July 9, 2018 | Funny Bits

Webseries takes a look at gay life after 40

West 40s
West 40s is a new webseries that looks at the trials and tribulations of gay life in one's forties.
The series started as a Kickstarter campaign last year. It needed $12,500 to get produced, and managed to raise almost $24,000. It is now finally ready for its big debut later this month.
According to the show's website:
West 40s is a new series about five diverse friends approaching middle age from different angles -- creative, savvy, raunchy, and mostly single. In their 30s, they’d meet strangers on the Hell’s Kitchen sidewalk and have sex in less time than it took to climb the four flights up to their apartments. But now past 40 they’re all wondering what they want for the long haul -- and questioning whether they can still make it up those stairs!
Mark Sam Rosenthal and Brian Sloan are the series' creators, and refer to their project as a “coming-of-middle-age comedy.” They say the show will explore many aspects of gay life, from being dumped for a younger man to online dating.
“It’s often like, ’My life is over, I’m depressed,'" explained Sloan. "We wanted it to reflect our lives where we don’t feel that way. There’s a lot of humor and a lot of laughter around it. You have to laugh at it, in a way.”
Check out the trailer and see what you think ...

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