TG Geeks Webcast Episode 242

The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️‍🌈 have a chat with Michael Nardelli, creator, writer, director, and actor in the new series Dark/Web featured on Amazon Prime. Michael gives us a look into the creation of the series and how it is important to the LGBTQ+ community. He and some of the other creatives and cast will be at LA Comic Con this next weekend doing a panel on Dark/Web. We also have a review of the series that you can find a link for below. Have a listen and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

About Michael Nardelli

Michael made his professional acting debut as Stradivarius Helberg on the television show Quintuplets. He then co-starred in the independent film Derby Stallion opposite Zac Efron and the comedy Grassroots, with Jason Biggs. Soon after, Michael portrayed a lovesick teenager in the 3D horror thriller The Collection and has recurred on various television shows including American Crime Story: The People Vs. OJ Simpson, Revenge, CSI: New York, and Nashville. His additional credits include starring in the Netflix psychological-thriller Circle, The Tribe and Hallmark Channel’s Christmas In Homestead.

Beyond acting, Michael has established himself as a producer and director. His film, Another Happy Day, wherein he also acted opposite Ezra Miller, Kate Bosworth, and Demi Moore. Additional films include The Giant Mechanical Man with Jenna Fisher and Dennis Doesn’t Live Here Anymore.

Michael is a self-proclaimed Sci-Fi, Comic Book, and gamer nerd. When he is not working, he loves to be involved with the PATH Organization, Autism Speaks, the Boys and Girls Club of Boyle Heights and NCJW LA. Michael received his Bachelor’s Degree in Film and Theater from USC.

About Dark/Web


Dark/Web is about the evolution of the internet which has given way to a world in crisis; one where everyone’s connected and no one is safe. Molly Solis (Noemi Gonzalez), a cyber securities analyst, understood these dangers better than anyone and was determined to find a way to keep people protected… until she vanished without a trace. Now, friends and foes from her past are in a race against time to decipher cryptic messages she’s left behind; tales that paint a grim picture of technology run amok. As the mystery deepens, they will discover the stories, and Molly herself may be concealing information that could change the world, or destroy it.

DARK/WEB is comprised of eight anthology segments, each dealing with different dangers of the tech age, connected by a serialized narrative uncovering the mystery behind Molly’s disappearance. In addition to Michael, the series stars Zelda Williams, Clare Kramer, Julie Benz, Nicholas Brendan and more. Produced by FELT FILMS, the series held a panel and screening at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con and the 2019 SCAD aTVfest and was released on July 19, 2019, on Amazon Prime in over 150 territories internationally.


In our second segment, we remember several folks we have lost in the last several weeks including Aaron Eisenberg. We also highlight recent articles posted to the in the past week. As always we have our birthdays and we have the ever-popular feedback segment.

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