The second season of acclaimed gay pocket-series I’m Fine was released last week on Dekkoo.com and you can catch the trailer above. It continues the story of a group of six friends living and loving in sun-drenched Los Angeles, as they navigate everything from Grindr racism to sex parties, family issues to depression. It’s garnered praise for its unapologetic exploration of darker themes and has drawn comparisons to Broad City in the way it portrays urban friendships. It was written and directed by Brandon Kirby, who wanted to fill the empty space that came about after the end of HBO’s Looking.
Kirby wanted I’m Fine to be a ‘pocket-series’, with each episode clocking in at an addictive 11 minutes, making it perfect to binge watch or to consume on the go on any device. It’s the third original series from gay entertainment streaming service Dekkoo.com, after Feral and Love is Blind, which follows seven separate blind dates in New York City. Dekkoo.com is the largest streaming collection of gay-centric entertainment, with a wide-ranging collection of films and TV series. Sign up for a free trial today to see what they have to offer!