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Congrats to Brad Bell and Jane Espenson on their STREAMY nomination for “Husbands” - !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well deserved…

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

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💗The Barbie ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!!!💗 Thank you @itsmejessicaszohr for the nomination! I’m nominating @gabby_applegate @beaudunn @thetylershields and Toby Hemingway!!!! Please repost and donate to www.alsa.org thank you!!! #alsicebucketchallenge #alsa #charity #letsdonate #barbie

YES!!!  Brava to Alessandra Torresani - “Haley” in “Husbands” The Series for taking up the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!  She joins Sean Hemeon in having braved the icy down pour…lol.

What does that mean?  That’s right…  The CLOCK IS A TICKIN’ for Brad Bell and Jane Espenson to do the same!  :D  

Be sure to give them some encouragement at @GoCheeksGo janeespenson and teamhusbands 

YES!!!  ALS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!
Go @SeanHemeon Go!!!!!!! 
Now we just have the clock a tickin’ for Brad Bell, Jane Espenson & Alessandra Torresani!!!
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GO GO GO!!!!!!!!!!  teamhusbands - We love you!

YES!!!  ALS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!

Go @SeanHemeon Go!!!!!!! 

Now we just have the clock a tickin’ for Brad Bell, Jane Espenson & Alessandra Torresani!!!

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GO GO GO!!!!!!!!!!  teamhusbands - We love you!

"HUSBANDS" - YOU HAVE BEEN CHALLENGED!!!!!!!!!

It’s ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE Time for @TeamHusbands - Including: Brad Bell, Jane Espenson, Sean Hemeon AND Alessandra Torresani - courtesy of Ryan Liberty!

This @TeamHusbands fan has taken the plunge and dared our favorites to show their support for #ALS by … well, getting COLD & WET!  

They have 24 Hours to respond!  Go ENCOURAGE them on TWITTER by retweeting this:

https://twitter.com/ryanalysis/status/501117976733810689

GO GO GOOOOOOOOOOOO!

JANE ESPENSON AND BRAD BELL Tease SEASON 4 And The FUTURE of “HUSBANDS” 

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by Lisa Granshaw

In 2011, a webseries called Husbands premiered on the scene, making a major impact on the landscape of independently made online programming. Following a gay couple as they deal with accidentally getting married and deciding to stay married so as not to hurt the marriage equality cause, the show addressed important cultural issues while never losing its humor. It received numerous awards and critical acclaim for how it cleverly added a twist to the newlywed sitcom format. Three years later, it’s still making people laugh and think as it moves from airing on platforms like YouTube to a major network’s digital studio. 

From the start, series creators, writers, and executive producers Jane Espenson and Brad Bell had confidence the show would be a success. Bell, who stars in the show as Cheeks and acts as showrunner, told the Daily Dot he was certain a Husbands audience was out there, and that audience is the entire reason they made the show.

“That audience started with Jane and me, really, because we made the show we wanted to see. And I just had this feeling, like when you see a midnight screening and think, ‘This is going to be huge,’” Bell said. “The world was more than ready. It’s as if they were already missing the show, before it was ever made.”

Espenson, a veteran TV writer known for her work on hit shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Once Upon a Time among others, agreed that the time was right for the series and said they totally imagined it could take off. 

“I remember saying, ‘If we don’t do this, in five years there will be a show on NBC called Husbands that will be this show, but I think we can do it better. Let’s get a jump on it because we’re five years ahead of the curve,’ and that was in 2011,” she said. “Here we are coming up and things happened faster than anybody anticipated. Instead of five years, it’s three years and we’ve grown and we’re a part of the CW family, and we’re gonna make more.”

Season 3 ended in October, and while they’ve produced no new content since then, Espenson feels the show has still been catching fire this year. This season was the first created in partnership with CW’s digital-only studio CW Seed. After their agent mentioned to the pair that CW was looking for a comedy, they set up a meeting and discovered the executives were already fans.

