Looking: Season 1

Looking: Season 1

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In San Francisco, three friends explore the joys and complications of modern life as gay men - where the options can seem overwhelming.




Looking for Now

Patrick deals with news of his ex's engagement, Agustín prepares... More to move in with his boyfriend, and Dom considers reconnecting with an old flame.


Looking for Uncut

Dom helps Agustín move into Frank's house in Oakland while... More discussing Patrick's love life. Back in San Francisco, Patrick goes on a date with Richie, and Dom has an encouraging reunion with Ethan.


Looking at Your Browser History

Patrick goes to a party on an aircraft carrier for... More a video-game launch, where he meets his new boss. Meanwhile, Dom shares his plans for a Portuguese restaurant with Doris, and Agustín gets fired for criticizing a sculpture.


Looking for $220/Hour

Dom asks Lynn to lunch, but is unsure if it... More is for business or pleasure. Meanwhile, Patrick and Kevin's outing is interrupted by a call from the latter's boyfriend, and Agustín considers hiring help for an art project.


Looking for the Future

Patrick calls in sick to work so he can spend... More the day exploring with Richie. They see the sights of San Francisco while discussing their pasts and what they want to do in their futures.


Looking in the Mirror

Dom's feelings for Lynn grow as they discuss becoming business... More partners, a frustrated Agustín introduces CJ to Frank, and Patrick introduces Richie to his friends at Dom's 40th birthday party.


Looking for a Plus-One

Patrick is nervous about Richie meeting his family at his... More sister's wedding. Unsure of himself, Agustín pulls out of an art exhibition and fights with Frank, while Dom ignores Lynn's advice as they prepare for the restaurant pop-up. opening.


Looking Glass

Frank tells Agustín what is on his mind, Patrick tries... More fixing what is broken in his life, while Dom's restaurant pop-up event sees Patrick and Agustín show up, as does Lynn, with a surprising guest.

Looking: Season 1 | Reviews

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

“Looking” treats its highly specific circle of gay men with warmth and playfulness

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Unlike “Girls,” it feels less self-conscious about being provocative, with the situations flowing organically out of the characters. It is also, happily, occasionally pretty funny.

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Huffington Post

Huffington Post

“Looking” has much to recommend it: The performances are nuanced and subtle, the mens’ quests for different kinds of emotional and sexual intimacy are handled with matter-of-fact confidence and skill...

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Looking: Season 1 | Release Details

Looking: Season 1 is available to stream in New Zealand now on Neon.