WATCH: Episode #2 of New Bisexual Web Series “Ken”

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Aug 29 2013 | 8 Comments  


Check out Episode #2 of the web series called, “Ken” which is described as one that examines Faith and Sexuality. The attractive cast features both men and women and has crispy sound and visuals. We also see the rare introduction of a Bi-Sexual character.

When we posted the FIRST EPISODE it drew over 60 comments! So you bet we’re anxious to see what you guys have to say about this episode.

I make it a rule to not do full review/recaps on shows with less that three episodes. Anything under that is basically just a short film. Especially when you consider how many Web Series creators give up after only one episode.

If they release a third joint, I many throw my two cents into the pot. I will say that I wish the acting of the leads were better. But if the story if good, I can always give that a pass.

For some reason, this episode isn’t available in HD but it still looks decent enough. Here you go:

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  1. hannibal
    Hannibal | August 29th, 2013

    Oh my. I mean, it looks good and it sounds good…that’s good. The acting is just so…grating. The writing is so overbearing and on the nose I feel like the writer/director was screaming “Message!” and snapping their fingers everytime they typed the key board. And another problem I have with it is that I hate when an episode of a webseries feels like essentially one long scene with no movement. Whereas a show like Freefall moves around too much, this show doesn’t really move at all. Drama Queenz is probably the best show I’ve seen at feeling like the episode has a coherent story arc. It’s not awful though, just not enough there to keep me coming back.

  2. Terry | August 29th, 2013

    It was another average episode. The production of the episode is still good and I still believe the actors could do a better job. I don’t think they needed to devote a whole “5 minute episode” to showcasing that he is still not being completely honest with himself. We learned that in the first episode. I do like the fact that “Ken” was honest with his ex about his feelings. They did not have to make her into this too over-dramatic bitch. We could of got what she was trying to emphasis without the over-dramatics. The over-emphasis in the series is definitely something that should consider dialing down. It is as if the think that we can not get what is going on. The episode was a bit of a waste. They could have taken this opportunity to let us some of the other dimensions of the series. Right now it is very one dimensional.

    The length of both of the “episodes” were both under ten minutes. What exactly do they think that they are going to accomplish with such short episodes.

  3. ControlledXaos
    Black Pegasus | August 30th, 2013

    I wasn’t as intrigued by this episode as I was with the first. It was just so one dimensional for my taste. Ken’s acting was brutal to watch, while Stephanie did a pretty decent job in my view. The dream sequence was weak, and the ending did not provide for a cliff hanger worth returning to…

  4. thinker | August 31st, 2013

    The fact that I forgot about this series until I saw this post says something. I watched this episode and had to ask myself, didn’t Ken just cut himself? Is he a cutter or was he suicidal and if so how could he just flip emotions like that? How in the hell did she get in the apartment especially since she claims to no want anything to do with him?

    I really want to like this series however I feel like the pacing is going to hold me back. Maybe an adrenaline boost? To me it just feels flat! I have to agree with @Black Pegasus and @Hannibal about the acting.

  5. Anthony Davis | September 1st, 2013

    I like this series and especially the guy who plays him because he’s from my neck of the woods.The problem that I have with this series is that for a subject matter such as this the episodes are way too short.We were shown in Episode One that Ken engages in self mutilation but nothing was mentioned of it after that.Maybe with more time the subject content could be fully fleshed out but for now what keeps me coming back is the gorgeous guy who plays Ken and the possibility or potential for so much more.

  6. questforknowledge
    quest for knowledge | September 2nd, 2013

    I definitely liked the first episode more than this one. This episode to me was not as entertaining as the previous one. We did learn a little bit more about the Ken character which was nice. I just felt after watching it I wanted to see more action. I”m still curious about the show and would love to watch more episodes. I’m not at the point yet that I have totally given up on the show. Hopefully the next episode will be better. And yes the acting could use some work, but I’ve seen worse.

  7. Luyanda Mfeka | September 9th, 2013

    I want to like this show so bad, I think it has an interesting concept; yes, very one dimensional right now,but hopefully they’ll fix that. What irks me more is the acting B-grade acting and weak dialogue. I cringed far too many times!

  8. SB3000 | September 10th, 2013

    I also wish the acting was stronger..but this show is something i’ll fuk w in hopes that it’ll get even better..the dedicated attempt at quality is alrdy there

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