SEASON 3 of the award-winning gay comedy mystery web series, Where The Bears Are, Premieres Online August 11, 2014

It's "The Golden Girls" meets "Murder, She Wrote" with big, gay, hairy men! (aka  "Bears") The award-winning web series is BACK and better than ever having launched an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign!

From the creative team of Rick Copp (The Brady Bunch Movie) Joe Dietl (The Thin Pink Line) and Ben Zook (Jack and Jill) comes “Where the Bears Are” a comedy mystery web series that recently won Afterelton.com’s “BEST GAY WEB SERIES” and has accumulated over 9 MILLION VIEWS since premiering in 2012. The show has a world-wide fan base and the creators/stars have been flown to Europe and Australia due to the show's immense popularity!

Season 3 follows the exploits of three gay bear roommates living together in Los Angeles, as they attempt to solve a string of murders involving young porn studio models. The season consists of 22 seven-minute episodes, with new episodes posted every Monday and Thursday. Season 3 is a romp through L.A.’s trendy neighborhood of Silver Lake, and eventually reaches its climax in the first-class cabin of a jumbo jet!

Featuring guest appearances by gay favorites... Tuc Watkins (Desperate Housewives), Drew Droege (Chloe Sevigny Videos), Sam Pancake (Space Station 76) and Karamo Brown (The OwnShow)  the series is designed to appeal to both gay and straight audiences alike, and Season 3 will premiere online August 11th, 2014 at http://wherethebearsare.tv

If you would like more information about our web series, or to schedule an interview with the creators or cast, email us at wherethebearsare95@gmail.com

Don't forget to subscribe to the YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/WhereTheBearsAre

Here it is! The very first episode of "Where the Bears Are" Season 3!
Click here to view: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjdINPr32A0

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