex and the City. To catch up on the series, go to HuntingSeason.tv. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.
Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies
The fabulous film critic is back with a review of Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt (1943) starring Teresa Wright and Joseph Cotton. For more TOQ, subscribe to his YouTube Channel. You can also become a fan on Facebook or follow Steve on Twitter.
Where the Bears Are
This gay comedy series continues with two new episodes, in which Wood gets a new job and Nelson enters a Mr. Bear Chest contest. To catch up on Where the Bears Are, go to wherethebearsare.tv. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.