Edit Module

Blank My Life: Goodbye New York, Hello Hell

There’s no such thing as a secret in a small town, and being dead is a big secret.


Published:

Image: Blank My Life

 

Blank My Life: Goodbye New York, Hello Hell follows the new life of Susan, an out of work, bi-curious, New York millennial, who relocates to Ohio with her current boyfriend after the death of her best friend, Brendan.

 

 

In the small town of Socksville, Ohio, Susan scores a new job, a new girl to crush on, and begins to see a better life on the horizon, outside of New York. Little does she know that Brendan’s ghost traveled along with her to haunt her every move.

 

Blank My Life: Goodbye New York, Hello Hell is a surreal comedy about small towns, literal ghosts, and the secrets we keep to leave the past behind. Creator and Writer Alex Spieth is back as Susan, with Benjamin Viertel as her dead best friend, Brandon. The series also features Randy Kovitz (George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead , The Fault in Our Stars) , Donald Chang (UCB), and (rebeca) Rad .

 

Blank My Life began in 2015. The first season was hailed as “a unique and personal take on the ‘New York apartment comedy’ drama” and was featured on Jill Soloway’s internet platform as well as IndieWire’s project of the Day. The second season was featured at New York Webfest and Brooklyn Webfest. Season Two streams on BRIC TV and was honored as a finalist at the Brooklyn Free Speech Awards.

 

Previous talent has included Netflix’s Fuller House’s Adam Hagenbuch, Netlflix’s Seven Seconds’s Michelle Veintimilla , Broadway’s Wicked’s Jake Boyd and Emily Koch , and FX’s Pose’s MJ Rodriguez .

 

Blank My Life: Goodbye New York, Hello Hell will premiere on November 8, 2018 on Vimeo.

There will be an in-person screening on November 5th at Syndicated Bar Theater Kitchen (40 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY).

Check out their website and Facebook for more info.

 

 

Edit ModuleEdit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Related Articles

7 Reasons Why Bisexuality Is Just A “Fashion”

Veteran country warbler Dolly Parton recently voiced that old (ahem, sorry, “new”) chestnut of an opinion in an interview with British newspaper The Sun - that bisexuality is just a “fashion”. Curve explains why she’s totally right

Doggy Dates Toronto Presents...

Don't You Want Me launch party and exhibition.

Lessons From Three Years Of Being Out And Proud

Just over three years ago I came out as a lesbian.

Talking Politics with Arden Walentowski of Let’s Get Civical

There’s a new podcast in town to teach you everything your high school civics class should have covered but probably didn’t.

Add your comment: