Sunday, January 8, 2017
Web Series Worth Watching: Steam Room Stories celebrates its 7th birthday
Web Series of the Week: Steam Room Stories
This sketch comedy about hot men hanging out in a steam room aired its first episode in January 2010, and its hunky cast has included (see above) John Suazo, Ben Palacios and many others. Now the series kicks off 2017 with a new episode, in which Ray Tezanos, Jordan Jones and Evan Bonifant try to find the best way to celebrate the show’s 7th birthday.
For more SRS, go to www.SteamRoomStories.com. And you can follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.
PLEASE NOTE: The next Web Series Worth Watching will be on Sunday, February 5.
Other web series worth watching this week are:
After a long hiatus, this addictive soap opera continues its 5th season as Sean feels isolated and alone after his sexual assault, Dominique searches for a kidnapped Alexis, and Michael takes drastic matters into his own hands regarding Mia. You can catch up on all the drama of Anacostia by subscribing to its YouTube channel. You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.
In the 81st episodes of this deliciously twisted soap opera, Margo drowns her sorrows in drugs, Barbara makes a confession, Phil breaks the law, and Vanessa meets Satan. If you haven't watched Ave 43 before, I recommend that you begin with Episode 1 on its YouTube channel. You can also become a fan on Facebook.
Bob and Donna
Randy Eisenberg and Sharon Houston star in this parody of a reality travel show in which two Michiganders fulfill their lifelong dreams of traveling to major cities that everyone else has been to but them. In Season 1, Bob makes Donna's dreams come true with a some-expenses-paid trip to New York City for the holidays (click here to watch all nine episodes).
This Dynasty-inspired dragtastic series concludes its second season as Father Dick and his squad of exorcists face off against Pearl's demon in an epic battle. Meanwhile, Seattle gets a new mayor and Roses receives an unexpected visitor. To catch up on Capitol Hill, go to caphillseries.com. You can also follow the series on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.
Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies
The fabulous film critic reviews A Christmas Carol (1951) starring Alistair Sim as Ebenezer Scrooge. For more TOQ, subscribe to his YouTube channel. You can also become a fan on Facebook and follow Steve on Twitter.