Friends and Benefits, Samesame: Written and produced by young filmmaker Christopher Kam, Friends and Benefits sees newly-dumped 21-year-old uni student Ben enter the spooky world of internet dating.
Luckily, the handsome but naïve singleton has his three best friends, Calvin, Max and Sophie to help him through his online adventures.
“ is a distinctly new and unique production bringing to life strong female characters with the right balance of action, comedy, and diversity” — website.
Bloomers, Boys Who Brunch, Boystown, Boystown, Toronto-set series about three friends searching for sex and love.
), and particularly Sarah Warn, who did a fantastic job of curating and promoting lesbian-oriented series.
Life at sixteen is fraught and fertile for drama,” said writer Susan Miller, a veteran of shines a light on identity – coming to terms with who we are as gays, African Americans, women, and citizens of the world.” Winner of Webby, Streamy and WGA awards. Anything Beau’s, 43, Tanner1964 Bad Date, Date Oz **The Battery’s Down, musical theater fans, a series from creator Jake Wilson about “a young actor’s struggle to make it big in the Big Apple.” Lead is straight, but should be of interest to gays.
Gay Town, **Gay Xample, humorous Barcelona-set Spanish-language soap (subtitled in nine languages) about a group of gay, lesbian and straight people dealing with personal and professional struggles. , A mock reality show about a duo who stage “interventions” aimed at getting closeted people to accept their presumed homosexuality. Girl Play, Play TV Lesbians in New Orleans deal with life and love. , popular lesbian web series with alums fromfollowing the exploits of a group of bad-girls/small time criminals.
The series begins when the main character’s nephew arrives to the city for the first time only to discover his uncle is gay. Girl/Girl Scene, Way TV (creator: Tom Gregory), H. , “This satiric series centers around a conflicted young man who joins HA (Homosexuals Anonymous), a program to help Christian men and women overcome the gay lifestyle.
With a bevy of appearances by Allison Janney, Whoopi Goldberg, Jonathan Groff, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Matthew Morrison, Cheyenne Jackson, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, and more Broadway and Hollywood faves.
**The Better Half, misadventures of a couple who are trying to spice up their relationship.