We want the 'Love, JD' girls to become a voice that the viewer can depend on and tune into every day. It's that special bond between women that we're aiming to characterize. And best of all, it's a lot of fun!
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 3, 2008
Sex, romance, relationships and unbridled "girl talk" take center stage five days a week at the virtual offices of "Love, JD", a webisodic comedy series debuting June 9 on YouTube. Already, the critics are raving: "Love, JD is the trashiest, flashiest web series on the Net today," blogs StyleHive.com. "Love, JD was created by celebrity handbag designer Junior Drake, and tells the story of seven fashionistas who work for a handbag company (get it?) in fashion-obsessed Los Angeles. It makes 'Sex and the City' look like 'Leave It to Beaver!'"
Who are these gorgeous girls? You've seen them at the hot parties, exclusive restaurants and expensive boutiques, but now you can catch up with them on daily webisodes of Love, JD at http://www.youtube.com/user/lovejdtv or http://www.lovejd.tv.
Viewers can tune into new webisodes of this viral comedy series about these sexy, savvy handbag executives coping with the realities of a world where ideal boyfriends exist on paper, half baked schemes are considered and sarcasm rules the day. Along the way, the girls find time to weigh in on any number of issues, while finding strength in each other as they navigate through the ever-brutal dating world. At its core, the show is unbridled girl talk with an edge.
"These girls have the ability to blow the lid off of issues that many women are reticent to discuss," says executive producer Dennis Brown. "We want the 'Love, JD' girls to become a voice that the viewer can depend on and tune into every day. It's that special bond between women that we're aiming to characterize. And best of all, it's a lot of fun!"
"Love, JD" did some early beta testing with the series during the first quarter: Now, with YouTube distribution, it is officially launching the series.
While most web-based concepts release only a handful of webisodes, "Love, JD" presents fresh, 2-3 minute segments Monday through Friday. In addition to hosting the daily webisodes, http://www.lovejd.tv will become a one-stop shop for its new collection of handbags that will bow this fall. Branded under the same name as the series, Love, JD bags will utilize the show's signature, young contemporary look. Average retail price points for the line will be $125-200.
Viewers will love the personalities of: JD, the "go to" ex-model turned CEO of the company; Aspen, the somewhat clueless receptionist; Dylan, the aristocratic know-it-all financier with an endless supply of life theories; Barcelona, a South American bisexual bombshell photographer; Mai, the 19-year-old immigrant lacking in life experiences; Romeo, the fiery, ultra-connected publicist; and Pia, the uptight operations manager. As the series progresses, viewers will also come to realize that the girls harbor a big secret, one that will add yet another layer of comedy and intrigue to the characters and situations at hand.
To get a daily fix of "Love, JD", log onto http://www.youtube.com/user/lovejdtv or http://www.lovejd.tv. For additional information and to learn more about the "Love, JD" girls, visit their MySpace pages at http://www.myspace.com/lovejdgirls.
Howard Ruben 818.823.1971
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