Alan Ball’s new TV series Here And Now promises gay sex and romance

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We’re going to be keeping a close eye on this one.

Alan Ball, creator of popular drama series Six Feet Under and True Blood, is returning to US cable network HBO for a brand new show titled Here And Now.

The series stars award-winning actors Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins as parents of a multi-racial family, comprised of three adopted children and one biological daughter, who are tested when one of them “begins seeing things”.

A first-look trailer for the show has been released ahead of its February 2018 premiere, and while it’s not quite clear what the plot will be, we are offered a glimpse at one of the sons, Ramon, getting intimate with a hot, bearded guy.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, that hot, bearded guy is Henry, a “mysterious free spirit” who meets Ramon at the cafe he works at, and the two “quickly connect and fall in love”.

As well as his work with HBO, showrunner Alan has also written two movies, 1999’s critically-acclaimed middle-aged-crisis drama American Beauty, and 2007’s Towelhead, based on the novel by Alicia Erian.

If his previous work is anything to go by – True Blood, we’re looking at you – there’ll be plenty of gay sex for us to enjoy.

Watch the trailer for Here And Now below.

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