Last year, we told you about the sketch comedy show turned web series Go-Go Boy Interrupted created by actor/writer Jimmy Fowlie that follows a West Hollywood go-go boy who finds himself aged out of dancing on a box after he hits the big 3-0. Now, the series is back and seeking funding for a second season on Kickstarter.
After the show’s successful first season, the creative minds behind the show, which include Fowlie, co-star Brian Jordan Alvarez and director Jordan Black, began shopping the show to TV networks. While that process continues, they wanted to create more online episodes to thank the show’s fans for their support. The second season will follow go-go Danny (Fowlie) as he tries just about everything he hasn’t already, including porn, dating, and even listening to NPR.
The second season will also see the return of season 1 cast members Drew Droege and Lynn Stewart along with new additions such as Heather Morris (Glee), Scott Evans (One Life to Live), Briga Heelan (Cougar Town), Chris Riggi (Gossip Girl), Willam Belli, Fortune Feimster (Chelsea Lately), Broadway’s Nick Adams, and Karen Maruyama (Arrested Development).
From what we can tell the second season promises even more irreverent and raunchy humor than the first, not to mention more than enough eye candy to give you some cravings (e.g. below).
Check out the (slightly work-unfriendly) Kickstarter pitch below and visit the show’s Kickstarter page HERE to lend your support.