Gridlocked

gridlockedInspired by character driven sketch comedy series such as Portlandia, Saturday Night Live and Kids In The Hall, GRIDLOCKED is a 7-episode digital-series that takes the audience inside seven different cars stuck in the same GRIDLOCKED traffic jam. The wildly different characters from car to car, enduring their own absurdlity, intersect into the lives of the cars around them via synchronicity. This through-line style of sketch based storytelling gives the story more heart than 1-n-done style sketches and creates a cohesive world admidst of chaos and impersonal nature that defines traffic.

GRIDLOCKED is comprised of an all star team directed by Emmy and Streamy nominated director Scott M. Brown (Larry King Now, Destroy the Alpha Gammas and Stockholm) and written by Zack Gold (Upright Citizens Brigade). Episodes include the familiar faces, Andrew Keegan (10 Things I Hate About You, Camp Nowhere), Richard Riehle (Office Space, Bridesmaids), Jon Lindstrom (Emmy nominee Port Charles), Michelle Glavan (of YouTube’s Awkward Kids and Ladies of Rap), Elizabeth Ferraris (Hipsterhood), Brittani Noel (Stockholm) and many others! Character actor, Zack Gold (IAWTV Nominee for Best Actor in A Comedy Web Show) appears as different characters in every episode.

Director Biography

Scott Brown is an Emmy-Nominated Director whose work has primarily focused on digital storytelling. His independent web series have been fortunate to receive millions of views and earn him opportunities to create scripted series for CBS Films, Funny or Die, Dreamworks, and many more. He has also directed over 750 episodes of Larry King Now on HULU.

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