Season One Of ‘Ding Dong I’m Gay’ Passes 1 Million Views

YouTube: Ding Dong I'm Gay (screenshot)

In the 10 weeks since it launched, comedy series Ding Dong I’m Gay has amassed over 1 million views on its YouTube channel.

The hilarious series follows high-achieving neurotic, Cameron, as he seeks to guide his naive, newly-out country cousin, Toby, through the urban gay experience. But when Toby flourishes, Cameron’s insecurities blind him to the genuine connection they share.

Created by Tim Spencer and a team of some of Australia’s best names in comedy including writer Zoe Norton (ABC The Checkout) and input from Benjamin Law.

It stars Spencer who plays the neurotic Cameron and Brayden Dalmazzone as his cousin, Toby.

The creators of the series said it increased the on-screen representation of the LGBGTIQ community in a positive light.

All six episodes can watched on YouTube, you can watch series writer and creator Tim Spencer talk about the success of the season below.

Ding Dong I’m Gay is a Wintergarden Pictures production. Principal production investment from Screen Australia. Financed with support from Screen NSW.

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