Vote for your favorite Dish of the Day

Make Your Own Groovy Music Playlist for 1986

Battle of the Broadway Stars #35: 1979-80 Season

10 Groovy Things to Do in October

Revisit Port Charles' Deep Freeze of '81
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Web Series Worth Watching: John Halbach in Wallflowers

Web Series of the Week: Wallflowers
This engaging comedy about a NYC support group for the dating-challenged continues with another fun and frisky episode, in which Bryce and his new love interest, Alex, get a bit physical at the former's casting agency. Actors Patch Darragh and John Halbach have great chemistry as Bryce and Alex, so I'm hoping their romantic relationship will last. I also enjoyed the performances of cute newcomer Daniel Abeles (as the "fresh meat" for a receptionist job), Jillian Louis (as snarky casting assistant Becca) and the always amusing Christianne Tisdale (as supportive group leader Janice). Any series that makes me laugh AND care about its characters will receive a rave review from me, and Wallflowers - under the expert guidance of creator Kieran Turner - certainly deserves one for its thoroughly entertaining (and very gay) second season.

To catch up on Wallflowers, go to You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.

PLEASE NOTE: The next Web Series Worth Watching will be on Sunday, May 11.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

Ave 43
Keith gets Irene fired in the latest episode of this deliciously twisted soap opera. 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 on Facebook.

The Boys Who Brunch
In the latest episode of this gay web series, Mason bumps into a guy and receives an invitation. For more Boys, go to You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.

Pride: The Series
Created by Dorell Anthony, this new gay web series revolves around four people in New York City who are connected by blood, friendship, sex and love in a classic battle of good versus evil. In "The Prologue" (pilot episode), Kai (played by Anthony) arrives home to find his roommate throwing a Pride party, which does not go well. For more information about Pride, go to You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.

No comments: