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Quincy LeNearDeondray Gossett
Quincy LeNearDeondray Gossett
GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series
Noah's Arc, Dante's Cove, The Lair, The LA Complex, Zane's Sex Chronicles
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The DL Chronicles is a gay-themed television series that debuted on here! in 2007 for one season that consisted of four episodes. It was revived in 2012 as "The DL Chronicles Returns".
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- Episode 1 Wes
- Episode 2 Robert
- Episode 3 Boo
- Episode 4 Mark
- Episode 5 Thomas
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The show's debut season focused on the stories of men who live secret lives. From a highly successful executive to the street corner hustler, from the happily married father of two, to the college athlete's first love, each episode, featuring a different cast, delved into the different lives and experiences of men living on the "down low".
Each episode features narration from Chadwick Williams (Damian Toofek Raven), an aspiring journalist, as he pursues research while authoring a book about men who have sex with men (MSM). The series was created by filmmakers Quincy LeNear and Deondray Gossett who also serve as the producers and directors of the series.
The series has won numerous awards, including the GLAAD Media Award for Best Anthology Series in 2008. It has the added distinction of being both the first African American themed show and the first show produced by a cable network to win the award.
Episode 1: Wes
Wes Thomas (Darren Schnase), an upwardly mobile real-estate banker, soon finds himself overwhelmed by the demands of his marriage, career, and closeted attraction to men. When Wes' sexy but ambivalent brother-in-law Trent Porter (Ty Vincent) stops in for an unexpected stay, he is faced with temptation and ultimately falls for the forbidden fruit.
Episode 2: Robert
A closeted talent agent (Terrell Tilford) falls for a much younger health food store manager named Austin (Kareem Ferguson). They fall in love at first sight and realize that it is their unprecedented relationship they ever had. What Robert fails to share is that he has a daughter Rhonda Hall (Toyin Moses) that doesn't know her father's real identity. Because of this, Austin pretends to be Robert's client in order to proceed with the relationship. But the truth is finally discovered by his daughter. Robert misblames Austin with terrible words which badly hurts Austin and their relationship ends. But, at last, Robert obtains his daughter's understanding, and realizes his huge mistake in ending his relationship with Austin. With honest and touching words, he finally wins Austin back.
Episode 3: Boo
Boo (Oneil Cespedes) is an ex-convict, a mooch, and a player who lives his life on the DL. His girlfriend Kesha (Latoya Haynes) is fed up with Boo's cheating and kicks him to the curb. Boo's mother (Irene Amen) tells him it's time to settle down, but Boo is unfazed and continues having sex with multiple partners, including an unprotected romp with Deron (Anthony Clark), his neighborhood friend. But when shocking news rattles Boo, he is forced to reconsider his reckless life on the DL.
Episode 4: Mark
Mark (Ulrich Que) and Donte (Colbert Alembert), a loving couple who have been living on the DL, are jolted by the unexpected arrival of Mark’s thuggish cousin, Terrell (Ace Gibson), who shows up at their house needing a place to crash. Desperate to keep their relationship a secret, Mark asks his boyfriend to pretend he's straight. When Dante reluctantly agrees to play the part of Mark's "roommate" for their new houseguest, a chain of humorous events unfolds, and Mark eventually comes to realize the ridiculous nature of living on the DL in their own home.
Episode 5: Thomas
Thomas, a former New York City firefighter, falls in love with a stranger who unexpectedly comes into his life to assist him after facing a tragic event.