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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Web Series Worth Watching #1: Steven Hill vs. Chico's Angels




In order to keep current with all my favorite web series, beginning today I'm going to be featuring the latest episodes every week here on the Dish. This week I'm catching up with five groovy series, but I can only choose one for my Web Series of the Week award, which goes to . . .

Chico's Angels
I love this silly Latino drag queen version of a certain 1970s TV series about three crime-fighting, mystery-solving, cha-cha heels-wearing ladies - Kay Sedia, Chita Parol and Frieda Laye. The hunky Steven Hill from MTV's Real World Las Vegas guest stars in the latest episode. For more Chico's Angels, go to their website, chicosangels.com.



Other web series worth watching this week are:

Ave 43
Here's Chapter Seventeen of this deliciously bizarre soap opera about the residents of Los Angeles' Highland Park neighborhood. If you haven't watched Ave 43 before, I highly recommend that you start at the very beginning on its YouTube Channel.



Empire
Who shot and killed Cain's sexy boyfriend? And will poor Katherine ever escape from Sandra's secret room? Here's the recent Second Season Finale of this addictive soap opera. To watch Empire from the very beginning, go to http://www.empiretheseries.com/.



Jack In A Box
Guest stars Nat DeWolf and Queer as Folk's Randy Harrison are both hilarious in "The Interview", the latest episode of Michael Cyril Creighton's series about a cupcake-loving former theatre box office employee. For more Jack, go to http://www.jackinaboxsite.com/.



Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies
YouTube's most fabulous film critic of classic movies reviews Judy Holliday in 1950's Born Yesterday and one of my personal favorites, Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train, from 1951. For more TOQ, subscribe to his YouTube Channel.


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