The Devil Wears Prada meets Girls in the premiere of Labeled, a new original sitcom on Brooklyn On Demand
Lindsey Goodman and Brooklyn-based Jessie Katz have written and directed the new original series Labeled through their recently launched production company Piano Factory Pictures. The sitcom stems from the ladies' own experience in working together for Prada in 2007.
Labeled premieres Monday, Dec. 14 and you can watch episodes 1-3 on Brooklyn On Demand, online and on Roku.
Labeled follows the frustrated employees working in public relations for Mirello, the most prestigious fashion brand in the world. It’s the job everyone would die for – that’s slowly killing them.
While most of their time is spent catering to A-list New York society, this group of misfit characters finds that the image they are selling at work is far more glamorous than the reality of their own lives. Bound together by a disdain for the fascist fashionistas who oversee them, they are led by the lovable lost soul Carly towards a rebellion that could ultimately change their life behind the label.
We're very proud to announce that Brooklyn On Demand has been nominated for one the first annual Brooklyn Innovation Awards!
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When you talk about Brooklyn's legendary Crazy Country Club, the phrase "you had to be there" definitely applies. Filmmaker Dena Greenbaum's father Steven worked at the club, and her 2012 documentary is a loving tribute to the long-gone Bay Ridge icon.
Warm Beer, