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Treading Yesterday 

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If there were a way to go back and correct the one thing you've come to regret most in life, would you, could you, should you? Eric's already decided, he just didn't tell anyone.




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Series cast summary:
Mili Rakic Mili Rakic ...  Eric Knox 8 episodes, 2016
Kai Morgan ...  Christian O'neil 8 episodes, 2016
Liam Silbernagel ...  Will Morgan 8 episodes, 2016
Sean Bowe Sean Bowe ...  Aaron Katz 8 episodes, 2016
Jax Buresh Jax Buresh ...  Robert Fox 8 episodes, 2016
Carlos Clemenz ...  Alex Ibarra 8 episodes, 2016
Kyle Patrick Darling ...  Jerry Gardener 8 episodes, 2016
Raphael Dirani ...  Aiden Santos 8 episodes, 2016
Mark Anthony Petrucelli ...  Frank Vitale 8 episodes, 2016
John Reed II John Reed II ...  Elicious Taylor 8 episodes, 2016
Patrick Reilly ...  Luke Caro 8 episodes, 2016
Steven Scholz ...  Andrew Bois 8 episodes, 2016
Braxton Tomecek Braxton Tomecek ...  Mark Jefferies 8 episodes, 2016
Jonathan Verd ...  Alan Price 8 episodes, 2016
A.B. Cassidy ...  Carol Hayes 7 episodes
Kyla Sylvers Kyla Sylvers ...  Patrice Hamilton 7 episodes
Kingsley Uwode ...  Barry Alcott 7 episodes
Katie Freeman Katie Freeman ...  Kayla Jacobs 3 episodes
Al Medina Al Medina ...  Joe 2 episodes, 2016


If there were a way to go back and correct the one thing you've come to regret most in life, would you, could you, should you? Eric's already decided, he just didn't tell anyone.

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An engaging, most likely binge-worthy series
13 November 2017 | by hlc-cicffSee all my reviews

Craig Bettendorf's "Treading Yesterday" explores the world of a close-knit group of gay men who have been friends since the late 1980s. Bettendorf develops his characters just enough in the first episode to entice us into wanting to know more about them. For those who have watched the ground-breaking Showtime series, "Queer as Folk", they will find that "Treading Yesterday" covers many of the same themes, but with a fresh plot twist and the hope of being something more than mere entertainment.

In the first episode, we meet the main character, Erica middle-aged gay man living in 21st Century America. Eric is the narrator of the show, filling in the gaps for us. You could say he has a charmed life; good looks, aging well, and his husband Aiden is equally as attractive and successful. They have a close-knit group of friends who have been together since the 1980s when living a queer lifestyle was dangerous and unacceptable. Their friendship began at a point in history when the demonization of their culture was the norm. Together they built a community and survived during a time when fear manipulated political agendas. The group became like family, forming deep bonds through the years of struggle. Considering how well things appear to be going now, in 2015, it isn't surprising that Aiden doesn't notice his partner's discontent. Eric's existential crisis isn't apparent from his outward appearance, but there is an unrest bubbling beneath the surface. Middle-age is quickly approaching, and the pressure within the gay community to stay in shape, maintain a successful career and the need to set a precedence for what a good marriage looks like, is all beginning to take its toll.

Bettendorf juxtaposes life after much of the fight for gay civil rights has been won, with the hard truth of what it took to get to where the community is today. The story starts with a snapshot of the present then catapults us into Eric's past, as the plot takes an unexpected turn. After a night of celebration, Eric wakes up and realizes that he has somehow returned to1988. As the logline suggests, once he realizes where he is, Eric sets out on a quest. This dual time-period premise is going to work well for the series. Approaching the story by illustrating the differences between the past and present sheds light on the challenges that still exist within the LBGTQ community.

Most of the audience should be able to relate to the characters on some level, realizing that so much of what life throws at us is part of the human experience. All people want love, thrive on friendship and seek to find personal fulfillment. Building empathy by finding common ground with the audience gives Bettendorf the opportunity to shed light on the oppression that still exists for this segment of society, without appearing to be preaching from a soapbox. In this way, entertainment leads to a dialog about intolerance.

"Treading Yesterday" promises to be an engaging, most likely binge-worthy series. By the end of Episode 1, we feel invested in the lives of Bettendorf's characters and need answers to our questions about the mysterious newcomer, Will.

Make sure to watch the piolet all the way through to the end of the credits to see what lies ahead.

Helen Wheels/Cult Critic/CICFF

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