Deeply Superficial T-Shirts (with an original Cedar sachet)
Celebrating the TV Show written, produced and filmed in New Mexico.
"The Next Shitt's Creek!"
A gay entrepreneur, deep in the turmoil of his midlife crisis, confronts outlandish events involving his quirky, overbearing friends and family.
Deeply Superficial is a shockingly contemporary comedic series merging Friends with Modern Family for today’s sophisticated television audiences. It is the first television show to present an honest look at what being a middle-aged, gay, divorced man means.
Deep in the throws of his midlife crisis, a gay entrepreneur confronts outlandish events involving his quirky, overbearing friends and family. After being “gay married” for 24 years Marc Alexander gets “gay divorced” on a BRAVO TV show. He faces turmoil and an uncertain future.
Hoping to escape the fallout from his turbulent marriage, Marc launches an acting career, reenters the much changed dating world and starts therapy to discover his true self.
Complicating his situation are the quirky, overbearing and emotionally challenged friends that make up his tribe. They all live or work in his Albuquerque version of Melrose Place.
The gang is diverse, opinionated, wildly inappropriate and deeply flawed. Underneath all their witty banter and staunch opinions is a genuine love for each other that shows friends can be your family. They make the search for a healthy, productive life into a team sport.