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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Web Series Worth Watching: Nick Adams in Go-Go Boy Interrupted



Web Series of the Week: Go-Go Boy Interrupted
The second season of this comedy series continues to make me laugh as Danny meets a hunky Keith and his fabulous teeth (played by Nick Adams) at a gay pool party. Other guest stars include Glee's Heather Morris as Danny's friend Katie, Lynne Stewart as Danny's self-promoting mother, and Scott Evans as a "Mean Gay" (who has written a script in which he plays Captain America's gay brother).

To catch up on the series, go to www.gogoboyinterrupted.com. You can also follow Go-Go Boy Interrupted on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.




PLEASE NOTE: The next Web Series Worth Watching will be on Sunday, June 19.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

Break a Hip
This comedy was one of my favorite new web series of 2015, and now creator Cameron Watson has launched an Indiegogo campaign to give us a second season. Below you can check out an amusing fundraising video featuring stars Christina Pickles and Britt Hennemuth and guest stars Allison Janney and Peri Gilpin. Click here to contribute - and to catch up on Break a Hip's first season, go to www.breakahip.com.



Capitol Hill
Roses (Waxie Moon) bares her soul to her therapist (Guinevere Turner) in the latest episode of this Dynasty-inspired dragtastic series. To catch up on Capitol Hill, go to caphillseries.com. And you can follow the series on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.



Coffee House Chronicles
In "Sunday Secrets", the latest episode of this LGBT anthology series, hidden relationships come to light when two couples meet. For more Coffee House Chronicles, go to stewartnla.wordpress.com. And you can follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.



In Between Men
The last time we saw this gay dramedy about a group of NYC friends was when its second season ended in October 2013 - but now creator Quincy Morris and his handsome cast (including Nick Mathews and Mark Tallman) are raising funds to produce Season 3. Click here to contribute to their Kickstarter campaign - and to catch up on In Between Men's first two seasons, go to inbetweenmen.com.



Old Dogs & New Tricks
This comedy about four gay friends stumbling through middle age returns on June 26 with a new mini-movie special, "Where Were YOU When the Rights Went On?", but now the series has created a GoFundMe campaign to produce the last eight episodes of its fourth and final season. Click here to contribute - and to catch up on Old Dogs & New Tricks' first three seasons, go to www.ODNT.tv. And below you can go back to 2011 and watch Season 1 interviews with Leon Acord, David Pevsner, Jeffrey Patrick Olson and Curt Bonnem.

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