Tongues are wagging, hearts are fluttering, and prostates are tingling nationwide: GAY’S ANATOMY—the cult hit web series about three young urologists who work hard, play harder, and touch your privates for are living—is back for a second season. Episodes 1 will be released February 16, 2012. New episodes will be released every other week.
What, you didn’t know there was a first season? Catch up on all six episodes here, and learn what Dr. Jim Gable does to relieve stress when he’s nervous (answer: “give colonoscopies to the homeless!”), why Dr. Marc Merriman is lovesick over a man who looks “like Priscilla Lopez, but less butch,” and how Dr. Mark Weston gets through his long workday by “using cocaine responsibly.” There was bed-hopping, hospital drama, and more homoerotic sexual tension than a USA Network buddy comedy.
And what’s in store for Mark (Wil Petre), Marc (B. Hodgson), and Jim (Max Jenkins) this season? As residency year two begins, the boys will continue to burn through cartons of latex gloves and barrels of high grade lubricant. They’ll also meet new faces and reignite some surprising old flames (Beth Hoyt, of Comedy Central’s The Reggie Watts Show, returns as party girl/radiologist Robin Starr, and Jim deProphetis is back as stalker-with-a-heart-of-gold Eddie). Plus, there’s romance in the air (or is it stray anesthesia fumes?) when a sexy new chief resident, Dr. Brad (Joe Curnutte, of Off-Broadway’s Unnatural Acts), comes on the scene.
Written, Directed and Produced by Karina Mangu-Ward and B. Hodgson, GAY’S ANATOMY began as a small experiment to be shared among friends, but has developed a cult following since the premiere of its first season. The show has been highlighted on LGBT culture sites from AfterElton.com to Queerty, and was hailed as a “hidden gem. . . . [with] a hilarious cast, sharp one-liners, and an intriguingly flexible approach to gender and sexuality” by NewTeeVee.com. Critics lauded the “great new series” (somelikeitscott.com) as “a hilarious queer comedy” (TheDeepDish) in which “the humor is sharp, the characters vivid and cartoony, and the plotlines quite creative.” (TeleVisual).
The cast includes Wil Petre (Mark), Max Jenkins (Jim), B. Hodsgon (Marc), Becca Blackwell (Casey), Amy Kersten (Amy), Jim deProphetis (Eddie), Joe Curnutte (Brad), and Beth Hoyt (Robin). Season Two guests include Meghan Hemingway (Esme), Jess Barbagallo (Dyque), Drae Campbell (Dr. Lopez) and Alec James (Hank).
For press inquiries, questions, or additional information, contact: Karina Mangu-Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org.