Easy Abby Season Two Expires in 9 Days

From the Director of Hannah Free and Jamie and Jessie are Not Together comes Easy Abby. They're crowdfunding for season two, and they're ready and waiting to give you perks.


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Easy Abby season two will not cease to exist in 9 days, but their crowdfunding campaign to fund season two will. Their goal is to raise $95,297 by February 9, and so far they have raised $3,983. With season one racking in over 12 million views, we were surprised that they were not closer to their goal. The only explanation we can think of is that those millions of viewers are unaware that the creators and cast of Easy Abby want to send you personalized thank you videos, autographed photos and scripts and they want to Skype you and listen to your storyline pitches for season two. Those are just a few of the perks you'll get for contributing to Easy Abby. Another perk, season two itself.

If Easy Abby has slipped past you, perhaps the lesbian films Hannah Free and Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together have caught your radar. The same director behind those films is the writer, director and producer of Easy Abby, a web series about awkwardness, sexiness and a 30-something lesbian trying to keep her life busy with odd jobs and women to help manage her anxiety disorder. 

Enough listening to us, check out the video below and hear why contributing to the making of Easy Abby season two is a great idea from the creators and cast themselves. If you decide you want to help fund this web series, visit their Indiegogo campaign (click here).

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