The blogosphere is full of web TV inspiration for a writer like myself. Thanks to the Black Web TV Facebook page, I learned about “Wed-Locked” (http://www.saint-victor.net/www.saint-victor.net/Projects.html), a fabulous new comedy web TV show about Robert and Denise Davis, a young Black married couple who love each other and are working to keep their marriage together. They remind me of my own characters in my debut novel, Love’s Troubadours – Karma: Book One (www.lovestroubadours.com) and the current novel I am writing Love’s Troubadours – Symon: Book Two. “Wed-Locked” was launched in November. It features actress Karla Mosley of the soap opera “Guiding Light” and Lawrence Saint-Victor, the creator and executive producer of the series. Mosley and Saint-Victor worked together on the “Guiding Light” before it was cancelled. Mosley also serves as a producer for the show. Christina Faison directs the series.
You can watch the five episodes here: http://www.saint-victor.net/www.saint-victor.net/Screening_Room.html. Check them out on YouTube too: http://www.youtube.com/user/WedLocked09.
The show also has a Facebook page: http:www.facebook.comWedLockedWebSeriesv=info&ref=profile#/WedLockedWebSeries?v=wall&ref=profile.
You can also follow the show on Twitter: http://twitter.com/WedLockedTweet.
That’s all I am gonna say for now. I watched the preview video “Wed-Locked” on YouTube and fell head over heels in love. Yep I sure did! I will watch the series and share my thoughts about it soon. Until then, check out the preview video and a webisode about marriage counseling below.
I loved the interview that Lawrence Saint-Victor and Karla Mosley did on We Love Soaps because they discussed the power of creating their own show with their own stories. Indie artists creating indie content is amazing! Watch the interview below.
Enjoy your final day of 2009!
Peace and Creativity,