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New TV Series ‘Twiz & Tuck’ Follows the Queer Road Trip of a Lifetime

New TV Series ‘Twiz & Tuck’ Follows the Queer Road Trip of a Lifetime

Written by Stephan Horbelt on March 08, 2017
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Viceland — the cable TV network begun back in February 2016 by Vice, a company that had previously stuck to print and digital media — has in its one-year run done an amazing job of highlighting queer stories. The Ellen Page-fronted Gaycation, a series in which she and her gay best friend travel the world and highlight various countries’ treatment of the LGBTQ community, has shone a much-needed spotlight on international queer issues. Now Viceland is about to premiere yet another queer-focused series, Twiz & Tuck — a true-life tale of self-discovery and friendship told through the queer road trip of a lifetime.

The six-episode documentary series will premiere Monday, March 27. You can watch the trailer below.

The series sees its two protagonists, best friends — one of whom is gender-fluid, the other trans — embarking on a bachelor party road trip to all the places that had an impact on Tuck’s life. They go from his Iowa hometown to Arizona to Vegas, ending in San Francisco.

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Twiz (left) and Tuck

Viceland couldn’t have found a more colorful duo of guys to highlight in this latest series.

Twiz is an artist and Brooklyn business owner with Tourette’s Syndrome with two master’s degrees.

Tuck is a self-proclaimed cheeseburger connoisseur and U.S. Army veteran, also living in Brooklyn, who is 10 years sober and currently writing a memoir about being trans and working in the porn industry. He’s engaged to his girlfriend Katie.

Watch the trailer for Twiz & Tuck below:


(Photos by Luther C. Redd for Viceland)

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