Dan Bucatinsky and Lisa Kudrow Launch Online Docuseries, It Got Better
By Stacy Lambe
In addition to reuniting on HBO's The Comeback, Dan Bucatinsky and Lisa Kudrow have teamed up for a new inspiring web series, It Got Better, which will look at the other side of Dan Savage's "It Gets Better" viral campaign.
In parternship with Savage and L/Studio, the series will run for six episodes and feature a diverse group of LGBT celebrities, including Jason Collins, Tim Gunn, Tegan & Sara, and recent GLAAD Media Awards honorees George Takei and Laverne Cox.
"The series is a real passion project for me and Kudrow and Dan Savage," Bucatinsky says of the series, which will run for the next six weeks.
The first episode stars Glee's Jane Lynch, who talks about overcoming her "affliction" and how New York’s piano-bar scene changed her life.
"My desire to play is stronger than my fear of rejection," says Lynch. "Dealing with my sexuality as a young person started that balling rolling."
Watch it now on L/Studio.com.