It’s really a story about friendship – she’s got her girlfriends there – and listening to yourself, figuring out who the right person is to settle down with, and creating the life that you want to be living in 10 years, so you don’t have so much regret about the person that you’ve become. We got really lucky because Sallie Patrick was one of the writers on , and she came on and rewrote this entire script for us.
She knew me really well, so we sat together, for over a month, with Liz Allen, the director, and really talked about a lot of things.
So, with her future self using an app to send her helpful little texts, Lucy could finally be headed towards the future of her dreams.
During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, actress Shiri Appleby () talked about how this web series came about, how she ended up signing on for her first gig as producer, how she can’t wait to try her hand at directing, assembling such an amazing cast (including Taylor Kinney, Bryce Johnson, Mircea Monroe and Martin Starr), and shooting the entire series in 10 days, with exactly the same approach as a regular TV show. Shiri Appleyby: I think the show is really about the moment when a girl starts listening to the voice in her head, and listens to her subconscious to make decisions.
An ordinary guy escapes his turbulent home life when he is invited to an exclusive Hollywood party by his movie star friend, only to discover that there's more to the glamorous world than meets the eye.
This is just so great for me, after my quiet alone valentine's day this year, this web series enchanted me. I watched a lot of TV series and I realized I just kinda easy to get bored when the TV series that I love just made some no-need-complicated-issues in their stories rather than straight to the point.
Lucy seems to have all the answeres, a goodlooking fiance, a job at a cool web design firm, but someone keeps texting her strange messages that things aren't as great as they seem.