Gerald McCullouch ("CSI," the BearCity franchise) is Colin McCormack, columnist, TV host and all-around stud. He thinks he's got it all until he finds himself falling for a much younger guy.
Dan Via plays Stew, a sarcastic law professor who's been happy to live in his best friend's reflected light. But when that light starts shining on someone else...
Jaime Cepero ("Smash") is Tee, the charismatic but troubled young intern who sweeps Colin off his feet.
Tamlyn Tomita (The Joy Luck Club, "Law & Order: LA" and "How to Get Away with Murder") is Sharlene, Colin's salty, straight-talking coworker at The Pittsburgh Times-Herald.
Scott Henry ("Chelsea Lately," Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2) plays jokester Mike Steinman, a fellow columnist and Colin's co-host on "The Pittsburgh Pulse."
Brooke Anne Smith (Mischief Night, MTV's "Awkward") is Amber, the young producer whose sorority-girl demeanor may or not be a (busty) front.
Richard Riehle (Office Space, BearCity 2: The Proposal) plays Al Rubin, the gruff managing editor of The Pittsburgh Times-Herald.
Jay Jackson ("Parks & Recreation") plays televangelist Rev. Irvin Lockwood, a vocal opponent of gay marriage, whose appearance on "The Pittsburgh Pulse" stirs up a whole mess of trouble.
John Rubinstein (Tony winner for Pippin, "Desperate Housewives") is Colin's beloved Uncle Liam, who recently married his partner of 17 years.
Mackenzie Astin ("Scandal," "The Facts of Life") is Paul, a good-natured history professor whose arrival on the scene marks another seismic shift in Colin and Stew's friendship.
Mia Matthews ("South Beach," "Every Witch Way") is Dr. Ackerman, the firm but caring therapist who will help Colin navigate the aftermath of his actions.