GAYS: The Series is about four twenty something gay best friends navigating the tumultuous terrain of NYC. Huxley, a quick witted waiter and aspiring photographer. Ben, an attractive ...
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GAYS: The Series is about four twenty something gay best friends navigating the tumultuous terrain of NYC. Huxley, a quick witted waiter and aspiring photographer. Ben, an attractive introvert who works for a gay non-profit. Jackson, a promiscuous overgrown rich kid. And Cameron, a dramatic drag queen with a love for old Hollywood. In this city you always have to look out for yourself; but the little lies, mini compromises and secrets they keep could derail their dreams and destroy their happiness.Written by
One of the best gay web series out there, up there with Adam Goldman's two series. Peter William Dunn is extremely appealing as Huxley, and the various story lines make for an intriguing and beguiling mix with nice cliff-hanger endings to episodes. Of course it is a soap opera really, but a juicy one with characters that you root for and situations that are outside the ordinary but not unrealistic, and a nice balance of humor to drama. And it's truly refreshing to have the main character be a black gay man - the series may not focus much on racial issues but doesn't ignore them either. It also has high production values that put it above other web series along with much of the acting. (My only complaint was the wait for some episodes, which is a credit to the series really).
Looking forward to season 2!
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