The Top 10 Gay Web Series On YouTube

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rukkle knows you’re bored of watching your regular mainstream television programming.

We’ve created a list of gay web series featuring gay, lesbians, bears, queers, and more.

rukkle can relate to the frustration with the lack of gay representation seen on tv today. Thankfully, there’s a number of gay web series to help fill the void. Here’s our list of 10 gay web series for you to check out. Some have recently been released and others are already on their 2nd and 3rd seasons.

 

Whoa, Dude

Gay Web Series, Whoa, Dude

Jonny McGovern has created a show in the vein of Tosh.0. Each episode features homoerotic viral vids that will cause viewers to stop and say, “Whoa, Dude!” Beware though, the show can be NSFW at times.

McGovern announced the show’s premiere on Twitter,

Check out the show’s first episode available on YouTube below.

 

Twenty Five

Gay Web Series, Twenty Five

Josh Duboff has written Twenty Five that was recently nominated for four Indie Series Awards including Best Web Series. The show features 3 high school friends that reconnect in New York City two years after college.  The first season features 4 episodes.

They encourage you to binge watch the show today,

 

Watch the first episode of Twenty Five on Vimeo below.

Source: Towleroad

 

Little Horribles

Gay Web Series, Little Horribles

Little Horribles is a new web series created and starring Amy Rubin that features a single lesbian as she figures out her thirties in Los Angeles.

The show features a lesbian but is suitable for everyone that’s faced life’s humiliations; such as, being caught masturbating in public (yes, you read that right).

Little Horribles is deemed funny enough to be added to Funny or Die’s stable of hilarious shows.

Funny or Die tweeted out,

Watch the 1st episode of gay web series, Little Horribles on YouTube.

 

Where The Bears Are

Gay Web Series, Where The Bears Are

Rick Copp, Joe Dietl and Ben Zook created Where The Bears Are that is currently raising money for its 3rd season.

The show has been described as “Golden Girls” meets “Murder, She Wrote” featuring a bunch of gay and hairy men. It’s been the recipient of Best Gay Web Series awards from both Queerty and afterElton.

Hilarious comic Margaret Cho supports the show,

Watch the season 1 trailer of Where the Bears Are on YouTube.

 

Hunting Season

Gay Web Series, Hunting Season

Do you remember The Great Cock Hunt? Well this show is based on that popular blog-turned-book. Hunting Season follows the sexual adventures of Alex, a columnist who works hard during the day and get raunchy in the evening. This web series is NSFW.

Fans are loving this show, just read this tweet

Watch the first episode of gay web series, Hunting Season on Vimeo.

 

Husbands

Gay Web Series, Husbands

Husbands is produced by Jane Espenson (she’s worked on both Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Battlestar Galatica). Husbands is a funny and heartfelt look at marriage.  The show recently picked up a number of awards at the 2014 International Academy of Web Television awards.  The awards included: Best Comedy Series, Best Male Performance in a Comedy, Best Writing in a Comedy, and Best Ensemble.

They tweeted out their excitement for winning Best Ensemble

Watch the first part of episode 1 of Husbands on Youtube.

 

The Outs

Gay Web Series, The Outs

The Outs follows young gay men in Brooklyn and their adventures in dating. It has a great mix of sharp wit, dark humour, and some drama. The Outs is is created by Adam Goldman.

Their Chanukah episode made the list of The Atlantic’s top episodes of 2013. Goldman tweeted out the news,

Watch gay web series, The Outs, trailer on YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuFj-P4asUA

 

Whatever This Is

Gay Web Series, Whatever This Is

Speaking of Adam Goldman, Whatever This Is, is his latest gay web series that he’s created.

The shows asks the following question,

“how long are you expected to do work that you hate, for pennies, until it becomes something that you love that pays the rent? Is it even possible?”

Watch part 1 of Whatever This Is on Youtube.

 

The 3 Bits

Gay Web Series, The 3 Bits

The 3 Bits is a gay web series that is written and directed by Max Freeman and Margaret Singer.  The episodes are divided up by the three main characters — which are three siblings — so you can see the story unfold from their unique points of view. Two of the sibs are gay, while one is straight.

They’re already facing controversy with one scene featuring someone snorting cocaine off a baby resulted in a call from the actual police.

Freeman explains,

“They were worried that we were endangering a child. [An officer] called and said that he wanted to clarify that it was not a criminal investigation, it was a inquiry. But he repeated this five times and the more he said it, the more I felt like I needed to call a lawyer.”

Watch Roman’s first episode of The 3 Bits on YouTube.

 

Spin The Bottle

Gay Web Series, Spin The Bottle

Spin The Bottle is a gay web series about six friends who talk about love and give dating advice to one another while drinking it up.

The series was created by Matthew Barnard, who describes Spin The Bottle as being…

“about six friends who give each other tips on love, relationships and sex, all while tipsy.”

The show is already in its 3rd season and you can watch the trailer for the trailer for Season 1 on YouTube.

We’ve shared ours, now we’d love to know your favourite gay web series.

 

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24 Responses to The Top 10 Gay Web Series On YouTube

  1. Liki March 7, 2014 at 6:17 pm

    So, no urban/ethnic gay web series were found? There are some amazing and talented diverse lgbt content creators, but it is what it is, I suppose.

    Reply
    • rukkle March 7, 2014 at 6:51 pm

      Hi Liki, Thanks for your comment, as we asked in the final sentence “We’ve shared ours, now we’d love to know your favourite gay web series.”

