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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Web Series Worth Watching: Old Dogs & New Tricks Debuts on July 30



Web Series of the Week: Old Dogs & New Tricks
Now here is a refreshing new web series about gay men over 40. Old Dogs & New Tricks, which will premiere its pilot episode on July 30, explores the friendship and tribulations of four diverse and successful West Hollywood men, who have all reached that certain age defined as "middle": Talent agent Nathan (Leon Acord); Brad (Curt Bonnem), a one-hit wonder from the late '80s; Muscles (Jeffrey Patrick Olson), a hunky personal trainer; and Ross (David Pevsner), a former TV star. How these guys react (or overreact) and adjust (or not) to getting older will be the focus of the series, which sounds like it could be a lot of fun.

Below is a brief teaser as well as the original teaser, which stars Jim J. Bullock (TV's Too Close for Comfort) as Ross (he was unable to appear in the pilot due to a scheduling conflict). For more information on Old Dogs & New Tricks, go to www.olddogsnewtrickstheseries.com. You can also become a fan on Facebook and follow the series on Twitter.




PLEASE NOTE: Web Series Worth Watching will be featured every other week this summer. The next post will be on Sunday, July 17.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

Ave 43
This twisted soap opera celebrates its 30th episode with murder, straight porn and gay sex. If you haven't watched Ave 43 before, I suggest that you start at the very beginning on its YouTube Channel.



Far From The Bay
A new chapter of the popular indie soap opera, The Bay, recently debuted focusing on young Peter Garrett (Kristos Andrews) and his search for Claire, the woman who raised him as a child. He ends up in New York, where he meets Michael Donovan (a character from the web series, Steamboat, played by former Guiding Light star Michael O'Leary).

Below are the first two episodes, and 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.




Ski Camp
After the adorable Dan celebrates his birthday, a second boy is eliminated in Episode 3 of the gay reality series. To watch the first two episodes, click here. You can also become a fan of Ski Camp on Facebook.



Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies
This week the fabulous Mr. Hayes reviews the Frank Capra classic, Lost Horizon (1937). For more TOQ, subscribe to his YouTube Channel or become a fan on Facebook.

1 comment:

becca said...

these all look really good will have to go watch

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