Second season of HBO's 'Looking' debuts Jan. 11
The second season of the gay-themed HBO series Looking debuts Sunday, Jan. 11, at 9 p.m. CT.
The series focuses on the lives of three friends in San Francisco. The poster's tagline is "There's more out there." The show stars Jonathan Groff as video-game designer Patrick Murray; Frankie J. Alvarez as an artist's assistant; and Murray Bartlett, a sommelier who's on the cusp of 40. The main cast also includes Lauren Weedman, Raul Castillo and Russell Tovey.
Also, the first season of Looking is out on Blu-Ray and Digital HD. Among the special features are six audio commentaries with the cast and crew.
A recent interview with Castillo is at Article Link Here .
'Dudes' releases first season
The first season of the "post-gay" Web series Dudes is currently available at dudestheshow.com.
Created and written by Andrew Pemberton-Fowler and directed by Brett Emanuel, Dudes centers around David Aronson ( Ben Burke ); his ex-boyfriend, Tyler Linn ( Shaun Baer ); and David's roommate, Miles Sullivan ( Brian Greer ), as they navigate sex, life, and love as on the other side of being 30.
Many exterior scenes in episodes 102, 103, 104 and 105 were shot on location in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood during June 2014. Other shooting locations for season one include Lake Shore Park, A. Montgomery Ward Park, Printer's Row and Lake Shore East Park.