      Please be sure to add your suggested content creators!

      Reply
      • James Johnson September 24, 2016 at 6:12 am

        As most oblivious fake liberal white people do you missed the point. Diversity should have been in your mind when you made this lily white list not a reader after thought. If you’re leading the discussion I find it tasteless that you failed to make an inclusive effort. But it’s normal for Black gays to be left out of everything is this post racial society.

        Reply
    • rukkle March 7, 2014 at 6:55 pm

      Hi Liki, Thanks for your comment, as we asked in the final sentence “We’ve shared ours, now we’d love to know your favourite gay web series.”

      Please be sure to add your suggested content creators!

      Reply
    • kristen May 18, 2014 at 1:15 am

      I think they went more for budget and mainstream exposure than audience size and demographic..just so happens the color-less still get more exposure in these days and times…no shade. just truth.

      Reply
    • Joe August 23, 2014 at 7:21 pm

      There is a series called Freefall on YouTube. Lamont Pierre, Geno Brooks and the rest of the BOA collective have put together an entertaining urban series.

      Production quality is great for most episodes. The situations make the episodes interesting, but I have to admit, there is a slight disconnect in the delivery of some lines.

      Overall though, it’s a great series. It ventures outside of the gay comedy and gay-queen-centered shows often found on TV and on web.

      Reply
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  3. Michael Angelo June 2, 2014 at 12:56 am

    G & T is a fantastic Italian Web series. The first and most of the second season are on youtube. Italian with subtitles.

    Reply
    • Janis December 15, 2014 at 6:28 am

      I totaly agree. Love G&T. Amazing. My nr.1.

      Reply
    • Chris March 13, 2015 at 1:56 am

      G&T is amazing!!
      Love that show. Can’t wait for season 3

      Reply
  4. Quin June 12, 2014 at 1:09 am

    Gay is only, and only about sex. Prove me wrong. Also, all the finger pointing from those damn Christians, Muslims, Hindus and all that bullshit is really all about thier faillures……..All the religions in the world condone LOVE, not same sex………..Stay safe
    Four things to remember:
    1.Hold on to self, while others try to conform you to thier liking, at your expense.
    2. Learn how to self soothe constructivlely – shopping, sports etc
    3. Don’t react.
    4. Tolerate PAIN for growth.
    Only the Dark One Prevents Truth……..

    Reply
    • Courtney July 5, 2014 at 7:55 am

      Gtfo

      Reply
    • willyktt July 7, 2014 at 10:04 pm

      Yeah, because ‘Straight’ people only get married or have relationships JUST FOR SEX… makes perfect sense

      Reply
  5. Hady920 August 14, 2014 at 4:09 am

    G & T an Italian web series is at the top of my list. Matteo Rocchi is so DAYUM HAWT in it. The story is great. Please go check it out guys. You’ll surely love it like I did.
    Here’s the link if your interested.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNcbhr2Q09k

    Reply
  6. Lucky September 30, 2014 at 2:43 pm

    The BEST Gay web series is from, surprise-surprise, INDONESIA. It is called CONQ, and it has English Subtitles.

    Check it out!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/conqwebseries

    Reply
  7. Cody October 10, 2014 at 1:57 am

    I love WTBA, and Hustling while it lasted.

    Reply
  8. Maddie November 11, 2014 at 3:26 am

    I can’t believe Feminin/Feminin didn’t get a mention! Another webseries 200% worth watching – http://femininfeminin.com/en/episodes/

    Reply
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  10. Txon May 3, 2015 at 1:16 pm

    I would recommend a spanish webseries called ‘HOW I MET THE LUDISOFT GIRL’. Very funny and with english subtitles. Here is the first episode, and it becomes better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO5otBhJuvQ

    Reply
  11. jolana January 15, 2016 at 8:28 pm

    Does anyone realize that this is all white people? Like people of color can’t be gay. Next time try to add various forms of diversity to this list.

    Reply
  12. Joe harrell January 29, 2016 at 6:50 pm

    First Person on YouTube is awesome.

    Reply
  13. Shivyn June 25, 2016 at 9:37 am

    I would like to recommend thai series Love Sick the series. There are two seasons and it’s so adorably cute but innocent.

    There is also another series, Make It Right currently airing.

    I’m a sucker for teenage dramas and they made awesome ones. Noth series cam be found on YouTube or KissAsian.

    Reply
  14. Anonymous October 3, 2016 at 7:40 pm

    The Horizon is the best! Check it out on Youtube

    Reply
  15. jerry taylor December 14, 2016 at 2:57 pm

    Hi There!
    My Sister Is So Gay is a new LGBT web series about Seth, a proud gay man, is invaded by his uptight, homophobic sister, Amanda. She just shows up on his doorstep (with luggage) for the first time in 20 years after catching her husband having an affair with her best friend, Katherine. But it seems to Seth that Amanda is way more upset about Katherine cheating on her than her husband.

    Plus there’s Seth and Amanda’s boozy, inappropriately sexy mother, Frances played by the iconic Loni Anderson (WKRP) Will she drive them both crazy now that she has her chicks back in the same nest?

    Here’s our trailer:
    https://youtu.be/Tb0bJ2BO5uw

    Check it out!

    JERRY TAYLOR
    MEDIA INQUIRIES
    MY SISTER IS SO GAY

    Reply

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