I watched this last night and actually surprised myself by enjoying most of it. Beats most gay themed rubbish offered up by the likes of TLA Video and that horrible Hunting Season and DLTA.
Made in Brooklyn, using only Brooklynites with donations. I love the baby Eric Mabius. It's free, so I'm not shilling. Oh, there's no nudity, either.
Actually, there is a bit of nudity in one episode, but not from the leads.
No nudity = not interested. NEXT!
[quote] Made in Brooklyn, using only Brooklynites with donations.
This thread will end in tears.
I just watched two episodes on YouTube. Anyone else watch it?
I found it engaging - not really good, but not bad. Certainly not the embarrassment that is Where the Bears Are.
There is a follow-up called Whatever This Is. - same creative, just rearranged. Sadly (for me), baby Eric Mabius plays a straight guy.
I could only stand a few minutes. It's artless. Made by people who think their lives are a lot more interesting than they really are.
I watched it about a year when it came out. I thought it was nice to have a show with gay characters none of them have a drug problem or commit suicide.
I liked it. Is there going to be a second season?
It's one of the best web series to date. It has well written characters, an arc that goes from beginning to end, and dialogue that sounds like real people. It was part of the Made In New York series at the Paley Center this past October.
R6, you're a rube. Their lives are probably more interesting than yours is, and they're definitely more sophisticated. Maybe you should stick to the shit that's on LOGO, like that fucking embarrassment, Noah's Arc. What a gay-cliche piece of shit THAT is.
I just watched the last episode. I found it cute and harmless.
I look forward to the next season if there will be one.