The Bold and the Beautiful stars Karla Mosley and Lawrence Saint-Victor are looking to bring their web series Wedlocked back to screens, and you can help!
Once Upon a Time
Mosley and Saint-Victor first met on the set of Guiding Light, the classic soap on which she played Christina Moore and he played Remy Boudreau, who were married. That’s when they first knew they had a rapport as a couple who’d said, “I do,”
“We had a fabulous time, but there’s so much story we’d love to tell,” Mosley told TV Source Magazine when in 2009, when the first iteration of Wedlocked, a fun/ny take on marriage, debuted online.
Saint-Victor spoke of the unique promise of the web series.
“What a web series does is that it sets you up, traditionally as far as watching episodes, but it also has this whole other element to it too where you’ll see a video blog of Denise talking about what Robbie might have done in the last episode it will totally break the 4th wall and I think that’s what’s going on right now,” the actor offered. In academic circles they call that “transmedia storytelling,” and it’s totes hot right now!
Fast-Forward Eight Years Later
Mosley and Saint-Victor are even more zeitgeist than they were back then! In 2017 they’re using crowdfunding to get a Wedlocked reboot off the ground.
“Our team is primarily made up of people of color. We see a lack of representation in the exploration of marriage through this lens. Our crew will be at least 50 percent female. Support us to increase and amplify representation on-screen and behind the camera. Let’s do all that together while laughing!” the series page on Seed and Spark says.
Seed and Spark is a crowdfunding website where you too can donate to Wedlocked 2.0 (our words, not theirs) to see that it comes to fruition.
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