Source link Once a year, the west coast celebrates Pride, a day honor to the LGBT community. However, on the west side of Los Angeles, the LGBT community is more than a day, they are a family. WeHo (West Hollywood) is a place of acceptance and a city devoted to the gay community, making the show ‘Real Friends of WeHo’ all the better to watch.
In an exclusive roundtable event, cast members of the new show, which features seven LGBT friends, shared a few things about the process of filming and their relationships. They talked about their lifestyles and the joys of being part of WeHo. “The show is composed of seven friends that were already very close in real life and who live in the area, so having them in the same room made for great fun and story-telling moments,” said Wendi McLendon-Covey from ABC’s ‘The Goldbergs’ and executive producer of ‘Real Friends of WeHo’.
The cast also discussed their own personal journey, the friendships they build with each other, and how the show delves into the diverse LGBT relationships. “I think it was important for us to show those relationships,” said one of the show’s stars, Armani Nicole. “It’s important to not just portray one kind of pairing, but to explore a lot of what is out there and embrace all kinds of people and relationships.”
The cast also shared that the show’s creation captured their friendship and chemistry in a raw and natural way. “I think it was really important to show how we all supported each other, and how we could rely on each other,” said Guy Branum of ‘ Chelsea Lately’. “It was a great way to capture our true friendship and bond.”
The show bonded the cast into a closer family. They discussed the importance of friendship, support, and fun when it comes to being part of the LGBT community. It seems clear that ‘Real Friends of WeHo’ is sure to be a hit with viewers. The diverse cast and candid conversations gives a look into the lives of these friends and the culture of the ‘City of Gay’.