“They knew character names and had favorite lines. It was pretty surreal,” Bell said. “I went in thinking we were going to have about four and a half seconds to either capture their attention or flop, since that’s more the norm when you’re pitching. But instead, they knew the show, and they got the show. They were basically like, ‘We love what you do. Keep doing that. That’s your note.’ No part of the process was changed by working with them, which allowed us to be even more on top of our game creatively, because there wasn’t anyone standing over our shoulders.” 

Before moving to CW Seed, the show had turned to Kickstarter for help developing season 2. The experience was so positive Espenson said she’d use it again. One of the things she thought was great about the campaign was how easy it made it to find out who their fans are; it’s clear the audience they reach through the series is important to both creators. 

Male and female, gay and straight, and old and young alike seem able to relate to Husbands, and the fans tell the creators as much online and in-person at events such as San Diego Comic-Con. Espenson said they’ve even had couples come up to them and admit to being born-again Christians and loving the show, despite the apparent contradiction. When this happens, she sees directly affect her fellow creator.

“Something [Bell] strongly believes in is that there are bridges to be made, that people get so passionate about something they put up walls where they don’t have to be. You can find allies in unexpected places,” Espenson told the Daily Dot. “Just working with him and thinking with him about that has made me realize some of the things we do inadvertently, such as when we do put so much emphasis on ‘the women of sci-fi’ as opposed to just saying ‘the great minds of sci-fi and look how many of them are women,’ I think there’s a slightly different message there. I hope we don’t end up in a ‘women versus men’ or ‘gay versus straight’ or ‘Christian versus atheist’ situation all the time. It should be that everybody benefits.”

They hope to continue building these bridges with the series as they enter season 4, which is currently in the writing stage according to Espenson. It may have been a while since fans got their Husbands fix, but they have a lot to look forward to next season as the creators try to touch on a variety of storylines, from romantic to political to current events. Of course they’ll also always include the distinct voice of Bell’s character Cheeks and get back to the question of whether the love is enough to carry these two accidental newlyweds through it all.

While there have been calls for Husbands to finally make the transition to TV, for now it looks like anyone who wants to watch season 4 will have to keep their eyes on CW Seed. Still, there just might be a lot more on the horizon for fans to look forward to if Bell’s comments about season 4 are any indication:

“I can’t say much, which often gets me accused of being a tease. But seriously, I legally can’t say anything. In fact, I’ve already said too much! But I’ll say just this much more… There are still some details to figure out, but a full-scale invasion has always been on Husbands' big gay agenda,” he said. “I have a feeling that this time next year, we might just be inescapable.”

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

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To All “Husbands” Fans:  HAPPY CHEEKY FRIDAY!!!  

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson
Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel
Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/
Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/
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To All “Husbands” Fans:  HAPPY CHEEKY FRIDAY!!!  

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

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#TBT - Say hello to Pre-Husbands Cheeks!!!

Music Video: “T.C.M.C.”  (They Call Me Cheeks)

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#WERK

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

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More HOTness from HOT AS HELL this weekend… @TeamHusbands @GoCheeksGo @JaneEspenson @SeanHemeon #HAH2 pic.twitter.com/gRcMY4Jcq3


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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell &amp; Jane Espenson
Formats:  Sitcom &amp; Graphic Novel
Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/
Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/
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More HOTness from HOT AS HELL this weekend…

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

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Jane Espenson, Brad Bell Talk ‘Frozen’ on ‘Once Upon a Time’

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Via ShowbizJunkies 

Location: The #SDCC “Penny Dreadful” Party!!!

Writer Jane Espenson discusses the Frozen storyline on Once Upon a Time, what fans of the movie can expect of Elsa in the show, and what’s happening on Husbands with Brad Bell. The interview took place at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con.

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

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July 31, 2014



Fan favorite writer and producer Jane Espenson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Torchwood, Once Upon A Time) took some time out of her hectic Comic Con schedule to sit down and chat with Geekscape about her show, Husbands.

