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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Web Series Worth Watching: Go-Go Boy Interrupted returns for Season 2 on April 12



Web Series of the Week: Go-Go Boy Interrupted
We haven't seen former go-go boy Danny Carter since 2014, but now - after a successful Kickstarter campaign - he is returning for a second hilarious season on April 12. And creator/star Jimmy Fowlie has lined up an impressive list of guest stars, including Heather Morris (Glee), Jordan Black (Community), Willam Belli (RuPaul's Drag Race), Scott Evans (One Life to Live), Chris Riggi (Gossip Girl), Briga Heelan (Cougar Town), Karen Maruyama (Arrested Development), Fortune Feimster (Chelsea Lately) and Nick Adams (Broadway's Priscilla Queen of the Desert), who will play a hot therapist (that's him and Fowlie in the above pic). Check out the Season 2 trailer below.

To catch up on the first season, go to www.gogoboyinterrupted.com. You can also follow the series on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.



PLEASE NOTE: The next Web Series Worth Watching will be on Sunday, April 3.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

The Benefits of Gusbandry
In the latest episode of this gay comedy series, Jackie and River toy with the idea of having a baby and experience an abrupt end to their evening with a very unexpected revelation. To catch up on The Benefits of Gusbandry, go to thebenefitsofgusbandry.com. And you can follow the series on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.



Child of the '70s
In the latest episodes of this comedy series, Carlos gets nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award, Nickel (Susan Olsen from The Brady Bunch) gets better acquainted with her abductor, and KiKi is reunited with her daughter and her daughter's father (played by Randy Jones, the original cowboy from the Village People). To catch up on Child of the '70s, go to www.theofficialchildofthe70s.com. You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.




Old Dogs & New Tricks
This groovy gay comedy returns in June with a new mini-movie special, 'Where Were YOU When the Rights Went ON?', celebrating the first anniversary of the historic Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality. To catch up on the series, go to www.ODNT.tv. You can also follow ODNT on Facebook and Twitter.



Self-Obsessed
Based on Sina Grace's autobiographical Image Comics graphic novel, this new series is a comedic look at the life of a gay LA-based cartoonist (Grace) who struggles to find his creative mojo amidst a break-up, a book cancellation, and an overall crisis of faith in his own work. Below you can watch a trailer for Self-Obsessed, which begins on March 22. You can also subscribe to Sina's YouTube channel and follow him on Twitter and Instagram.



Steam Room Stories
Watch "Spit or Swallow", the latest episode of this steamy sketch comedy. For more SRS, go to www.SteamRoomStories.com. And you can follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.



Successful People
Created by and starring Artie O'Daly and Theresa Ryan, this new comedic web series is about an unsuccessful songwriting duo, Chet and Laura, who - in the first episode - meet a successful songwriter at a networking event. For more Successful People, go to www.successfulpeoplewebseries.com. You can also follow the series on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.



Where the Bears Are
This award-winning gay comedy mystery web series has been described as "The Golden Girls meets Murder, She Wrote but with big hairy gay men" - and now you can help the show return for a fifth season by donating to its Kickstarter fundraising campaign. Season 5 will thrust our hairy heroes into yet another thrilling mystery surrounding the honeymoon of everyone's favorite bear couple, Nelson and Todd!

Click here to donate to the Bears' Kickstarter campaign. To catch up on the first four seasons, go to wherethebearsare.tv. You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.



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