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After receiving a strange package in the mail, “Relativity” follows college student Erin Barclay as she unexpectedly finds herself hosting two strangers, artist Perry and grad student Candace. They are quickly placed in a life or death situation as the object in the package unsticks them from time, causing them to experience time jumps, but not in the same order. The series is structured so that the same ten episodes can be viewed in three different orders, each order following one character’s subjective experience of events, all the while raising questions about fate and mortality. But, you know, in a fun way.
Lady Parts is a feminist comedy about young female actors, the sexist nonsense they encounter on the job, and the moments that push them to stand up and fight back against it. One part sketch comedy, one part pop-culture criticism, all served up with a healthy dose of snark, Lady Parts is a look at the situation on the ground in the trenches of the entertainment industry. Based on the internationally featured blog www.SomeLadyParts.com.
STRAY is a “bromantic” comedy in which a brash gay dude, Jay, and a nerdy straight guy, Rich, talk sex and relationships.
##Jenny Slate Must Die
A web series about Annie Fuentes, a stand-up comedian who can’t shake a resemblance to Jenny Slate and decides to do something about it.
##Choose Your Own McGurskey
Ever wish you could control the outcome of your favorite show? Well, Choose Your Own McGurskey (CYOM), an absurdly hilarious video series about a washed-up, former macho man, lets the viewer do just that. The 17-episode interactive series lets viewers call the shots at the end of each episode, driving to the next video and ultimately controlling McGurskey’s fate in a bizarre narrative.
The Feels is an online show with super-short episodes, released one-a-day for a month. Instead of a big story arc, The Feels catches moments in the life of Charlie, a bisexual guy who’s got way too many feelings.
##Three Trembling Cities
Three Trembling Cities is an intimate portrait of the inner lives and daily struggles of the immigrants who make NYC’s heart tremble with hope. The first season follows two ‘circles’ of immigrants as they juggle jobs, relationships, family expectations and dreams.
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