IFC's raw and honest 'Like So Many Things' debuts May 26
By April MacIntyre May 22, 2009, 4:33 GMT
IFC\'s "Like So Many Things" is the network\'s new romantic drama series described as a "raw, tender and honest" portrayal of a man and woman’s attempt at intimacy and open communication, and how it leads to new discoveries about themselves and each other. Photo courtesy of IFC
IFC's "Like So Many Things" is the network's new romantic drama series described as a "raw, tender and honest" portrayal of a man and woman’s attempt at intimacy and open communication, and how it leads to new discoveries about themselves and each other.
The show debuts on IFC Network and IFC.com May 26.
First two episodes debut on IFC TV at 11:30PM; the final five episodes will be available exclusively online to conclude this modern day love story
"Like So Many Things" is a dramatic web series about two lost souls in Brooklyn. According to IFC, the series is a seven-part romantic drama series, told in six to eight minute segments,
Lucy and Karl fail at their first fate to click, yet they try to give it another chance after an encounter on the streets of Brooklyn.
Marin Gazzaniga and Greg Keller star as Lucy and Karl, two people looking for a connection to something. The series takes a realistic approach to the intensely awkward process of connecting with someone. IFC asks, can the protagonists get away from their pasts and let go of their personal baggage to enjoy a night together, or does this chance at love have to end like so many things do?
Inspired by Peter Yates’ "John & Mary," and Richard Linklater’s "Before Sunrise," the show explores the universal awkwardness, humor, passion and possibilities of meeting someone for the first time and finding romance and even friendship.
IFC's "Like So Many Things" is the first day-and-date, on air/online series. The first two episodes will debut as a special on IFC’s linear channel on Tuesday, May 26 at 11:30 PM and the final five will be available on IFC.com following the network premiere here.