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Sunday, January 10, 2016

Web Series Worth Watching: Brian Jordan Alvarez in The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo



Web Series of the Week: The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo
Last year I enjoyed Brian Jordan Alvarez's gay sitcom, Boy Toys, and now he's back with another series, which I think is even better. Alvarez plays the title character, who spends his time arranging love connections for his friends while dealing with his own romantic life. His talented supporting cast includes Stephanie Koening, Jon Ebeling, Jimmy Fowlie, Ken Kirby and Jason Greene (who nearly steals the episode as Caleb's gender-fluid friend Freckle). I look forward to Episode 2!

Click here to subscribe to Alvarez's YouTube channel. You can also follow him on Twitter and Instagram.



PLEASE NOTE: The next Web Series Worth Watching will be on Sunday, January 24.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

Anacostia
Below you can binge-watch six episodes of the fourth season of this Emmy Award-winning series. And you can catch up on all the delicious drama from the first three seasons by subscribing to its YouTube channel. You can also follow Anacostia on Facebook and Twitter.








The Bay
The dramatic mid-season finale of this Emmy Award-winning soap opera features a wedding, a shooting, a prison attack and the introduction of guest star Thomas Calabro (Melrose Place) as a new mystery man. To catch up on The Bay, go to thebaytheseries.com. And you can follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.






He's With Me
This comedy series returns with a two-part episode featuring guest stars Debra Jo Rupp (That '70s Show) and Tony Award winner Cady Huffman (The Producers). To catch up on the series, go to www.heswithme.tv or subscribe to HWM's YouTube channel. You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.




The Horizon
This long-running Australian gay soap opera has created an Indiegogo campaign to help fund Seasons 7 and 8, and below you can check out a new fundraising video featuring Francis Mossman (Stevie), Patrick James (Wilma) and Paul Layton (Jake). Click here to make a donation - and if you need to catch up on the first six seasons, go to www.thehorizon.tv.



Steam Room Stories
In the latest episodes, newcomer Kenny Leu joins the guys in the steam room for some holiday hijinks as they exchange Secret Santa gifts, and then Jordan Jones and Josh Wise discuss "Nutscapes". For more steamy sketch comedy, go to www.SteamRoomStories.com. And you can follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.




Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies
The fabulous film critic reviews My Reputation (1946) starring Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent and Eve Arden. For more TOQ, subscribe to his YouTube channel. You can also become a fan on Facebook and follow Steve on Twitter.



These People
Created by Zac Hug and Jamie Heinrich, this deliriously dark comedy debuted last year, but I only recently discovered it. The story is centered around Todd Bennet (played by Hug), who has to deal with his brother Simon's mental health issues while also coping with his other family members. The entire cast is wonderful, including Claire Downs as Todd's actress sister Jenny, Cameron Miller-Desart as Simon and his twin brother Chuck, Jeremy Glazer as Todd's ex-boyfriend Josh, Keith Powell (30 Rock) as Dr. Maher, and Carolyn Hennesy (General Hospital, True Blood) as Julia, the Bennet matriarch.

Below you can watch the entire first season, and for more These People, go to www.thesepeople.tv. You can also follow the series on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.






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