Espenson co-created Husbands with Brad Bell  in 2011, solely for distribution on digital platforms such as Blip, YouTube and Roku. Husbands follows Cheeks (Bell) and Brady Kelly (Sean Hemeon) as a gay couple who drunkenly tie the knot in Vegas to celebrate the federal amendment for marriage equality, and stay married for fear that a divorce would devastate both the same-sex marriage cause and their careers.
The show quickly built up a large fan base, and for their second season, Epsenson and Bell ran a successful Kickstarter campaign, reaching 120% of their goal. The third season, and the upcoming fourth season, were  produced in partnership with CW Seed.
Husbands is known for its send-up of sitcom tropes, its brilliant humor (which often is layered over biting social commentary), and its intelligent and sharp comedic style. Guest stars on the show are another draw; Joss Whedon appears in every episode in season two as Wes; other guest stars include Jon Cryer, Mekhi Phifer, Felicia Day, Amber Benson, Emma Caulfield, Dichon Lachman, Nathan Fillion, Amy Acker, Seth Green and Michael Hogan and Beth Grant as Brady’s parents.
So we were very excited to sit down and talk about the show, how it started, and where it’s going with Jane Espenson herself.

Q: So, did you work with Brad prior to Husbands? How did the show come to be?
A: This is the first thing we’ve done together, other than a little stage play we worked on together. He had developed the character of Cheeks online, on YouTube, and had a number of videos up there that I found and fell in love with, and I finally reached out to him over Twitter, and we became lunch friends. We started talking about what we could do together.
He had the idea of doing an online comedy, and he had an idea of him and Alessandra [Torresani]  as young actors in LA, and I was like, ‘What’s more current events-y? What’s more, going on in LA? What’s a show you can only do now?’ and he said, “what if it’s a show about newlyweds?’ and I  said ‘Yes, that show will exist in five years, and it will be on NBC, and it will be called Husbands.”  And we were like, ‘Let’s just make it oursleves!’
Right away it was clear that this was something we were going to make ourselves, we weren’t going to go out and pitch it, we had a very clear vision for it. And that night, he did the first pass on the script that become our first story. And we filmed that, and we put it out there, and it got so much positive reception and made it so clear that there was an audience. So, we used that as part of a Kickstarter campaign for season two, and then the third and fourth stories were all through the CW Seed. And they’ve been amazing. It’s really the best way, I think, if you want creative control. We also realized how valuable it is to have good input from someone who has objectivity on the series, so we have readings and producers read the scripts, for the feedback.
Q. So the first episodes were really short, only two or three minutes each. Why did you decide to go with that format?
A. It was one sitcom length story, we just released it a scene at a time. In later seasons we released it an act at a time. But it’s the same number of scenes, and they add up to standard sitcom length.
Q. Did you know beforehand that you were going to release just short scenes? 
A. We knew beforehand, because at the time no one would click on anything that was longer than three minutes. It was just how people used YouTube then. So we were like, let’s just make sure no scene is longer than two-and-a-half pages. And we were very strict about that. We’ve loosened up on that a little because we are releasing things of a longer length, but it’s still a standard sitcom length story.
Q. Did keeping the scenes so short affect the way you approached the writing?
A. A little bit, just because you had to be very draconian with yourself. You couldn’t indulge in a three page run of puns, it was like, no, this scene has to end now. So in that sense it tightened our writing up. But we both have very good instincts, about when a scene is over. If you look at our scripts now, it’s rare that a scene goes over three pages. We had a big exception, with the first scene of “I Dream of Cleaning” episode, was a really long scene, but it was really broken up into what we call French Scenes, where somebody exits and a new scene starts. So if you look at it that way, we still kept ourselves very strict. The scenes were still quite short.
Q. So the Kickstarter was very successful. What was it like using Crowd sourcing for your funding?
