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Quarterlife 

Magazine editor and writer Dylan Krieger sends her friends into fits when they discover that she keeps a rather insightful video blog about them on a website called "quarterlife."
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2008   2007  

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Series cast summary:
Elizabeth Tulloch ...  Dylan Krieger 6 episodes, 2008
Maite Schwartz ...  Lisa 6 episodes, 2008
David Walton ...  Danny / ... 5 episodes, 2008
Majandra Delfino ...  Vanessa 5 episodes, 2008
Michelle Lombardo ...  Debra 5 episodes, 2008
Kevin Christy ...  Andy 5 episodes, 2008
Mike Faiola ...  Eric 5 episodes, 2008
Barret Swatek ...  Brittany 4 episodes, 2008
O-T Fagbenle ...  John 4 episodes, 2008
Mark Matkevich ...  Josh 4 episodes, 2008
Scott Michael Foster ...  Jed / ... 3 episodes, 2008
Barbara Williams ...  Maggie 2 episodes, 2008
Laura Carson ...  Editor / ... 2 episodes, 2008
Susanna Harter ...  Chloe 2 episodes, 2008
Jeff Lorch ...  Ray 2 episodes, 2008
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Magazine editor and writer Dylan Krieger sends her friends into fits when they discover that she keeps a rather insightful video blog about them on a website called "quarterlife."

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This show was cancelled after the first episode. See more »

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[from trailer]
Dylan Krieger: Why do we blog? We blog to exist, therefore we are... idiots.
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Great glimpse into the world of recent grads
12 March 2008 | by aflagelSee all my reviews

While the show surely isn't about everyone, as a glimpse into what the post college graduation period is like for a large group it is very genuine. Working with thousands of such students from the start of college through graduation, I am confident that most will identify with the characters, and in fact many have already emailed me saying just that.

More importantly, the show itself is entertaining and the characters likable and engaging. Far better than most of the network fair and by far one of the sleekest productions online, the show is well worth checking out, especially if you like the dramedy category of programming.


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28 February 2008 (USA) See more »

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