Eddie Klein and his friends groaned at HBO’s “Looking” and responded with this parody of the famous TV series.
Courtney Act pokes fun at the men of West Hollywood with “Mean Gays,” her new pop single.
One of the most watched gay web series in the world, The Horizon weaves a story of love and friendship (and drag!) in Sydney, Australia.
Tough Love, a sitcom about two roommates from New York’s third-coolest borough. She’s a train wreck lesbian in denial, and he’s her uptight GBF.
Twenty Five, a web series following three young twenty-five-year-olds in New York City.
LOGO legitimized gay life as a TV subject. But YouTube and Vimeo have sparked a second gay video liberation. Now gay TV has gone viral, with a wide range of choices and quality. WEHOville offers some of the best gay web series (comedy and drama), music videos and one-offs online.
From Sebastian La Cause comes “He’s With Me,” a laugh-out-loud series about two friends. Ted is straight. Martin…isn’t. When they meet at Eddie’s wedding and become friends, the ensuing confusion shows how little they all know about being modern day men and how much they know about being there for each other. Read More | View series
Based on the popular blog “The Great Cock Hunt,” Hunting Season follows gay New Yorkers and their straight friends navigating their love and work lives in NYC. A gay “Sex and the City.” Read More | View series
A sexy dramedy series that “follows four friends who are living in New York City ‘in between’ a gay world, whose clichés they don’t relate to, and a straight world they don’t belong to.” Cast includes Michelle Clunie (“Queer as Folk”) and Chase Coleman (“Boardwalk Empire”). Read More | View series
From creators Wesley Taylor (“Smash”) and Mitchell Jarvis comes this dark-comedy series. Starring Taylor as “Jacob Gordon,” an actor who just can’t seem to catch a break between a grueling Broadway industry, his wacky parents and a clingy ex-boyfriend. Includes performances by a slew of Tony Award-winning and -nominated stars. Read More | View series
Follow the comic adventures of Ms. Lewis and Shangela as the show-biz mega-diva mentors the up-and-coming drag performer who lives in the basement apartment of her Hollywood mansion. Read More | View series
Comedy and teen angst, all wrapped into one. Mugs follows Kevin, a high schooler, who gets his first job and becomes more comfortable with his sexuality. Complete with a cute coffee-worker named Charlie and a hilarious cross-dressing housemaid with an excellent accent. Produced and directed by Mckenzie Figueiredo. Read More | View series
Best friends Sam and Alex, both recently single, have found the perfect apartment. But there’s a catch: they have to convince their neighbors that they’re a couple to keep it. Featured exclusively on OML tello: The Lesbian Media Site. View the trailer
“The 3 Bits” follows three siblings — Henry, Roman and Madison Bits — as they muck things up. The web series is made independently in Brooklyn and streamed everywhere. You’ll enjoy the three episode arcs for each sibling: Henry’s, about two young gays who don’t have a clue between them; Roman’s, a lesbian crime drama, and Madison’s, a “mommy blog on crack.” Created by Max Freeman and Margaret Singer. Read More | View series
A new comedy series about four “hopelessly single” friends in New York – Bryce, Daisy, Martin and Victoria – who all belong to a dating support group. Starring Chad Kimball (“Memphis”) as Bryce, a gay casting agent, and Gideon Glick (“it could be worse”) as Todd, a temp at his agency. Written and directed by Kieran Turner. Read More | View series
By FIFTY2&NINE comes an LGBT-themed web series about the complexities of relationships. Set in New York City, “Conversations with My Ex” focuses on three ex-couples (one gay, one straight and one lesbian) and their varying levels of modern interconnectedness. Featured exclusively on Gwist TV. Read More | View series
Gossip Boy follows Jairus, recently turned 18, starting his life as a young gay man, and Mat, a 39-year-old who’s dealing with a recent breakup. A gay series that is both intense and sweet. Read More | View series
Sebastian La Cause’s first series, a 2013 Webby Award Honoree and winner of three Indie Soap Awards. “Hustling” follows Ryan Crosby (La Cause), “a sex-worker who realizes he wants more from life when he turns 40. His path to transformation is filled with peculiar situations, sex romps and reminders of the life he’s trying to leave behind.” Read More | View series
Male Gays is a new web docu-series brought to you by director Blake Pruitt featuring young gay men sharing their experiences and opinions on queer life in a series of frank interviews. Read More | View series
Another crowd-funded hit from writer-director Adam Goldman (The Outs). Whatever this is. follows Sam (Hunter Canning) and Ari (Dylan Marron), two production assistants in New York, and Lisa (Madeline Wise), Sam’s girlfriend. Read More | View series
Gay singer-songwriter, Anthony Starble, presents a candid take on the relationship between a gay man and his father. Set in a boxing rink, Starble’s touching song gives us an angst-ridden look at what it’s like to fight a father on being “different.” Read more | View the video
Gay celebrity and Gossipmonger star, Cheyenne Jackson, brings one of his first music videos, a gay dance video about getting over your ex. Catchy song, cute dancers, and Cheyenne Jackson? We’re in. Find out more | View the video
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 top three contestant, Courtney Act, releases a fun video about the “Mean Gays” of West Hollywood. Packed with hot boys, injection tans and protein powder. Find out more | View the video
Out singer/songwriter, Eli Lieb, has been somewhat of a Youtube star as of late. “Young Love” put him on the map with its feel-good attitude and unapologetic subject of two gay boys in love. Starring Aaron Milo. Read more | View the video
Great Caeser releases “Don’t Ask Me Why” music video for MLK Day that features three interwoven stories of racism, homophobia and intolerance. It completely blows us away, and it’ll do it to you too. Read more | View the video
Back from his world tour, Davey Wavey enlists the help of London barbershop quartet, Short, Back and Sides, to present a video of his thousands of fans signing a letter of support for Russian anti-gay victims. Find out more | View the video
The first gay country singer to hit it big time and one of Out’s 2013 OUT100. Steve Grand is a cute taste of country that you’ve been dying to watch. Check out the video that made him a star. Find out more | View the video
WehoLife’s short biographical video about the life of Desiree Jade Sol of West Hollywood. Sol is active in the trans community and in civic affairs. She serves on WeHo’s Public Safety Commission, and state Assemblymember Richard Bloom named her the 2014 Woman of the Year for the 50th Assembly District. Read More & View the Video
Did you know Tyler Oakley is in WeHo now? The popular Youtube-er went to London last September to visit two other famous vloggers, Jack and Finn, and teach them the language of the gays. See More | View the movie