- Director: Chris Kelly; Andrew DeYoung; Mike Karnell; Anu Valia
- Writer: Chris Kelly; Sarah Schneider
- Producer: John Skidmore; Cole Escola; Jake Fuller; Daniel Hank
Sadly, this quirky, sometimes punchy, little sitcom has been largely ignored by the 'LGBT' media. Wonder why!?!
It's not exactly [brutally] savage...but, it does stab incessantly at those [under-achieving] Millennials who have to face up to that [shock, horror] fact, Generation Z are starting to take over!
When talent is not a prerequisite for fame and fortune...gracias YouTube for all those grating 'influencers' and Justin Bieber look-alike-wanna-bes...Cary is a failed actor, who happens to be gay... Brooke is a failed dancer, who happens to be his sister...and then there is Chase, who happens to be their younger brother, sweet and talentless and a [wealthy] YouTube sensation.
Jealousies abound, vicarious fame gets a groping, licentious agents get exposed and pushy [and dumb] stage mums get a pounding...it's horrible to witness and [sometimes] hysterical to watch.
It's a nifty wee show that deserves a second series...when a Baby-boomer takes on GenZ...watch it to understand!
An aspiring actor and his sister Brooke, a former professional dancer, try to find their place in the world while wrestling with their feelings about their 13-year-old brother Chase's sudden rise to internet fame.