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Check Out 'The Outs,' A New Web Series About Gay Life In New York

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New York-based filmmaker Adam Goldman recently unveiled the first installment of The Outs, a six-part web series about a gay man and his friends trying to find work, happiness and, yes, sex here in the Big Apple.

I just checked out the first episode of the Kickstarter-funded series per a friend's recommendation and am already hooked. I think you will be, too. I've included the first episode AFTER THE JUMP. You can learn more about Mr. G and the series at The Outs' website.

Watch the first installment of The Outs, AFTER THE JUMP, but be aware that the language is NSFW.

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  1. Super cute. Nice work, boys.

    Posted by: Robbie | May 24, 2012 6:57:47 PM


  2. I would totally watch the hell out of this!! Great script, engaging actors. :-)

    Posted by: Daniel | May 24, 2012 7:02:26 PM


  3. looks good, Ill definitely watch

    Posted by: DrJWL | May 24, 2012 7:08:38 PM


  4. Dear Logo,

    Original programming like THIS would've made you the network I and so many others hoped you would be. That is all.

    Posted by: PJ | May 24, 2012 7:16:48 PM


  5. Awesome, I need a new Soap Opera. I miss "All My Children"

    Posted by: John Normile | May 24, 2012 7:29:29 PM


  6. @PJ i totally want to tweet your comment and pretend it was my own. I won't though.

    Posted by: Charles | May 24, 2012 8:41:20 PM


  7. It is pretty good - and episode #2 is already on the official website, www.theouts.tv.

    Posted by: Dave in NYC | May 24, 2012 9:20:41 PM


  8. Loved the two episodes online. Wish there were a couple dozen so I could become obsessed. Hopefully this show gets picked up and supported financially. Gay entertainment would be way better off with more like this.

    Posted by: Mike | May 24, 2012 10:16:09 PM


  9. Destination oblivion for all of it.

    Posted by: UFFDA | May 25, 2012 1:24:19 AM


  10. This is good - not "okay for internet amateur hour" good (which is what I was expecting), but actually good. It looks professional, the actors are convincing, and the script is smart.

    Posted by: Prof Sancho Panza | May 25, 2012 2:19:52 AM


  11. loved it!

    Posted by: Christian | May 25, 2012 2:32:37 AM


  12. i love this! logo sucks with their programming.

    Posted by: gc | May 25, 2012 4:08:25 AM


  13. Anyone wanna guess why I was hot to move out of New York and back to California 30 years ago?

    Posted by: Bob | May 25, 2012 4:26:29 AM


  14. this is just what i needed after making out with a 'straight' guy tonight who said he was trying to help me see something that i'm not used too....ugh COLLEGE towns....

    can't wait to move to a city!

    ~

    Posted by: Patrick | May 25, 2012 4:35:11 AM


  15. While I like the show, i'm surprised by comments indicating "wanting to move" to new york for it's men. First off, they make is pretty clear that new york is a "single's city", with so many men, so much pressure with jobs/apartments/financial planning, i'd say every 1 out of 15 gay men in new york is looking for a relationship, even if they are, then it's like, where do you live? their are more deal breakers here than any place i've ever been.

    Posted by: nick | May 25, 2012 10:33:39 AM


  16. Enjoyed the show, but apparently these are the richest twenty somethings in the entire city. Nobody has apartments as portrayed here. The second episode had one with a dining room table seemingly! With flowers!

    Posted by: J | May 25, 2012 10:40:08 AM


  17. Just finished watching episode 2 and I am hooked. Very clever writing and the characters are really growing on me just after two episodes. Looking forward to the next one!

    Posted by: MattS | May 25, 2012 10:51:58 AM


  18. i would date that dork SO HARD. he is a DREAMBOAT

    Posted by: adam | May 25, 2012 11:39:30 AM


  19. by the time it got to the Lone Gay Man smoking pot while listening to Erik Satie on vinyl, i puked

    Posted by: RW | May 25, 2012 1:56:46 PM


  20. @RW: Did you get to the end of the video? That's kinda the point.

    Posted by: M | May 25, 2012 2:41:41 PM


  21. AT LAST! An anecdote to the deplorable "A-List" on LOGO. Real people and much closer to Gay (and straight) in New York as I remember it. The "A-List" guys were a bunch of real bitches about whom I could care less. The Outs Tv episodes are great! Love these people.

    Posted by: DakotaJ | May 25, 2012 3:15:12 PM


  22. Oh hey look another New York-based show.

    Surprise surprise.

    Posted by: Stuart | May 25, 2012 5:02:10 PM


  23. That guy looks like Moe from The Simpsons.

    Posted by: PDX Guy | May 25, 2012 6:17:43 PM


  24. wow another show about annoying self-absorbed gay hipsters creating art and finding love in NY while saying trite cloying lines that they think are witty. "My life is so hard! I only get $1000 a month from my parents!" I endured about 80 seconds and that was enough. Blech.

    Posted by: Q | May 25, 2012 11:15:57 PM


  25. The guy with an island in his kitchen and a dining room table obviously lives in Brooklyn.

    Posted by: Michae | May 26, 2012 1:32:56 AM


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