Gregg Araki, the queer director behind some of your favorite cult films (
Doom Generation, Mysterious Skin
) is moving to a new medium: television. Araki's newest project is
, a half-hour comedy about the trials and tribulations of hyper sexual twentysomethings in Los Angeles who are maybe dealing with some kind of sci-fi, end of the world situation.
The show stars the outrageously beautiful Avan Jogia as Ulysses, a vape-hitting stoner temp who moons over his extremely attractive roommate Ford (Beau Mirchoff) when he isn't hooking up with Tyler Posey (Yes, that guy from
) and having strange recurring dreams about lizard-headed alien creatures.
follows Ulysses and his friends as they try to figure out their lives in the age of sexual apathy. "I'm a millennial so sexual fluidity is kind of a requirement," says Carly (Kelli Berglund), Ulysses' cam girl best friend.
Is Ulysses actually having premonitions of some apocalyptic supernatural conspiracy or is he smoking too much weed -- who hasn't asked themselves
Based on the trailer,
looks fun, sexy, and
gay. Araki co-wrote the show with Karley Sciortino of VICELAND's
, so fingers crossed for some premium cable sex scenes on par with
...damn, I miss
The show premieres at Sundance this month and premieres on Starz March 10.