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For the second time, AwesomenessTV will use a guidance counselor’s office as the epicenter of a high school story. The digital media company, which appeals to an audience of teens and tweens, is behind Guidance, a drama that will return for its second season on Go90 on November 14th. A teaser previewing the new episodes is now available.
The first season of Guidance starred Michelle Tractenberg as a guidance counselor who uses sessions with her students to uncover a school-wide mystery. Season two will feature a similar premise, but with a new cast. Erica Dasher will take over the guidance counselor, with social media stars like Arden Rose, Chachi Gonzales, Alisha Marie, and Jessie Paege showing up as her charges. A handful of the new characters are on display in the new teasers, which also gives viewers a hint of the sort of teen angst and intrigue they can expect. »
- Sam Gutelle
Guidance will be back. Variety reports season two of the Go90 series will debut in November.The new season of the teen drama stars YouTuber Arden Rose as "an over-achiever at Capitol High who discovers that her perfect Gpa is suffering, causing her to accuse the school’s most beloved teacher of favoritism." The cast also includes Erica Dasher, Chachi Gonzales, David Gridley, and Ben J. Pierce.Read More… »
A new season of a Go90 original will feature a new cast and a new protagonist while maintaining the same blend of teen drama and intrigue that marked its first season. Verizon’s mobile-first video platform and digital media company AwesomenessTV have announced a second season of Guidance, which will feature social media stars like Arden Rose and Chachi Gonzales among its cast.
In the first season of Guidance, which spanned 30 episodes, a school guidance counselor (portrayed by Michelle Trachtenberg) who solves a high school mystery across a series of sessions with her students. Season two will feature a similar plot, but with a new guidance counselor played by Erica Dasher acting as “a detective, an advocate and ultimately, the reluctant hero,” according to a press release.
- Sam Gutelle
Britweek organisers announced on Wednesday the day-long NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (Nfmla) programme set for April 30.
Celebrating cinema from the UK, the event will concentrate on two InFocus short programmes along with a line-up of features.
Between films, audiences can watch Q&A’s with film-makers and enjoy cocktails in Downtown La.
Shorts Program #2 includes’ Alex Kyrou’s drama White Awake, Andrew Jonathan Smith’s drama Jellyfish, Cousins Richard’s wartime tale Waiting For Dawn, Steven Huffaker’s comedy Blast From The Past, and Breathe, a dark drama from Paul Kowalski.
The Feature Film Program includes rom-com Kickstarted, and [link=tt »
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