Between Women, the number one LGBTQI web series

With over 11 million views on YouTube, "Between Women is asking for help to raise $100k to film a movie!



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Between Women TV will publicly announce their campaign today, asking their fans and supporters to help them raise $100k to making the web series a movie.  Tag Team Studios, the production company, has included distribution in this cost and is looking for a major network to pick up the series, to have the black LGBTQI on national TV.  Tag Team Studios wants to see black LGBTQI community widely represented in mainstream media. While the web series was wildly successful, the production company lacked financial resources to acquire proper distribution and continue production on the second season. The Kickstarter campaign is set to go live at 7pm EST and will count on social network to spread the word and get the community involved to donate.

 

         Between Women is still ranked number one, even after their shortened second season, Sarah Karian from Buzz Feed has reported. The show is in high demand especially after winning many awards nationwide from best director, best actress, best web series, and best writer for Michelle A. Daniel, also the executive producer and creator of the show. This show has incredible potential and their beloved fans are ready to throw their full support behind this campaign to see Between Women reach its full potential. Join us on this journey and SPREAD THE WORD!

 

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