Inspector Mom - Kidnapped in Ten Easy Steps
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 6, 2007
Fireside Releasing is proud to announce the eagerly anticipated second installment of "Inspector Mom" that will air on the Lifetime Movie Network on Thursday, March 8th, 2007 at 8:00 P.M. EST.
"Inspector Mom - Kidnapped in Ten Easy Steps" follows the adventures of soccer mom and intrepid reporter, "Maddie Monroe", played by Danica McKellar ("The Wonder Years", "The West Wing"). Set against the backdrop of the latest craze - ballroom dancing - Maddie Monroe must discover the identity of dangerous kidnappers and bring them to justice before her best friend becomes their next victim. The cross marketing series that airs on TV and as original Webisodes seen only on http://www.lmn.tv is off to a great start, attracting a wide audience base and pleasing its sponsors with an alternative marketing approach.
Danica McKellar: Best known for her portrayal of Winnie Cooper on the hit television show The Wonder Years, McKellar made headlines when she returned to primetime television in Fall 2002 with a recurring role as "Elsie Snuffin" on the Emmy-Award winning series "The West Wing". Additional television guest-starring roles include starring in the feature length films Sci-Fi Channel's, "Path of Destruction", the CBS hit show "How I Met Your Mother", Lifetime's "Strong Medicine", the series finale of the award-winning "NYPD Blue", the critically-acclaimed "NCIS" and "Jack and Bobby".
Brad Keller - Director: A graduate of North Texas University, Keller has directed several feature films such as "A Killer Within", starring Sean Young and C Thomas Howell, and "Playing Dead." A film industry veteran since 1990, his credits include writing and producing, as well as teaching Film and Digital Processing at Texas colleges.
Joey Stewart - Producer: Joey Stewart met Keller in 1990 on the set of Oliver Stone's JFK, where they both worked as production assistants. Since then, he has gone on to produce Keller's "A Killer Within", as well as "Night of the White Pants", starring Selma Blair and Tom Wilkinson, "Hate Crime", with Bruce Davison, and "Rain", based on the VC Andrews novel starring Faye Dunaway. Stewart has overseen more than 25 feature and television projects over his career.
William Peirson: A talented young writer, William Peirson penned his first screenplay, "A Killer Within"at the age of 22, which became a favored rental at Blockbuster Home Video. He then went on to pitch the concept of "Inspector Mom" to Lifetime Television. William also took on the role of head writer, creating entertaining and exciting mysteries for both made for television movies and all ten webisodes.
Fireside Releasing is an independent production company located in Dallas, Texas that is dedicated to supporting quality film production.