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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Web Series Worth Watching: Ben Baur returns for a second Hunting Season



Web Series of the Week: Hunting Season
The last time we saw the guys of Hunting Season was in October 2012, but now they have returned for a second round of sex in the city. Created by Jon Marcus, this groovy gay web series tells the story of Alex (Ben Baur), a young writer who keeps a secret sex blog of his amorous adventures. But in Season 2 he begins to realize that he might want something more - like a serious boyfriend. Meanwhile, his two best friends, Tommy (Marc Sinoway) and TJ (Jake Manabat), also experience some changes in their lives as Tommy discovers that opposites do attract and TJ and his husband Will explore non-monogamy in their marriage.

The handsome Mr. Baur continues to be a charismatic lead, while Sinoway and Manabat are equally engaging. I also enjoyed the supporting performances of David Garelik, Yuval Boim, Ken Barnett and Pressly Coker (who returns as the "Hot Sales Guy"). And Season 2 features quite a bit of uncensored nudity, including some full frontal and plenty of bare backsides (I especially liked a hot and horny plumber in Episode 2). So if you were a fan of Season 1, I think that you will find Hunting's steamy new season just as entertaining.

Click here to rent or buy Season 2 of Hunting Season on Vimeo on Demand. You can catch up on the first season for free at HuntingSeason.tv. And you can follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.



PLEASE NOTE: The next Web Series Worth Watching will be on Sunday, June 21.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

Web Series of the Week: Child of the '70s
Michael Vaccaro's comedy series returns for a third season with newlyweds Carlo and Joe already having martial problems due to Joe's ex-boyfriend Vittorio and Carlo's new job on a soap opera. And Vaccaro's cast continues to be a fun mix of comedians, gay porn actors and 1970s TV stars, including Susan Olsen (The Brady Bunch), Ted Lange (The Love Boat), Judy Tenuta (as Carlo's mother), Leo Forte (as Joe) and Frankie Valenti (as Vittorio). And then there is the fabulous Ann Walker (Sordid Lives), who once again steals the show as Carlo's boss, actress KiKi Lawrence.

To catch up on the first two seasons of Child of the '70s, go to www.theofficialchildofthe70s.com. You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.






Steam Room Stories
Check out the latest episodes of this steamy comedy. For more Steam Room Stories, go to www.SteamRoomStories.com. You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.




Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies
The fabulous film critic reviews National Velvet (1944), starring Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney and Angela Lansbury. For more TOQ, subscribe to his YouTube channel. You can also follow Steve on Facebook and Twitter.



Winterthorne
DeVanity creator Michael Caruso has released the trailer for his new web soap, Winterthorne, which has a great cast, including Martha Madison (Days of our Lives), Gordon Thomson (Dynasty), Kirsten Storms (General Hospital), John-Paul Lavoisier (One Life to Live), Kathleen Gati (General Hospital), Kevin Spirtas (Days of our Lives) and Linda Gray (Dallas). The drama begins on August 27 at www.winterthorne.com, and you can receive updates about the series on Twitter.

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