A new holiday-themed gay rom-com called ‘Single All The Way’ will be making its debut on Netflix sometime in late 2021.
Starring Michael Urie (Ugly Betty), Luke MacFarlane (Brothers & Sisters) and relative newcomer Philemon Chambers, ‘Single All The Way’ is helmed by Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer.
Urie plays Peter, a single gay man who convinces his best friend Nick (Chambers) to pretend to be his boyfriend for the holidays so as to avoid judgement from his family for being perpetually single. Unbeknownst to him, Peter’s mother has made plans to set him up with her hunky trainer James (Macfarlane).
Michael Urie and Luke MacFarlane are openly ‘out’ actors while Philemon Chambers starred in the short film ‘Of Hearts and Castles’, which was screened at the Seattle Queer Film Festival.
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