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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Web Series Worth Watching: The Series Finale of Hustling

Web Series of the Week: Hustling
This sexy dramedy about Ryan Crosby, an adult film star/escort trying to change his life, has come to an end after three entertaining seasons. I must thank creator and star Sebastian La Cause and his über-talented cast for taking me on such a wild and wonderful ride. It's been great fun getting to know the many fascinating characters of Hustling, and I will miss them. I also cannot wait to see what Mr. La Cause does next - but I'm sure it will be worth watching.

To catch up on Hustling, go to or subscribe to its YouTube Channel. You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

Ave 43
In the latest episode of this deliciously twisted soap opera, Debbie gets some bad news, while Mike confronts Walter about his affair. If you haven't watched Ave 43 before, I highly recommend that you begin with Episode 1 on its YouTube channel. You can also become a fan of the series on Facebook.

Dating Dave
Created by and starring Kyle Blitch, this new (and mostly improvised) gay series follows Dave Denver, a sassy 25-year-old gay man in L.A., and his endless ferris wheel of bad dates. The first episode made me laugh, so I recommend that you check it out. You can follow Dating Dave at as well as on Twitter and Facebook.

Until the second season of this groovy gay series is ready to go, creator Kit Williamson has come up with a unique way to continue the show - by turning it into a web comic! Here is what Williamson has to say about the comic: "I have always loved comic books and graphic novels and I am so excited to continue this story in a new medium. I've already written the second season of EastSiders and the comic will serve as both a stand-alone story and a bridge connecting the two seasons. I'm so grateful to our Kickstarter backers for making it possible for us to explore the characters in this way, while we work on making the second season a reality."

With artwork by Aman Chaudhary, the first installment debuted this week on, and subsequent pages will be featured on Mondays and Thursdays through April 28. For more information, follow EastSiders on Facebook and Twitter.

GAYS: The Series
Created by Peter William Dunn, this new dramedy is about four 20-something gay best friends navigating the tumultuous terrain of NYC. The first two episodes - which you can watch below - introduce us to waiter and aspiring photographer Huxley (played by Dunn) who becomes acquainted with Parker, a self-absorbed Hollywood actor. Meanwhile, in the show's darkest storyline, Huxley's roommate Jackson receives some very bad news. The young cast of GAYS is certainly cute and talented, but it's comedian Lynne Koplitz as Olivia, the bitchy new boss of a gay non-profit, who steals the show. For more information on GAYS, go to You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.

Not Looking
In the latest episode of this hilarious gay web series, Danton (the fabulous Drew Droege) goes on a bad date and later meets someone new. For more Not Looking, click here. You can also follow the series on Twitter.

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