The show's title is simple and cuts to the chase: Gays: The Series is creator Peter William Dunn's self described "dramedy" web series.
Dunn, who is also the writer/director/co-star, describes Gays as being "about four twenty-something gay best friends navigating the tumultuous terrain of New York City. Growing up, screwing up, and screwing along the way."
And time will tell if New York-based Gays will steal a few viewers from HBO's San Francisco show, Looking.
The new series came about from a New Year's resolution, according to Dunn. After checking out the "best gay web series of 2012," -- he wasn't impressed.
"I'd gotten so caught up in making other people's dreams come true in reality television," says Dunn. "So I said no more bartending, no more freelance jobs. Give yourself six months and see what you can do with it. If you fail, at least you can say you tried."
While Dunn's initial goal was to fill a void in gay programming, he's hoping that it'll have crossover appeal. "I also wanted to create a show that wasn't solely for our community, a show that everyone who's not a homophobe could enjoy," he said. "I wanted to create a show that would follow the lives of four men who happen to be gay, but the show was about the bigger universal aspects of life that all of us as people deal with: love, work problems, friendship and family."
But don't think that it it anyway means it's a family show. "Gays is definitely R rated, because adult life is R rated," he said. "Viewers can look forward to a whole lot of laughs, some tears, some foul language, and some of the most complex people you'll ever meet on the small screen. And some sex. Well, a lot of sex."
Check out Gays: The Series on the show's website.