The First Season Of 'Indoor Boys' Ends On An Unexpected Note

Curtis M. Wong

Indoor Boys,” the comedy series that hilariously explores the challenges of gay male friendship in the digital age, reaches a startling conclusion in its season finale this week.

In “Say It Again,” best friends and roommates Nate (Alex Wyse) and Luke (Wesley Taylor) have an awkward encounter after last week’s heated exchange. As to whether or not the two men get what they’ve wanted (or deserved) this week, well, you’ll have to decide for yourself.  

Wyse (“The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Marvel’s Iron Fist”) and Taylor (“Smash,” “Looking”) shared writing and directorial duties on the first season of  “Indoor Boys,” and are planning to do the same for the show’s second season. 

“Our only feeling now is that we’re exhausted and proud of the work we’ve done,” Wyse told HuffPost. “We really hope people will binge watch the season now, and we are excited to find out what it means to continue this story next year.”

You can catch the full first season of “Indoor Boys” here.  


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  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.