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Sunday, April 21, 2013

Web Series Worth Watching: The Dramatic Season Finale of Old Dogs & New Tricks

Web Series of the Week: Old Dogs & New Tricks
The second season of this groovy gay series comes to a dramatic end as Nathan seeks advice from a new shrink (played by Dynasty's Terri Garber), Ross and Neal reach a crossroads about their troubled relationship, and Nathan has a heated confrontation with his sexy boy toy Damian (played by Ryland Shelton). Also, if you would like to see a THIRD SEASON of Old Dogs & New Tricks, click here to make a donation to their current IndieGoGo campaign (they are planning to film 10 new episodes to debut in early 2014).

To catch up on the series, go to or subscribe to its YouTube channel. You can also follow ODNT on Facebook and Twitter.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

it could be worse
Here is a behind-the-scenes look at this comedy series featuring interviews with creators Wesley Taylor and Mitchell Jarvis and cast members Alison Fraser, Gideon Glick and Adam Chanler-Berat. I'm also tickled pink that DEEP DISH makes a brief appearance with a quote from my review of the series.

To catch up on it could be worse, go to You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.

Very Mary-Kate
In the latest episode of this comedy series about the self-absorbed former Full House actress, Mary-Kate gives a presentation about the Wig Party she recently attended. To experience Very Mary-Kate from the very beginning, go to You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.

In the latest episode of this new comedy series about four single friends, Daisy (Sarah Saltzberg) becomes better acquainted with a cute client at the casting agency. To catch up on the series, go to You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.

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