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"DTLA" tells the story of a diverse group of friends, all at crossroads in their lives. Darryl Stephens ("Noah's Arc") stars as Lenny, a civil litigation attorney who reunites with his college friend SJ (Marshelle Fair) during the breaking point in her marriage and while his own long-term relationship with Bryan (Matthew Stephen Herrick) starts to crumble. Also in the mix are Kai (Hiro Tanaka), a young teacher obsessed with hooking up with his celeb crush, Marky (Scott Pretty), a young Marine cadet, and his boyfriend Matthew (Patrick McDonald), a newcomer to LA who will stop at nothing to make it as an actor, and Stefan (Ernest Pierce), an outspoken lawyer struggling to make his relationship work with his much younger boyfriend Trey (JC Jones) after finding out about his secret life. An all-star supporting cast includes Melanie Griffith, Sandra Bernhard, Erin Daniels ("The L Word"), Jeremy Jackson, Leslie Jordan, Paul Mooney, Tiffany Pollard ("I Love New York"), Luenell (Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorius Nation Of Kazakhastan), William McNamara, Julie Goldman, B. Scott and Danny Roberts ("The Real World -- New Orleans"). "DTLA" also represents the first instance that a Kickstarter assisted crowd funded television series will receive domestic and international distribution. "DTLA" makes its international co-premiere on Out TV in Canada.
|S01E01||Episode 1||24/10/2012||Lenny throws his partner, Bryan, a birthday party and all of their friends are there - SJ, Kai, Stefan, Trey, Matthew and his new boyfriend Marky. SJ updates Lenny on her relationship with her estranged husband Norm.|
|S01E02||Episode 2||31/10/2012||After enlisting his friends' help in searching for a new loft, Bryan disappears on mysterious job interviews, forcing Lenny to confront him about his strange behavior. Meanwhile, SJ and Norm have their own relationship dispute.|
|S01E03||Episode 3||07/11/2012||Frustrated with new complications in his life, Lenny seeks advice from his therapist. Meanwhile, SJ meets up with her former college boyfriend.|
|S01E04||Episode 4||17/11/2012||As Matthew becomes suspicious of Marky, Lenny and SJ grow closer, leading SJ and Norm to a wild night out on the town.|
|S01E05||Episode 5||24/11/2012||As Matthew becomes suspicious of Marky, Lenny and SJ grow closer, leading SJ and Norm to a wild night out on the town.|
|S01E07||Episode 7||01/12/2012||Lenny and Bryan throw a huge party at their new loft, forcing the group to re-examine their relationships and express their true feelings for each other.|
|S00E01||Trailer||19/10/2012||From the producer of The L Word comes the sexy, funny and compelling scripted drama, DTLA. This groundbreaking series depicts the relationships of seven friends with varied ethnic, cultural, and sexual orientations who work and live in the vibrant community of Downtown Los Angeles.|
|S00E02||After Dark with Tiffany Pollard, Part 1||24/10/2012||Tiffany "New York" Pollard talks to the cast of 'DTLA' about episode 1.|
|S00E03||After Dark with Tiffany Pollard, Part 2||31/10/2012||Tiffany "New York" Pollard talks to the cast of 'DTLA' about episode 2.|
|S00E04||After Dark with Tiffany Pollard, Part 3||07/11/2012||Tiffany "New York" Pollard talks to the cast of 'DTLA' about episode 3.|
|S00E05||After Dark with Tiffany Pollard, Part 4||18/11/2012||Tiffany Pollard (a.k.a. New York) recaps episode 4 with the cast of 'DTLA.'|
|S00E06||After Dark with Tiffany Pollard, Part 5||25/11/2012||Tiffany Pollard (a.k.a. New York) recaps episode 5 with the cast of 'DTLA.'|
|S00E07||After Dark with Tiffany Pollard, Part 6||02/12/2012||Tiffany Pollard (a.k.a. New York) recaps episode 6 with the cast of 'DTLA.'|
|S00E08||After Dark with Tiffany Pollard, Part 7||09/12/2012||Tiffany Pollard (a.k.a. New York) recaps episode 7 with the cast of 'DTLA.'|
|S00E09||After Dark with Tiffany Pollard, Part 8||23/12/2012|