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Category Archives: Show News
By Maria Kern11 Dec 2013
Come April 2014, Los Angeles will be flooded with the rising stars of Internet television, all in town to celebrate the finest in online serial entertainment. The 5th Annual Indie Series Awards, formerly known as the Indie Soap Awards, and unofficially known as the Emmy’s of ITV, will celebrate ach…
By Toby Burns11 Sep 2013
What exactly defines the American Dream? Is it simply the promise of prosperity and the hope of a better life, or does it need to fulfill certain aesthetic requirements? Must it exist within the confines of a white picket fence and well-groomed hedges, softball tosses and Budweiser?
However you pic…
By Michael Sadowski08 Sep 2013
Brothers Mike and John Trupiano are just like you and your buddies.
They grew up together, they played sports, they moved away from their native Detroit, later got back together in Chicago, love football, and they spent their 20s wondering what they wanted to do when they grew up.
They also had the dis…
By Maria Kern22 Aug 2013
Pillars creator Scott Ludden grew up just as enchanted by Star Wars as the next kid, but it wasn’t until his first brush with Kubrick that he developed an appreciation for sci-fi that he has since parlayed into a show of his own. “My dad introduced me to 2001: A Space Odyssey and that was a game changer for…
By Maria Kern15 Aug 2013
KoldCast’s smart comedy series Mister French Taste offers a rare glimpse inside the world of a wealthy Hong Kong family. Targeting an international audience, the show explores cultural convergence and the hottest topic du jour: the ever enviable and forever elusive French way of life. Searching…
By Annie Cooper13 Aug 2013
Many of us may have missed it while we were consumed by Royal Babywatch 2013, but just recently, television history was made. Two series, released solely on Netflix – the dramatic series House of Cards, and the revival of the irreverent FOX comedy Arrested Development – garnered multi…
By Maria Kern09 Aug 2013
Unlike the traditional TV series spinoff or film franchise, KoldCast TV’s Strictly Sexual is a spinoff of the enormously successful indie film by the same name. Without straying too much from the original film, the series remains a fun, uncensored look at the modern relationship. Strictly Sexual…
By T6W Staff30 Jul 2013
KATIE BOLAND’S PROVOCATIVE NEW SERIES “LONG STORY, SHORT” PREMIERES AUGUST 19 ON KOLDCAST TV
First episode now available at KoldCast TV
“Boland is a bold new old-soul…” – The Globe and Mail
Toronto/Los Angeles, July 30, 2013 – Long Story, Short (11 x five minutes), an edgy, provocative and ho…
By Brad Pike26 Jul 2013
With the steadily declining cost of cheap, professional-grade film equipment, anyone, and that means anyone, can produce their own ITV comedy series, which explains why the vast majority of them don’t elicit much laughter at all. Today everybody is a content creator, but not everybody can create…
By Melissa Kandel24 Jul 2013
When The Office first permeated the American television landscape in early 2000s, it was hailed as a groundbreaking comedic gem. The UK-based show was an exploration into the previously untapped world of workplace banalities that drew laughter from the all-too-relatable drudge of 9-to-5 life.…