A. We knew it was going to be a certain amount of work. Tania del Rio, who’s an artist who works with us, she designs our T-shirts and our poster, and one of the stories in our comic book, she ran the Kickstarter campaign. Like, she ran the shipping, which is one of the bigger jobs. We already had content, since we had season one, so a lot of our work–those two difficult things–what do you present, and how do you get the rewards out–were already done. So we just sat back and watch the numbers roll. It was amazing. We knew, in just a few hours, that we were going to make our goal. I just kept texting Brad in the middle of the night ‘We just got $500 more dollars!”
But then it’s a little nerve wracking, because any one can take their money back. So we had one big donor, and for awhile, if he had backed out, we wouldn’t have made our goal. But once we had the cushion, then we started breathing.
Q. You have quite the list of guest stars in Husbands…
A. Yes. Jon Cryer, we were very happy to work in Jon Cryer. And Joss Whedon coming is as Wes was amazing. And there was Amy Acker, Michael Hogan…
Q. Including quite a few that also are on Thrilling Adventure Hour…
A. (laughs) That’s true. Nathan Fillion, Michael Hogan….I think Michael Hogan did Thrilling Adventure Hour because I recommended him, because I knew what a great sport he’d been on Husbands. I’d worked with him on Battlestar [Galactica], but with Husbands I got to hang out with Michael a lot more. Battlestar was in Vancouver, and I didn’t get up there much, so I never really hung out with Michael. Being here, on our set, what a fun guy Michael Hogan is. I would work with him anytime, any day. He’s a great guy. So different than Colonel Tigh.
I mean, I knew good people that I wanted to reach out to. And then to have all of them respond so positively to the material…and then to meet new people, like John Cryer, who Brad and I didn’t know, or Mikhi Phifer, who is just really, really great. And that was something that we wanted to do, we really wanted to have this be a part of the civil rights movement, and we wanted Brady to have a baseball friend.
Q. One of the things the series has been getting a lot of buzz about is the deftly it handles the social issues while still remaining a sitcom. Do you find that difficult?
A. That is all Brad. He is a very political animal, and a very socio-political animal. And he’s always got stuff, on any topic, and you’ll say ‘what about this? I haven’t really thought about this yet.’ and he’ll say, ‘oh, I have.’ He’s very well reasoned, and he has opinion that are the next opinion. He doesn’t go with the crowd, he’s always the guy going ‘Well, yeah, but…’
So when we all thought it was great that we have these very masculine men being written into these shows on TV,  Brad was going ‘Why is masculine being better? What’s wrong with femininity?’ And just like that, your eyes open. And in example after example after example, your eyes get opened. Like, if you say ‘Isn’t it great that so-and-so came out of the closet? Isn’t it great they’re getting all this recognition?’ And Brad’s saying ‘Not everybody had a choice to come out. Where’s the recognition for the people that were always out? That didn’t have a choice?’ And it’s really made the show something special. And Cheek’s moments, where he talks about that, are the most-watched part of our show.
Watch the Husbands trailer below and let us know what you think! Did we ask Jane all the right questions? What did you want to know?

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July 31, 2014

Fan favorite writer and producer Jane Espenson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Torchwood, Once Upon A Time) took some time out of her hectic Comic Con schedule to sit down and chat with Geekscape about her show, Husbands.

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Espenson co-created Husbands with Brad Bell  in 2011, solely for distribution on digital platforms such as Blip, YouTube and Roku. Husbands follows Cheeks (Bell) and Brady Kelly (Sean Hemeon) as a gay couple who drunkenly tie the knot in Vegas to celebrate the federal amendment for marriage equality, and stay married for fear that a divorce would devastate both the same-sex marriage cause and their careers.

The show quickly built up a large fan base, and for their second season, Epsenson and Bell ran a successful Kickstarter campaign, reaching 120% of their goal. The third season, and the upcoming fourth season, were  produced in partnership with CW Seed.

