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'The Outs,' Web Series About Gay Life In New York, Debuts Season Finale Episode

Nov 21, 2012 | Updated Feb 02, 2016

The season finale of "The Outs," the popular new web series about gay life in the Big Apple, is here just in time for Thanksgiving.

Still, New York City-based writer-director-actor Adam Goldman -- who previously described the series as "a story about big relationships, the ones that really define people, and what happens when they fall apart, and how that can change someone" -- assures HuffPost Gay Voices that there's more "Outs" in store, with the show's forthcoming Chanukah special set to debut in early 2013. (WARNING: some scenes may not be suitable for work)

"Sometimes if you want something and you can’t find it then you have to make it," Goldman told HuffPost Gay Voices in May. "I wanted a character-driven comedy with heart about gay men. I love Mitch and Cam on 'Modern Family,' but those aren’t my people. I don’t live in California and I don’t have a baby. And I never went to clown school."

The crowd-funded series is primarily shot in Brooklyn and features a soundtrack by local musicians and bands. There's also more information at the official website, but the best way to keep up with the show is on Facebook.

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