The latest installment of "The Outs," the hot new web series about gay life in the Big Apple, has arrived.
New York City-based writer-director-actor Adam Goldman -- who previously described the series as "a story about big relationships, the ones that really define people, and what happens when they fall apart, and how that can change someone" -- believes the show's most recent episode, "Moon River," is the best one yet. (WARNING: footage might not be suitable for work)
"I wanted a character-driven comedy with heart about gay men," Goldman told HuffPost Gay Voices in May. "I love Mitch and Cam on 'Modern Family,' but those aren’t my people. I don’t live in California and I don’t have a baby. And I never went to clown school."
"The Outs" creative team shoots in and around Brooklyn and features a soundtrack by local musicians and bands. As Goldman also tell us, the entire series is crowd-funded, so if you like what you see, you can contribute to the production of 'The Outs" via their Kickstarter campaign here.
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