'Indoor Boys' Season 2 Set to Premiere on June 25

Alex Wyse and Wesley Taylor star in Indoor Boys.
Indie Series Award-winning series Indoor Boys, created, directed, and starring Broadway's Wesley Taylor ("SpongeBob SquarePants"; NBC's Smash) and Alex Wyse ("Spring Awakening"; CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful), will return later this month for its second season. With a total of eight new chapters, Season Two premieres June 25 on HuffPost Queer Voices, with two episodes released each Monday for 4 weeks.

After last year's award-winning, critically-acclaimed first season in Los Angeles, Wesley Taylor and Alex Wyse are at it again. But this time we find our duo in the Big Apple... as they continue to explore the boundaries of their no-boundaries friendship. Watch the two homebody millennials as they navigate a family reunion in New York City.

The critically-acclaimed first season of Indoor Boys premiered on HuffPost Queer Voices and received four 2018 Indie Series Award nominations, including Best Comedy Series. The season two cast will include the return of Frankie Grande, Michael Tacconi, Patrika Darbo (2018 Indie Series Award winner for Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series), and of course, Wesley Taylor (2018 Indie Award nominee for Best Actor in a Comedy Series) and Alex Wyse, who received the 2018 Indie Series Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series.

Season Two will also introduce three-time Tony Award-nominee Carolee Carmello as Nate's mother, Ellen, and Obie and Drama Desk Award Winner Veanne Cox as Luke's mother, Lenora, with Krysta Rodriguez, Kyle Harris, Lilli Cooper, Isaac Powell, Rana Roy, and Michael Kostroff.

Check out the Season Two trailer below.


INDOOR BOYS Season 2 TRAILER from Indoor Boys on Vimeo.

Patrika Darbo reprises her Indie Series Award-winning role in
Indoor Boys.
Wesley Taylor is the co-creator/writer/star of It Could Be Worse (Hulu/Vimeo/Pivot TV), "Billy Green" (YouTube), and now Indoor Boys (HuffPost). In 2016, he was commissioned by Anonymous Content's digital division. In addition to countless web content/sketch comedy, Taylor is a published playwright, and his work has been produced by Manhattan Repertory Theatre, The Artists' Exchange, and at New World Stages for The Actor's Fund. On Television, he's probably best known for playing Bobby on 26 episodes of Spielberg's NBC drama, Smash, with guest appearances on The Good Wife, The Tomorrow People, One Life to Live, Looking, I'm Dying up Here, and Difficult People. Currently starring in Broadway's "SpongeBob SquarePants" as the evil Sheldon Plankton, Taylor is also a Theatre World Award Winner and Outer Critics Circle nominee, having made his Broadway debut in the original cast of "Rock of Ages," before starring opposite Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth in the original cast of Broadway's "The Addams Family."

Alex Wyse is the co-creator/writer/star of Indoor Boys (HuffPost), for which he received the 2018 Indie Series Award for Best Actor in a Comedy. As a writer, his work has been produced at the New York Musical Theater Festival, New York Theater Barn, Ugly Rhino, and Northlight Theatre. On television, he has most recently been seen as Kyle in Marvel's Iron Fist on Netflix and Saul in The Bold and the Beautiful on CBS. His other TV credits include NCIS: Los Angeles, Agent X, Modern Family, Switched at Birth, A to Z, Bad Judge, Masters of Sex and Bored to Death. His film credits include X/Y and Dating My Mother. On Broadway, he was in the original casts of Deaf West's "Spring Awakening" and "Lysistrata Jones."

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