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August 16, 2012

Gay Star News speaks to the writers and creators of beloved new marriage equality comedy Husbands

Gay web series Husbands has officially premiered the long awaited season two.

The series, headed up by Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Jane Espenson and actor Brad Bell, describes itself as the world’s first marriage equality comedy.

Set in a fictional America where every state has legalized gay marriage, two celebrities accidentally do a ‘Britney’ and get drunkenly hitched in Las Vegas.

One is an out-and-proud actor, and the other is a baseball player who has just come out as gay, and they have only been dating six weeks.

June 30, 2012

Director of The Avengers and creator of Buffy Joss Whedon is supporting the show

Gay web series Husbands will be back for another season, premiering 15 August. 

The series, headed up by Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Jane Espenson and Brad Bell, describes itself as the world’s first marriage equality comedy.

Set in a fictional America where every state has legalized gay marriage, two celebrities accidentally do a ‘Britney’ and get drunkenly hitched in Las Vegas.

One is an out-and-proud actor, and the other is a baseball player who has just come out as gay, and they have only been dating six weeks.

December 30, 2011

Former Firefly and Playboy Club star says he had spent the last 14 years of his career fearful that being gay would destroy his career

When Sean Maher was cast as a closeted gay man in the since-canceled NBC drama The Playboy Club, the 36-year-old actor decided that off-screen at least, he was going to bust out of that closet.

Maher, best known for his role on the sci-fi series Firefly and its follow-up feature film Serenity, confirmed that he is gay during an interview with Entertainment Weekly in late September.

December 30, 2011

Former Firefly and Playboy Club star says he had spent the last 14 years of his career fearful that being gay would destroy his career

When Sean Maher was cast as a closeted gay man in the since-canceled NBC drama The Playboy Club, the 36-year-old actor decided that off-screen at least, he was going to bust out of that closet.

Maher, best known for his role on the sci-fi series Firefly and its follow-up feature film Serenity, confirmed that he is gay during an interview with Entertainment Weekly in late September.