Our production team would like to raise money to bring forth the lightheartedness we deserve & show light on the unneeded stress in our lives. Reason being because our society's pressure on all human beings to become something they aren't has been detrimental to their well-being, happiness, and individuality.
This show deals with the underlying pressure of our society and forcing us to be the best at our job while undergoing the constant pressure of social media and camera at people's fingertips--we don't want to screw up nor disappoint, but the more we fret about it the more our lives go into a downward spiral and we continue to believe that our lives are not good enough no matter what happens, and once we spiral downwards our society makes us think there is no returning, yet there is and that is what this show is about. It's about confronting our natural born faults, gaining strength through the use of each other and facing adversity with an armor of confidence. It's the belief that there are those around you that believe in you and are willing to help you succeed. It's the concept of connectivity of love.
Our market size, considering Judd Hirsch is a part of the cast (shooting 3/2) and how it covers the life of a world reporter who ruined his entire career because of x reason(s), will reach thousands if not millions. This News fictional show will not be serious nor disheartening, but will be comedic and a touch to the soul. I am going to spend the funding on those young future creators who really want to join the team and get started with their careers, the rental of one of the studios for Judd Hirsch, and to help out the crew who have wanted to come on board. The synopsis is below:
Synopsis: Following split-personality Brian Willing(Anthony Aibel), a part-time street reporter who wants his job back after being fired from his desk anchor position on the 6:30 national news. The network’s CEO, Seymore Leibowitz(Judd Hirsch), intends to keep him where he is: a buffoon who inadvertently garners laughs and high ratings for the network’s No. 1 comedy show run by his 12-year-old granddaughter —a show that Willing is unaware he’s in. Before Willing can return to National Anchor, he must first return to himself, and in the process, he may try to help bring unity to a divided world. Very loosely based on Brian Williams’ firing at NBC news and his prevailing comeback at MSNBC.
Thank you for everything and we hope you can join our team as well!