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It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for. The second Russell Tovey made his debut on Looking, viewers have been anticipating the eventual hookup between Jonathan Groff and Tovey. The sexual tension between the two was beyond palpable. Last night, it came to fruition in the restroom of all places #suchagaycliche ;)

It’ll be interesting where the writers take this. Both Groff and Tovey have respective boyfriends. With Tovey and Raul Castillo being promoted to series regulars for Looking‘s second season, neither are going away anytime soon. I’m torn on who Groff’s Patrick character should end up with. Both his love interests are extremely attractive. Who do you think he should choose? Sound off below, after reliving the kiss.

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HBO Renews Looking For Second Season

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Hell yeah. Despite being only modestly-rated, HBO has given the thumbs for a second season of Looking. I’m glad the network has faith in the show. It’s a slow burn for sure but definitely is coming into its own as each episode airs. This past Sunday, the San Francisco-based show hit a series high of 749,000 viewers. It averages roughly about 2 million viewers per episode when DVR and all repeats are included.

find out who’s been promoted after the jump


From the guy who brought you Beavis and Butt-Head and Office Space comes a new comedy set in the San Francisco Bay Area. Silicon Valley is a new half-hour series premiering on April 6 on HBO. The network sure has a hard-on with all things Bay-related as of late, don’t they?

The Mike Judge-created series centers around six programmers who are living together and trying to make it big in the competitive tech world. The show stars T.J. Miller, Thomas Middleditch, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, Josh Brener, Christopher Evan Welch and Amanda Crew. Check out the first teaser trailer below.

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On the next episode of Looking, Jonathan Groff’s character checks out San Francisco’s infamous Folsom Street Fair. It’s the episode we’ve all been waiting for. I know I have. The second photos of Groff wearing leather and barely anything else surfaced online, I knew I had to check it out.

While reception to HBO’s new gay series has been mixed, I’m a fan. I agree it started slow, but it’s picking up, especially with the introduction of Scott Bakula and Russell Tovey’s character. The former’s friendship with Murray Bartlett’s Dom should provide for some great moments, and the latter’s sexual tension with Groff is going to lead to some steamy scenes. I guarantee.

If you’ve read horrible reviews or weren’t impressed with the pilot, I recommend giving it another shot. Keep in mind Sex and the City wasn’t all that great during its freshman season. At the very least, the music featured at the end of every episode is something I always find myself Shazam’ing. Check out two clips from Looking’s fourth episode below.

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The other day, Miguel’s contribution for Girls Volume 2: All Adventurous Women Do surfaced. Today, we have a previously unreleased gem from Lily Allen. The British pop-songstress obsesses over her man on “L8 CMMR.” Contributing to the HBO series was a no-brainer for Lily. Here’s what she told Rolling Stone about her involvement.

“I think the show is brilliant, so it was more or less a no brainer for me,” Lily Allen tells Rolling Stone. “Greg Kurstin, who produced and co-wrote this track with me, played a few of the new tracks for a friend of his who works on the show. Apparently [music supervisor Manish Raval] loved the songs, and later came back to Greg asking if he could include one of the tracks in an episode.”

If you’re a fan of Allen, you’ll love the new song. Based on the tracks released by Jenny Lewis, Miguel and Lily Allen, the second Girls soundtrack is shaping to be a fantastic compilation. Check out Lily’s latest below.

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Welcome to the Castro, bitch!!! Did you watch HBO’s highly-anticipated new series Looking on Sunday night? I did and invited a few friends over to catch the premiere and also to show off Brian and my new dog. I’ll discuss the latter in greater detail on another post.

While I was hoping more Sex and the City than Girls, I quite enjoyed the first episode. I’ll reserve full judgement until a few more episodes air, but I’m highly optimistic. It’s by far the realest depiction of contemporary gay life I’ve ever seen on television. In the premiere alone, there was some cruising, a couple opening up to a threesome for the first time, a quick sad cold hand job and a horrible first date. The way the three main characters played by Frankie Alvarez, Murray Bartlett and Jonathan Groff recounted their adventures reminded me of how many within my group of friends interact and communicate. Loved Queer As Folk, but it was too campy and outrageous at times.

Rather than give a recap of the show, I wanted to know your initial thoughts on it? Did Andrew Haigh’s take on modern-day gay life resonate with you? Or was it just perpetuating more stereotypes about our community. Which character was your favorite and least favorite. I’m really loving Groff’s Patrick character the most so far. Having said that, I think once Bartlett’s character is flushed more, he’ll be the one to watch. I can’t wait for Russell Tovey’s debut on the show, coming soon. Weigh in below.

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True Blood Finds Luke Grimes’ Replacement

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Luke Grimes debuted as sexy vampire James on last season’s True Blood. A few weeks ago, the actor revealed he left the supernatural series over creative differences. The HBO show decided to recast the role instead of writing off James. Grimes’ replacement comes in the form of Aussie actor Nathan Parsons.

The 25-year-old is best known for his daytime work in General Hospital. He’s also a recurring character on ABC Family’s Bunheads. For all you lovers of homoerotic films, Parson starred in one of David DeCoteau’s sexy horror offerings, The Brotherhood V. Just like the rest of DeCoteau’s films, it features very little plot and plenty of shirtless hot guys. I suggest putting it on mute to really enjoy the film ;) Check out True Blood‘s newest addition below.

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Meet The Characters Of HBO’s Looking

In: Donovan, Music

We’re less than a week away from the highly-anticipated premiere of HBO’s new gay series Looking. I personally can’t wait for what looks to be Queer as Folk meets Sex and the City with a dash of Girls. It makes its debut January 19.

The network recently released a “Character Spot,” giving viewers a better look at the main characters played by Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett. While Groff is the marquee name of the group, I predict Bartlett will be the breakout star of this show. It’s a shame his real-life accent isn’t incorporated because it’s beyond sexy. Get to know the guys below.

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