Web series Where The Bears Are returns for its second season on June 10.

Joining the cast in the new season will be comedian Margaret Cho, who plays the role of a dominatrix.

The comedy series combines a murder mystery plot and lots of large furry men.

In season one, three gay roommates attempted to solve the murder of a man who turned up dead in their Silver Lake, California bathroom the day after a birthday party.

Reggie (played by Rick Copp), Wood (Joe Dietl) and Nelson (Ben Zook) each claimed to have no recollection of meeting the man lying in their tub.

In a trailer for the show's sophomore season, Reggie is accused of murdering a local politician.

“Oh, this is like an episode of CSI,” Wood says. “Only a really hot gay porn version.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

In an interview with Frontiers LA, Zook said that the show's co-creators identify as “bears” and that the series is an exaggerated version of their own lives.

“Joe Dietl and I are partners who live in Silver Lake, and Rick lives downtown and part-time in Palm Springs,” said Zook. “We love going to bear functions around the country, so yes, we drew a great deal from our real lives. But the show is a comedy/murder mystery, so it's pretty wacky in comparison to our real lives. Our own lives aren't nearly as sexy or exciting. Rick Copp and I are actually playing very exaggerated versions of ourselves. However, Rick, who wrote the show, isn't nearly as mean as his character Reggie is. And I'd like to think I'm not as deluded in real life as my character, Nelson. However, Joe Dietl is as dumb as his character, Wood, is in real life. [Laughs] Just kidding.”