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First Look At LOOKING With Jonathan Groff & Social Media Coverage

The cast and crew of HBO's new drama series LOOKING, starring popular Broadway headliner and GLEE crossover star Jonathan Groff, have taken to social media to share a first look at themselves in action.

Groff and creator Michael Lannan can be spotted in one shot recently shared shot via Lannan's own very active Twitter and Instagram accounts, showing the series star and creator spooning during a lull in production.

Additionally, various shots of Russell Tovey, Frankie Alvarez, Murray Bartlett and some of the rest of the company of actors making up the exciting ensemble of the hotly anticipated new series can be seen in the various photos now available to view, as well.

On September 16, Lannan posted a San Francisco street with a film crew and trucks out front with the caption, "LOOKING begins" and since then regular updates have been provided, collected from his own account and elsewhere below.

Follow Michael Lannan on Twitter here.

The eight-episode order first season of the drama series stars Jonathan Groff and Russell Tovey, also featuring Scott Bakula in a recurring role, centering upon the lives of several gay men in contemporary San Francisco.

LOOKING was created by Michael Lannan and the pilot was directed by Andrew Haigh, the latter noted for the similarly unadorned and modern love-themed WEEKEND, also showcasing a gay central theme.

LOOKING is set to premiere in 2014. No official premiere date has yet been announced by HBO.

Of note, a behind the scenes sneak peek of LOOKING also recently was released, available here.

View the photos of the cast and crew of LOOKING, featuring Jonathan Groff, below.

Photo Credits: Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr

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