Husbands is known for its send-up of sitcom tropes, its brilliant humor (which often is layered over biting social commentary), and its intelligent and sharp comedic style. Guest stars on the show are another draw; Joss Whedon appears in every episode in season two as Wes; other guest stars include Jon Cryer, Mekhi Phifer, Felicia Day, Amber Benson, Emma Caulfield, Dichon Lachman, Nathan Fillion, Amy Acker, Seth Green and Michael Hogan and Beth Grant as Brady’s parents.

So we were very excited to sit down and talk about the show, how it started, and where it’s going with Jane Espenson herself.

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Q: So, did you work with Brad prior to Husbands? How did the show come to be?

A: This is the first thing we’ve done together, other than a little stage play we worked on together. He had developed the character of Cheeks online, on YouTube, and had a number of videos up there that I found and fell in love with, and I finally reached out to him over Twitter, and we became lunch friends. We started talking about what we could do together.

He had the idea of doing an online comedy, and he had an idea of him and Alessandra [Torresani]  as young actors in LA, and I was like, ‘What’s more current events-y? What’s more, going on in LA? What’s a show you can only do now?’ and he said, “what if it’s a show about newlyweds?’ and I  said ‘Yes, that show will exist in five years, and it will be on NBC, and it will be called Husbands.”  And we were like, ‘Let’s just make it oursleves!’

Right away it was clear that this was something we were going to make ourselves, we weren’t going to go out and pitch it, we had a very clear vision for it. And that night, he did the first pass on the script that become our first story. And we filmed that, and we put it out there, and it got so much positive reception and made it so clear that there was an audience. So, we used that as part of a Kickstarter campaign for season two, and then the third and fourth stories were all through the CW Seed. And they’ve been amazing. It’s really the best way, I think, if you want creative control. We also realized how valuable it is to have good input from someone who has objectivity on the series, so we have readings and producers read the scripts, for the feedback.

Q. So the first episodes were really short, only two or three minutes each. Why did you decide to go with that format?

A. It was one sitcom length story, we just released it a scene at a time. In later seasons we released it an act at a time. But it’s the same number of scenes, and they add up to standard sitcom length.

Q. Did you know beforehand that you were going to release just short scenes? 

A. We knew beforehand, because at the time no one would click on anything that was longer than three minutes. It was just how people used YouTube then. So we were like, let’s just make sure no scene is longer than two-and-a-half pages. And we were very strict about that. We’ve loosened up on that a little because we are releasing things of a longer length, but it’s still a standard sitcom length story.

Q. Did keeping the scenes so short affect the way you approached the writing?

A. A little bit, just because you had to be very draconian with yourself. You couldn’t indulge in a three page run of puns, it was like, no, this scene has to end now. So in that sense it tightened our writing up. But we both have very good instincts, about when a scene is over. If you look at our scripts now, it’s rare that a scene goes over three pages. We had a big exception, with the first scene of “I Dream of Cleaning” episode, was a really long scene, but it was really broken up into what we call French Scenes, where somebody exits and a new scene starts. So if you look at it that way, we still kept ourselves very strict. The scenes were still quite short.

Q. So the Kickstarter was very successful. What was it like using Crowd sourcing for your funding?

A. We knew it was going to be a certain amount of work. Tania del Rio, who’s an artist who works with us, she designs our T-shirts and our poster, and one of the stories in our comic book, she ran the Kickstarter campaign. Like, she ran the shipping, which is one of the bigger jobs. We already had content, since we had season one, so a lot of our work–those two difficult things–what do you present, and how do you get the rewards out–were already done. So we just sat back and watch the numbers roll. It was amazing. We knew, in just a few hours, that we were going to make our goal. I just kept texting Brad in the middle of the night ‘We just got $500 more dollars!”

But then it’s a little nerve wracking, because any one can take their money back. So we had one big donor, and for awhile, if he had backed out, we wouldn’t have made our goal. But once we had the cushion, then we started breathing.

