Glee’s “Jonathan Groff” Is Coming To HBO
Popular Glee star Jonathan Groff is headed to HBO, as the network picks up eight episode of a gay-themed dramedy. While the show is not yet titled, it follows three friends who live in San Francisco, and explores “the fun and sometimes overwhelming options available to a new generation of gay men.”
Entertainment Weekly reports that the show is set to air in 2014. It also stars Frankie J. Alvarez (Smash) and Murray Bartlett (Guiding Light).
Groff is most notably known for his role as main protagonist Rachel Berry’s (Lea Michele) sometimes lover, but he has also starred in a number of broadway shows, including Spring Awakening (2006), Hair (2007-08), Deathtrap (2010) and Red (2012). He has also guest starred on TV series The Good Wife (2012), Boss (2012) and One Life To Live (2007).
Source: Entertainment Weekly