Sunday, March 31, 2013
Web Series Worth Watching: Wesley Taylor & Adam Chanler-Berat in it could be worse
Web Series of the Week: it could be worse
This gay dark comedy continues to entertain me with its amusingly addictive storylines and the outstanding performances by its talented cast, including co-creator Wesley Taylor as struggling NYC actor Jacob, Adam Chanler-Berat as Jacob's new love interest Ben, and the fabulous Allison Fraser (I know I call her "fabulous" every time I mention her, but she is) as stage and screen legend Veronica Bailey. In the latest episodes, Jacob and Ben's relationship evolves, while Veronica suffers a meltdown during rehearsal.
To catch up on the series, go to itcouldbeworse.tv. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.
Other web series worth watching this week are:
Old Dogs & New Tricks
In the latest episode of this groovy gay series, Ross decides to find a fuck buddy online, while Nelson's new hubby Dirk (played by Olympic gold-medal winner Greg Louganis) takes a dip in the pool. To catch up on Old Dogs & New Tricks, go to OldDogsNewTricksTheSeries.com or subscribe to its YouTube channel. You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.
People you Know
Created by John Dylan DeLaTorre and Baltimore Russell, this new gay web series follows eight friends in New York City as they strive to discover love, achieve their dreams and survive the drama. Filming of the 13-episode season is set begin in June with an official launch in the fall, so if you would like to help them "achieve their dreams", click here to make a donation to their Kickstarter campaign.
Below you can check out the series trailer, and for more information, go to www.peopleyouknow.tv. You can also follow People you Know on Facebook and Twitter and subscribe to its YouTube Channel.
Steam Room Stories
In the latest episodes, the guys discuss Easter and manscaping. For more hot hunks, go to www.SteamRoomStories.com. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.
Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies
My favorite film critic reviews George Cukor's classic courtroom comedy, Adam's Rib (1949) starring Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn and Judy Holliday. For more TOQ, subscribe to his YouTube Channel. You can also become a fan on Facebook or follow Steve on Twitter.
In the latest episodes of this comedy series about the self-absorbed former Full House actress, Mary-Kate makes a conference call and plays her very own drinking game. To experience Very Mary-Kate from the very beginning, go to verymarykate.com. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.