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    Looking - Season 1

    Patrick chases a career as a video-game designer while looking for Mr. Right in San Francisco. Things in Patrick';s life are complicated upon meeting Mission barber Richie and the arrival of his new boss, the attractive, but partnered Kevin. Dom is a long-time waiter who is facing middle-age and unfulfilled dreams. Together, their stories intertwine within the progressive, unpredictable, sexually-open culture of the Bay Area.  
    Duration: 30 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2014
    IMDb: 8.2
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  • Actors of "Looking - Season 1"

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  • Characters of "Looking - Season 1"

    Patrick Murray. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: Jonathan Groff
    Agust. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Dom Basaluzzo. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Frank. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: O-T Fagbenle
    Doris. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: Lauren Weedman
    Richie Donado. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: Raúl Castillo
    Park Goer. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Kevin Matheson. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: Russell Tovey
    Lynn. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: Scott Bakula
    Person on Dancefloor. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: Jason Brock
    Party Goer #1. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: Elise Scarlott
    Festival goer. Character of Looking - Season 1
    Played by: Lena Avgust
  • Creators of "Looking - Season 1"

    Michael Lannan. Director of Looking - Season 1
    Michael Lannan
  • Critic Reviews of "Looking - Season 1"

    Jethro Nededog TheWrap
    January 21, 2014

    Looking is a good show. It will reward viewers who can hang on beyond the first episode and can adapt to its much slower pace and more naturalistic shooting style.

    Alison Willmore indieWire
    January 21, 2014

    For a show that in so many ways feels new, Looking is invitingly mellow -- it doesn't set out to define gay life in 2014, but in trusting its characters and the different paths they're on, captures a sense of how the world has and continues to change.

    Tom Conroy Media Life
    January 17, 2014

    If this were just another comedy about straight singles, it would be forgettable, but the rare concentration on gay men makes it worth checking out.

    Ed Bark Uncle Barky
    January 17, 2014

    In some ways he's [Patrick] the stabilizing force of Looking. And in other ways the loose cannon. He's also very likable, which is still a key element in most TV series.

    Willa Paskin Slate
    January 17, 2014

    If representation is important, Looking is doing some important representing. But what elevates Looking above being a "symbol of serious progress," is that it is not content to be just that.

    Andy Greenwald Grantland
    January 22, 2014

    It's a startlingly provocative opening for what soon reveals itself to be an endearingly low-key show.

    Jessica Johnson Time Out Chicago
    January 21, 2014

    It's refreshing that Looking offers a view of the young, gay lifestyle that isn't set in the midst of the AIDS crisis or focused primarily on the experience of coming out.

    Michelle Stark Tampa Bay Times
    January 21, 2014

    On a show this unconcerned with being momentous, it's pretty remarkable.

    Mark A. Perigard Boston Herald
    January 21, 2014

    It's just not original or memorable.

    Jesse Carp
    January 21, 2014

    [It] doesn't have a unique voice like Dunham's divisive multiple award winner. For lack of a better word, it's kind of milquetoast.

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