Q. You have quite the list of guest stars in Husbands…

A. Yes. Jon Cryer, we were very happy to work in Jon Cryer. And Joss Whedon coming is as Wes was amazing. And there was Amy Acker, Michael Hogan…

Q. Including quite a few that also are on Thrilling Adventure Hour…

A. (laughs) That’s true. Nathan Fillion, Michael Hogan….I think Michael Hogan did Thrilling Adventure Hour because I recommended him, because I knew what a great sport he’d been on Husbands. I’d worked with him on Battlestar [Galactica], but with Husbands I got to hang out with Michael a lot more. Battlestar was in Vancouver, and I didn’t get up there much, so I never really hung out with Michael. Being here, on our set, what a fun guy Michael Hogan is. I would work with him anytime, any day. He’s a great guy. So different than Colonel Tigh.

I mean, I knew good people that I wanted to reach out to. And then to have all of them respond so positively to the material…and then to meet new people, like John Cryer, who Brad and I didn’t know, or Mikhi Phifer, who is just really, really great. And that was something that we wanted to do, we really wanted to have this be a part of the civil rights movement, and we wanted Brady to have a baseball friend.

Q. One of the things the series has been getting a lot of buzz about is the deftly it handles the social issues while still remaining a sitcom. Do you find that difficult?

A. That is all Brad. He is a very political animal, and a very socio-political animal. And he’s always got stuff, on any topic, and you’ll say ‘what about this? I haven’t really thought about this yet.’ and he’ll say, ‘oh, I have.’ He’s very well reasoned, and he has opinion that are the next opinion. He doesn’t go with the crowd, he’s always the guy going ‘Well, yeah, but…’

So when we all thought it was great that we have these very masculine men being written into these shows on TV,  Brad was going ‘Why is masculine being better? What’s wrong with femininity?’ And just like that, your eyes open. And in example after example after example, your eyes get opened. Like, if you say ‘Isn’t it great that so-and-so came out of the closet? Isn’t it great they’re getting all this recognition?’ And Brad’s saying ‘Not everybody had a choice to come out. Where’s the recognition for the people that were always out? That didn’t have a choice?’ And it’s really made the show something special. And Cheek’s moments, where he talks about that, are the most-watched part of our show.

Watch the Husbands trailer below and let us know what you think! Did we ask Jane all the right questions? What did you want to know?

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Brad Bell and Sean Hemeon — Husbands Season 1

#VivaLasVegas lol xxD

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

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SDCC 2014: Jane Espenson of ‘Husbands’ returns to Comic-Con - via Fanboy Comics

At SDCC 2014, Jane Espenson, one of the creators of ‘Husbands,’ talks with FBC’s Bryant Dillon about what’s next for groundbreaking series and more.

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED

Watch:  www.cwseed.com

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Via @hawaiian_wahine  - 
@TeamHusbands enjoying the look of intense focus while a fan asked a question@SDCC 2014 panel. :D pic.twitter.com/4h9Bjtrnzz

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell &amp; Jane Espenson
Formats:  Sitcom &amp; Graphic Novel
Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/
Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/
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Watch:  www.cwseed.com
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Via @hawaiian_wahine  - 

enjoying the look of intense focus while a fan asked a question@SDCC 2014 panel. :D

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED

Watch:  www.cwseed.com

or

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed

"Husbands" at San Diego Comic Con 2014:
Brad Bell &amp; Jane Espenson

Via @GoCheeksGo - 
They&#8217;ll be available online later this week! RT @_cerberus_ @JaneEspenson @GoCheeksGo oh, that t-shirt is AWESOME! I want one!

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell &amp; Jane Espenson
Formats:  Sitcom &amp; Graphic Novel
Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/
Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/
SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED
Watch:  www.cwseed.com
or
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed

"Husbands" at San Diego Comic Con 2014:

Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Via @GoCheeksGo - 

They’ll be available online later this week! RT @_cerberus_ @JaneEspenson @GoCheeksGo oh, that t-shirt is AWESOME! I want one!

- - - 

“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED

Watch:  www.cwseed.com

or

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed