Jon Groff Plays Gay Game Designer ‘Looking’ For Love 2


This past Sunday saw the premiere of Looking, HBO’s new dramady centered around a group of modern gay men living in San Francisco. Jonathan Groff, known for his roles in Broadway musical Spring Awakening and hit TV show Glee, plays Patrick a young gay video game developer who finds himself unlucky in love.

If you missed the series’ first episode, not to worry: HBO has uploaded it in its entirety on their official Youtube channel.

Note: The show contains some mature content and may not be appropriate for all audiences.

After you’ve watched the episode, let us know what you think in the comments!

Via: HBO


(Managing Editor and Writer) Sal lives in the beautiful city of San Francisco where he splits his time between playing games, watching copious amounts of television, and occasionally going outside. He has written for GayGamer, Gamezone, Kinky, and TeamBackpack. He studied creative writing and theatre at SFSU, and when not gaming can most likely be found on stage somewhere. You can keep up with him on twitter @salmattos

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2 thoughts on “Jon Groff Plays Gay Game Designer ‘Looking’ For Love

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    Mika Ears

    It was all right. Didn’t live up to what I was expecting, but maybe my expectations were too high. Storyline and characters didn’t pop for me, which they should for a first episode. I guess it more accurately portrays the modern stereotypes for gay men instead of the older stereotypes that Queer as Folk and the like took after. Hopefully it takes off and actually goes somewhere and picks up some characters I can care about.

    Despite the growing media presence GSM people have, I still find myself just as starved for representations in books and TV as I was back in the day. It’s like nothing has changed.

  • avatar

    I really liked it. I need some tv-series focused mainly on gay people like Queer as Folk (plus one of the characters is a gamer ;] )I hope this will only get better with every episode.