Meet the "cosmetic genetics": friends, lovers, and situational enemies who form a vibrant, unexpected harmony of comedy, romance, and drama.
Hector "Zario" del Rosario is excited to begin life as an openly gay man in Los Angeles, but he can't keep his straight housemates out of his love life. After an intense breakup, his college friend Alexander organizes a high-stakes bet to find new romantic prospects for Zario.
Ellington Gomez has his hands full, usually with an assortment of beautiful women, but when he receives an SOS from his gay younger brother Marshall, it becomes apparent that a little change might be the best thing to happen to him.
Jericho "Jay" Kim doesn't like staying in the same place long enough for the smell to stick, so when he moves in with struggling actor Sunji Spencer, he figures eight months, twelve tops. Only when Zario moves in does Jay manage to find an increasing amount of reasons to stay.
Adapted by show creator C.S.R. Calloway, Pretty Dudes: The Novel brings Zario and his friends into a rich, textured new medium, combining their kaleidoscopic experiences into bold, ever-changing patterns of humor, heartbreak, and hope. Put your nose in it.