Where The Gays Are: 8 Queer Web Series You Should Be Watching

In case you missed premiere this week Hunting Season is fashioned after the popular blog “The Great Cock Hunt” and centers on young, handsome and frequently shirtless New Yorker Alex (Ben Baur), who writes for Gawker by day and chronicles his sexual exploits by night on his widely read blog.

The plan was to livestream the first three 10-12 minute unedited episodes over on HuntingSeason.tv but the site succumbed to technical glitches. (The first three episodes are, however, still available on Logo’s website.) Moving forward, the producers plan to debut a new show each Wednesday for the next five weeks. And unlike the Logo version, all the naughty parts won’t be blurred out.

By the way, Hunting Season has managed to line up some real creative powerhouses: The show is being produced by Jon Marcus (Party Monster, The Safety of Objects), co-written with Butt editor and short-film pro Adam Baran, and executive produced by The L Word’s Rose Troche.

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and a newly out baseballer make it work in Hustbands?


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  • magsmagenta

    Husbands is brilliant, Brad Bell especially is a brilliant comedian and a pretty good actor too, I also love his you-tube channel where he puts his comedy sketches and general thoughts. It’s really a shame all the sitcom makers aren’t beating a path to his door.
    Sometimes he reminds me of the UK comedian Kenny Everett who was a big part of my teenage years and sadly passed on from aids soon after Freddie Mercury.


  • stan22ky

    what is the link to watch The Outs


    @stan22ky: You can see that on YouTube;

  • stan22ky

    @KARUADAM: what is the youtube channel

  • brian867

    I’m SO in love with the internet age of media…

    Not only were these shows better than I was expected, but they really bring to the forefront how starved we are for complex, varied, and realistic gay characters on tv.

    Even the cartoon-cutout characters featured here feel more fleshed-out than the upper-middle class, white, sanitized, theater queens and/or suit-and-tie professionals that we’re served again and again by the networks. Probably because these are mainly people representing their own lives. I would have loved to have grown up in an era of such democratic representation of queer images. Way to go guys!

    Would love to see an equivalent line up for queer ladies, or even *gasp* a complex bisexual character or two.

  • pcfreeloader1

    Hunting Season is fantastic…just watched the 1st 3 episodes…had to buy the downloads!

  • Boudicca

    What about Between Women? Awesome show about queer women in Atlanta!

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