Web Series Worth Watching: The Season Finale of Old Dogs & New Tricks

Web Series of the Week: Old Dogs & New Tricks
In the season finale of this groovy gay series, Muscles offers a few solutions for his dilemma with Bobby (special guest star Thom Bierdz from The Young and the Restless), while Nathan's meeting with a new client (Ryland Shelton) takes a surprising twist. And I'm happy to report that Mr. Shelton will be back as a regular next season, which I look forward to.

For more Old Dogs & New Tricks, go to olddogsnewtrickstheseries.com or subscribe to its YouTube channel. You can also become a fan on Facebook and Twitter.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

Ave 43
This twisted soap opera continues with its 35th chapter as Fran wants to kill her sister, Lyle changes his mind about killing his son, and Irene (played by the scene-stealing Melissa Denton) would kill for some pills. If you haven't watched Ave 43 before, I suggest that you start at the very beginning on its YouTube channel.

Gay's Anatomy
It's been two years since I last blogged about this hilarious queer comedy (click here to read my 2009 review), so I was pleasantly surprised to receive a press release this week from co-creator Karina Mangu-Ward announcing its second season, which begins on February 16. I can't wait - and below you can watch a sneak peek of this series whose horny young doctors put the gay in Grey's.

To catch up on Season One of Gay's Anatomy, go to www.gays-anatomy.com or its YouTube channel. You can also become a fan of the series on Facebook and Twitter.

Very Mary-Kate
In the latest episode of this comedy series about the self-absorbed former Full House actress, Mary-Kate has a morning coffee rush. To experience Very Mary-Kate from the very beginning, go to verymarykate.com. You can also become a Facebook fan or follow the series on Twitter.

Web Therapy
In the latest episode, actress Allegra Favreau (Minnie Driver) grills Fiona about her marriage and her sister. To watch previous episodes, go to www.lstudio.com/web-therapy. You can also become a fan on Facebook.

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