Whatever this is. focuses on the lives of two film production assistants, Ari (Dylan Marron) and Sam (Hunter Canning), as they work themselves to the bone to try to establish a career for themselves in their chosen industry. Many of The Outs' cast return for Goldman's latest baby.
The quality of web shows has improved dramatically in the last few years, and with internet institutions embracing the art form, the bar has been raised even higher. We are experiencing a veritable web series renaissance right now.
Creator Tucky Williams set out to construct a fictional world of suburban lesbians where the characters seem like friends from down the block. These gals aren't glamazons, but they are flawed in ways that make them interesting.
It seems that funny shows about straight white guys are considered "comedies" while everything else is considered "niche." A lot of folks feel that I should describe my show as Girls with black people, or as a gay Awkward Black Girl, or as The L Word but funnier.
We haven't told our moms that we're making a Web series, because we sort of hope they never see it. Not really their cup of tea. It's more like the tea that would make them cry and wring their hands and wish we'd turned out better.