STAGE TUBE: Then We Got Help! Web Series Premieres with Broadway Talent
Then we got Help! (www.thenwegothelp.com). This new Web Series, which launched on Friday December 11th, mixes some of Broadway's brightest talents with TV and Film vets.
Actress/Writer/Director Julie Ann Emery (Hitch, ER, Dexter) brings together Screen Thesps Nicholas Rodriguez (Sex and the City 2, One Life to Live) and Kristen Shaw (Commander-in-Chief, The Last Castle) with Broadway vets Alan Campbell(Tony Nominee-Sunset Blvd, Contact), Sean Mahon (39 Steps, The Seafarer), Blake Hammond (Hairspray, Billy Elliott), and Kevin Earley (Tale of Two Cities, Thoroughly Modern Millie) as well as, Jessica Rush (Gypsy) and Susan Ferrara (Peasant) to match talents in an exciting new series created exclusively for the internet.
Then we got Help!
Four struggling couples need therapy. They get each other instead.
Group therapy without the Therapist.
A relationship comedy in the style of Modern Family and The Office, this web series tackles the issues today's couples face.
If you thought your relationship was messed up, wait till you see theirs.
Gerry and Terry, When Terry's business went under, Gerry went back to work and Terry became Mr. Mom to their 3 out of control kids. But this role swap is not going well.
Dan and Eric, an overweight life-of-the-party accountant, and his good-looking, still in school nutritionist partner at odds over how to live out their lives together.
Thom and Anna, Wall Street traders hit hard by the economy, but their firms missed the government bail-out. Now unemployed, they have the big screen TV, but no money to pay the cable bill.
Kenny and Jenny, a charming but struggling Country Music songwriter who doesn't know he's struggling; and his young Type A wife who gave up her dreams to pay the bills.
Each week, Emily (an under-employed shoe model) brings her cash-strapped friends together without a Therapist to talk about their problems and give each other advice---to sometimes hilarious and sometimes heart-breaking results. (And she's making a documentary of it all!) As Emily says, "We're going to prove to people that you don't have to have money to get help."
Catch a new episode each week at www.thenwegothelp.com