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Wednesday, 14 March 2018 00:33

Lesbian series "Easy Abby" is back for a season 2!

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Written and directed by Wendy Jo Carlton, "Easy Abby" is a lesbian web series that was launched in 2012. It has been hugely successful with more than 50 million views. And now the series is back for a season 2 after years of waiting.

Season 2 starts where Season 1 stopped. Remember, Danielle was gone. In this new season, she is back by surprise. Abby could finally find love. In an interview with Wendy Jo Carlton, we also heard about Marilyn, Abby's bipolar mom. The connection between mother and daughter is not going to be easy. Nevertheless, this new season is an opportunity to address depression and anxiety we all feel at some point in our lives.

"Abby is depressed for the first time in her life after Danielle goes back to Italy and her best friend Sarah moves to Santa Cruz for grad school," Carlton told us. "Then we meet her Mom, Marilyn, who is bipolar and Abby has to snap out of her funk to support her Mom. Abby meets a new girl, Alicia, while waiting in the psych ward and Alicia starts to pursue Abby despite her lack of interest at first."

Also, the lead actress, Lisa Cordileone, is back for the first episodes but she's then replaced by a new actress, Kate Lines, to play Abby.

And there are guest stars like Guinevere Turner (The L Word, Itty Bitty Titty Committee), Anna Albelo (Who's Afraid of Vagina Wolf?) and Marga Gomez (Batman Forever).

You can follow the series on social networks Facebook and Twitter. "Easy Abby" is available on the LGBTQ+ streaming platform, Revry.

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