Queer as Folk is an innovative, provocative, and groundbreaking series now going into its fifth season, that chronicles the friendships, careers, loves, trials, tribulations, and ambitions of a diverse group of gay men and lesbians living in Pittsburgh, PA. Blending strong drama with necessary charm and humor, it rivals any other show presented on television.
Queer as Folk in its fourth season dealt with everything from Brian reconstructing his life after the devastation of the Stockwell case and his battle with testicular cancer, to Justin's dangerous encounter with the wild side and the maturation and strengthening of his and Brian's relationship. Lindsay began experimenting with new facets of her sexuality, and we saw Ted come to terms with himself, as he made amends with the past and began to rebuild a new life. We saw everything from Micheal and Ben's relationship hitting new heights to Emmett's flourishing individuality and Debbie's struggles with her brother's death and her finding new sources of happiness in her life. The season ended with the birth of Melanie and Lindsay's second child, Ben and Micheal's marriage, Debbie's engagement to Carl Horvath, and Justin being offered a job in Hollywood to work on the film version of he and Michael's comic book, Rage.Actors:
Dean Armstrong, Gale Harold, Hal Sparks, Randy Harrison, Sherry Miller, Scott Lowell, Robert Gant, Peter Paige, Thea Gill, Harris Allan, Sharon Gless, Michelle Clunie, Chris Potter, Jack Wetherall, Makyla SmithGenre:
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