Pictured: T.J. Hoban (right) with 'From Here on Out' co-star
We spoke with actress Juliet Mills recently about her role in From Here on Out (written by Terry Ray, directed by Sam Irvin, and produced by David Millbern) about the struggle to create a fictional gay-themed TV show. It's set to be released on March 28, and we have a sneak peek behind the scenes in a video that's been remixed with lots of bare skin (and man-on-man kissing).
Inspired by the real-life story of America's only premium LGBT cable network, Here TV (which is owned by the same company as Out magazine), From Here on Out is a comedy that follows the character of aging gay writer Jimmy Randall (Terry Ray), who, after years of failed attempts, finally sells his television show Guy Dubai: International Gay Spy to the 18-year-old president (Austin Robert Miller) of Here TV. But Jimmy first must hire an openly gay leading man or the series will not go forward. Jimmy casts the sexy and talented Sam Decker (T.J. Hoban)... except Sam is secretly straight.