HBO has picked up a new gay-themed dramedy starring Glee's Jonathan Groff, the cable network confirmed Tuesday.
The still-untitled series follows three friends in San Francisco exploring the fun and sometimes overwhelming options available to a new generation of gay men. The first season, consisting of eight episodes, will premiere sometime next year. Bored to Death's Sarah Condon, Brothers & Sisters' David Marshall Grant, and pilot director Andrew Haigh will serve as executive producers. Writer Michael Lannan (Remember Me) will co-executive-produce.
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Groff's costars include Smash's Frankie J. Alvarez and Guiding Light's Murray Bartlett. Aside from playing Jesse St. James on Glee, Groff's most recent credits include Season 2 of Starz's Boss. He will also be appearing in another HBO project — the film adaptation of the play A Normal Heart, directed by Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy.
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