Husbands: Redefining the newlywed sitcom

Are you watching the online series, Husbands?

Husbands tells the story of two young men, athlete Brady Kelly and tabloid darling Cheeks who spark a media firestorm when they wake up legally married after a drunken weekend in Vegas.  Each episode runs less than 10 minutes.  I’ve not yet had a chance to view this series and was curious what people have thought of it.

6 responses to “Husbands: Redefining the newlywed sitcom

  1. Pingback: Husbands: Redefining the newlywed sitcom « RoadRage

  2. I will have to check it out.

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  3. I clearly need to check this out more. I have watched several of the trailers and found laughter in them for what they are – teasers. Clearly not Emmy material, but very fun and over the top. I love the web series ‘Old Dogs New Tricks’, with gay soap star, Thom Bierdz and ‘Where the Bears Are’. These are great digital web series and not reality t.v. If you are looking for light-hearted fun poking at a distance and sometimes near to our very stereotypical lives, camp can be found here. If you are looking for a realistic portrayal of Gay Marriage in any video, digital or film format, it just doesn’t exist. Yet. Things change. Stay tuned.

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  4. I love it.

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  5. I love it! Tongue-in-cheek, and a little bit trashy, but good production values and well written.

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  6. It is so bad it makes Dharma and Greg look like Modern Family. Plain (even by Hollywood standard) looking men and dialog bad enough to make you cringe and be embarrassed for it because it has no idea it’s crappy in digital public. Mincing homosexuals had their hey day 30 years ago and they weren’t funny then so they’re even less funny now. You’ve been warned.

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