From Britain's Channel 4, who gave us the groundbreaking "Queer as Folk", comes as exhilarating six-part series about the loves of a group of multiracial, pansexual friends, lovers and relatives living in London's trendy Notting Hill. This infectious, light hearted romp focuses on young Kwame (Noel Clarke), a sexy, straight 17 year old who is trying to get his two dads, Max (Rikki Beadle Blair) and Jordan (Karl Collins), back together again. That is, when he's not trying to attract the attention of the girl of his dreams, the beautiful Asha (Rebecca Varney). Kwame's two gay best friends aren't having an easier time of it either, what with boyish Dean (Paul Keating) having a crush on daddy Max, and punky Bambi (Davie Fairbanks) unable to get his older boyfriend Robin (Michael Dotchin) to settle down. Add to the mix Max's lesbian sister, Asha's lesbian best friend, and Max and Jordan's new love interests, and you've got a recipe for the most hip, fun, and music filled soap opera you've ever seen.