Updated: Aug 2, 2022
Now, If you follow me on my social media accounts, then you already know how I feel about this series.
I am OBSESSED with it. I've been watching LGBTQ+ Content and reading it since I was probably 10 years old. Some books, to be honest, I had NO DAMN BUSINESS reading. I'd purchased them in secret in my teens. One about a priest and his former alter boy doing sinful things in the confessional booth is part of why I created the character of Donovan in the New Haven Series.
Anyway, I said all that to say that I've seen SO many movies and TV shows over the decades and this is the FIRST one that truly stands out to me. It's got everything I've been wanting to see in a series starring gay characters for at least the past 20 years. That's a long time to be waiting for a show that can give you sexy male leads, lusting after each other along with an intriguing plot. Guns, violence, mafia betrayals, seduction, romance, and humor.
KinnPorsche is a series that just raised the bar and spoiled the hell out of me. I'm going to be looking at all these other offerings like:
The male leads have chemistry that is through the roof. I'd say it's up there with the Brian/Justin levels of heat. The show doesn't shy away from the action in or out of the bedroom and I appreciate that.
I don't have to have a second season, but if they have one planned, I'm all over it. I do hope that this series opened to door for more genre shows like this. I think the only negative thing I have to say is that I didn't particularly care for the character of Chay. Probably because he reminded me of so many other characters in the BL genre. I just found him boring. But others will love him and that's all that matters. I want everyone to enjoy this series.
FINAL VERDICT: INNOCENT AS INNOCENT CAN BE. TV series, you have blazed your own trail and showed all of these other shows the possibilities. You have done a service to cinema and I will be arresting the cop who foolishly wasted your time and mine. You are free to go. Bailiff, please kindly escort this show to it's waiting limo, a courtesy of the court.