Adultish follows the life of Bevin, a young(ish) blogger living in New York City, investigating 'Y' her generation is refusing to grow up. Along with her best friends, they embark on any ... See full summary »


Victoria Bennett




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Series cast summary:
Victoria Bennett ...  Bevin 20 episodes, 2014-2016
Brendan Sokler ...  Michael 20 episodes, 2014-2016
Brandon Scott Hughes ...  Eric 19 episodes, 2014-2016
Justin Morck ...  Roomate 13 episodes, 2014-2016


Adultish follows the life of Bevin, a young(ish) blogger living in New York City, investigating 'Y' her generation is refusing to grow up. Along with her best friends, they embark on any path they can find to transition themselves into adulthood without sacrificing their love for all things Nostalgia and Childish. Written by Victoria Bennett

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A Comedy for the Why Generation



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I watched a few of the 10-minute (+/-) Web episodes of Adultish, and agree it will be a hit.
17 August 2017 | by rogus2006See all my reviews

The first episode I watched was ADULTish 3.3 (#303), "TrendSetters." The Characters and antics include:

Bevin (played by Victoria Bennett) – there's real power in those thighs. The character of Bevin is authentic. She seems to follow a breeze that is not entirely there, has a big heart, and seems very bright – most of the time.

Bevin's Boss, Gerald (played by Solomon Shiv) – expect the unexpected with this character. He runs TrendSetters.

Bevin's co-worker Monique (played by Adrienne Lovette) says, "Justin Bieber's pants see more of him than America does."

Bevin's co-worker Dale (played by Philip Louis Calabro) replies: "Remind me to send his pants a thank You note."

Gerald facilitates the meeting and adds, "Put Bieber balls on all your posts today." That got my laugh.

Gerald's office is a tent in an office building. His grunge- assistant (Jasper, played by Nahuel Gorosito) sits outside the tent with a TV tray that serves as his desk.

The lovable assistant gets yelled at for stinking up the office with vaping, and doesn't seem to care about much other than his embroidery hoop while working.

In other scenes, Michel (played by Brendan Sokler) calls Eric (played by Brandon Scott Hughes) a sexual monk. Eric owns a bar and is the most mature of the group. He scoffs when Michael calls him a sexual monk, indicating deeper reasons for his chastity. Eric has higher values stashed in his coffee cup and NYC veranda overlooking Manhattan, among other things. I watched all ADULTish episodes and will leave some surprises.

In this episode, you'll see there is power in Eric's denial and paradox. Sexual monk is actually a sexual magnet who does nothing to attract a woman while crossing the street, another woman in a café, and a male who tells Eric he's pretty. It just happens. Sexual Monk escapes them all.

Next, I watched ADULTish episode 3.4 (#304) "Nerd Up"

If you conclude the ADULTish title suggests a level of immaturity, you are correct. I wanted to know what level of child- like behavior the ADULTish characters resort to, and that behavior is at the level most of us live out on a daily basis, whether we admit it, or not. For example, Bevin arrives to the office late. Monique tells Bevin, "Your interviewee showed up 20-minutes ago." Bevin asks if he is upset. Monique says, "I don't know…I can't see him," as she focuses her gaze on her laptop screen like an ostrich, without looking up. I call this the ostrich effect. We all do it, in one form or another.

The character of Michael (Brendan Sokler) has moves and a voice like an insightful Zack Knight Galifianakis. At first glance, Michael seams to suffer lethargy until excited about his new job as an intern. Michael discharges a surprising round of hysterical, deep & wide critical arguments of the craziest female character in Batman, and a dozen reasons why.

I also watched ADULTish episode 1.5 "Speed Dating" since my nephew (Chris Rogus) is in this episode and how I came to find out about this web series genre that is new to me.

The character named Rogus (played by Chris Rogus) is a speed dating participant. He brings surprises with answers to Bevin's questions one wouldn't expect.

The ADULTish cast and crew make me glad this generation of folks is producing something worth the time and effort to watch. It's refreshing. The episodes are short, funny, and with a different brand of humor for some of us. If you can sit through without being overly judgmental, you will find it enjoyable, and illuminating to the issues this generation faces. Dialogue is quick-witted intelligence that pokes harmless fun at human foibles.

Overall, I give the web series 7 out of 10. Two points each for witty dialogue, unexpected actions, and authentic characters. I give it an extra point for the setting and random surprises, like the tent for an office - inside a New York City office building. You can watch for yourself at ADULTish TV, or on YouTube where I watched.

Note - In September, ADULTish cast and crew attended the 2017 Seoul Webfest where they won Best Ensemble, Best Actress, and Best Web Series in All Genres. (They had been nominated for 6 awards: Best Director, Best Web Series in All Genres, Best Comedy Series, Best Actress, Best Ensemble, and Best Actor.)

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11 September 2014 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA


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