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The Episode 6 Finale of 'The Outs' is Here, Plus a Brief Talk with Creator Adam Goldman: VIDEO


"Significant Others", the final episode in The Outs, Adam Goldman's web series about gay life in NYC, has hit the web.

If you haven't been following this six-episode, Kickstarter-funded serial, here are Episode 1, Episode 2Episode 3, Episode 4, and Episode 5 which you may want to watch first.

Watch Episode 6, AFTER THE JUMP...

GoldmanI spoke with Goldman today and asked him a few questions, which he kindly answered.

What's next for the series?

"We'll be shooting The Outs Chanukah Special over the next few months, which will be sort of a capstone on the series. It'll let us check in on the characters a little ways down the line, revisit some things and tie up a few loose ends. We also have an event at the Brooklyn Museum on the horizon for early next year and we'll be talking more about that in the near future."

I also asked if he had entertained any offers for the series from television networks, what's next on his plate, and what, if any, surprises he encountered filming his first web series:

I think one thing I've learned in making the show - and you can file this under biggest surprise, too - is that people really want something like this, and they're not getting it anywhere else. When we started, we didn't know if we'd be able to make more than just our first episode, both for financial reasons and because we weren't sure if anyone would be interested in the story we wanted to tell.

I think it's about time that something like The Outs found its way onto television. If it's not us, it'll be someone else, and since we're already in this space and doing something that people are responding to, we would obviously be happy (and honored) to be the people telling this story to a television audience.

There are other projects that we (myself and the Outs creative team) are discussing at the moment. I'm writing a pilot (for TV) and there are a couple of web-based projects in the works that we'd like to develop. Staying online allows a lot of versatility in terms of content/format that you don't get in other mediums and that's very appealing, even if nobody has figured out how to make a living staying online just yet.

Watch Episode 6, AFTER THE JUMP...

The Outs: Significant Others from The Outs on Vimeo.


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  1. I really enjoyed the series overall. All the silly fighting got kind of old in the last couple episodes though. Una was a jerk the whole time so I don't know why Mitchell all the sudden decided to be bothered by it in the last episode. And Mitchell and Jack were having a cute moment and getting along really well in one episode when they were waking up and then Mitchell gets all pissed off because Jack didn't seem super excited to go to Una's house. Well I wouldn't want to go to her house either. She is a pain.

    Posted by: David | Nov 22, 2012 8:30:12 PM

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    Posted by: gauja | Nov 23, 2012 2:46:59 PM

  3. A genuinely refreshing show that I for one hope to see more of.

    I liked that unlike so many gay themed movies and the web series Hunting Season, this show wasn't all about how much skin they could display. Too many projects set out to be the gay sex and the city.

    I liked that it's characters were flawed and not everyone got a neat and happy ending. While some scenarios may be a bit contrived, it was a welcome relief for some of the scenes that were hitting a bit too close to home.

    Overall a very smart, funny, and heartfelt show that might not appeal to everyone but is better for not playing to the lowest common denominator.

    Posted by: Krrosand | Nov 24, 2012 10:47:19 AM

  4. Love the series. Sad to see it ending and will be looking out for stuff from the actors and writers.

    Posted by: Brian in Texas | Nov 24, 2012 1:05:39 PM

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    Posted by: uldons | Nov 24, 2012 3:26:59 PM

  6. Okay so the acting is not exactly stellar (can't they find straight-acting men to be Oona's boyfriends?), but I find the inter-character relations to be refreshing. I didn't like Jack at first but in the end he's my favorite one. The ending between Mitchell and Jack was also sweet, and I'm still rooting for the new boyfriend, too. Everything about the show is not traditional, not even great, but it has definitely grown on me. Congratulations, I'm going to miss the series. *From an Indonesian fan*

    Posted by: darkorient | Nov 24, 2012 11:17:25 PM

  7. I'll miss this show. Well done, guys.

    Posted by: Joe | Nov 27, 2012 1:49:29 PM

  8. Awesome. Loved the ending. But I want more, I need more, I deserve more.
    Thaks heaps.

    Posted by: duncan spence | Mar 8, 2013 2:33:47 PM

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