Quarterlife (ended 2008)


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Quarterlife is a web series that briefly aired on NBC as a tv show and is now available on YouTube and MySpace, about a group of twenty-somethings coming into their own and enduring a 'quarterlife crisis. The group of friends includes Dylan (Bitsie Tulloch), a writer who starts blogging about her life and friends on Quarterlife, a social networking site, and her roommates Debra (Michelle Lombardo) who struggles with anxiety and works in a hardware store, and Lisa (Maite Schwatz), an actress and bartender who starts singing for a band despite self-esteem issues. They also hang out with next-door neighbor Jed (Scott Michael Foster), a filmmaker recently done with school, Danny (David Walton), Jed's roommate and business partner, and Debra's ex, Andy (Kevin Christy), who also works with Jed and Danny, and Eric (Mike Faiola), a friend from Debra's past who visits and ends up staying because of his attraction to Dylan. Dylan's friends aren't happy when they find out that she's been blogging about their personal lives, but in order to keep their support system alive, they'll have to overcome their reservations. As they try to make it through their careers and complicated relationships, the only things that might be able to get them through a quarterlife crisis are their friends.

From the creative team responsible for My So-Called Life comes a drama about six 20-somethings trying to find their way in the world. Initially quarterlife launched on MyspaceTV.com in November of 2007. After an initial airing on NBC, quarterlife has been picked up by Bravo where the remaining 5 episodes will air.


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getting over your ex, indie rock soundtrack, teen angst, isolation from society, social issues