Virtual Watch Party/Live Q&A Of 5-Time Emmy Winning ‘After Forever’

Join Outfest for a worldwide virtual live tweet watch party of Season 2 of the acclaimed digital series After Forever on Saturday, June 27, 2020 – 4:30 PM PST followed by a live Q&A at 6 PM PST with the cast and creators.

Outfest’s United in Pride is an inclusive platform that celebrates, elevates, and amplifies the voices of LGBTQ+ filmmakers, storytellers, and creators, in partnership with Billboard & The Hollywood Reporter’s Pride Summit and Film Independent’s Project Involve.

Watch at, or you can view the simulcast on social media @Outfest on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

Season Two of the 5-time Emmy Award-winning drama series, After Forever, picks up 6 months after the end of Season One. Brian has a new relationship and a new job, but Jason is still very present in his life. The 8-episode season continues his and his friends’ journey of love, loss, and moving on.

Seasons one and two of After Forever are streaming now on Amazon Video.

Check out the trailer for Season Two below.

News Round-Up: May 14, 2019

Dan Tai

Some news items you might have missed:

Instagram: Dan Tai shields his eyes from the sun (…or is he just flexing for us?…) #InstaHunk

NY Times: Donald Trump Jr. and the Republican-controlled Senate Intelligence Committee reached a deal on Tuesday for the president’s eldest son to sit for a private interview with senators in the coming weeks.

• Daily Telegraph: Former Newcastle Jets player, Andy Brennan, becomes the first Australian male soccer player to come out as gay.

JoeMyGod: Televangelist Pat Robertson says God will destroy America if The Equality Act passes. Just like when she was going to wipe us out after marriage equality and Gay Days at Disney.

Bloomberg: Trump Tower, the 36-year-old Manhattan residence, is now considered one of the least desirable luxury buildings in New York City. Over the past two years, sales of condo units in the building have taken losses of up to 20 percent.

• New digital series Model Boy explores “the lives of the wide-eyed young men lured into New York’s notoriously fickle high fashion modeling world.”

Check out the first episode below.