October 2, 2019 | Posted in gay by
It's no secret in Hollywood that Ryan Murphy and I are archrivals, and while I couldn't possibly squeeze all of the details of this storied, contentious, glamorous, A-list, and completely not fake iconic celebrity feud into one post, I will say this. The man is just too damn thirsty! The superproducer is insanely talented, and when he reigns in his thirstbucketry - i.e. for American Crime Story: The People v. O. J. Simpson - he creates some of the most compelling content in television history. But often Murphy's stage four thirstiness derails well-intended shows - i.e. 90% of American Horror Story - and audiences are left with a self-fellating casting couch fantasy. Murphy prioritizes star-fucking over his audience and he HATES that I call him out on it!
Anyway, so The Politician. This is Murphy's first in a series of original shows produced for Netflix as part of a $300M deal. (Oh, and he HATES that I'm richer than him ;). It's about a high schooler played by Ben Platt who knows that he's destined to become the president. Since this dumpy premise had no chance of producing a good series, this is one of the rare instances in which Murphy's clinical addiction to young bussy saved one of his projects!
There's no nudity in The Politician, but goodness is there some great shirtless twenty-something high schooler action from the likes of David Corenswet and Benjamin Barrett. Ben and David even share a nizasty gay face furking. However the real stars of the show are twins Trey and Trevor Eason.
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They're giving me major Matt Bomet vibes, and on The Politician they doff their shirts to flaunt their matching gorgeous bods! Just think. One second you're nobody, and the next you're answering Ryan Murphy's Hot Girls Wanted ad on Craigslist. And voilà! You're a stah.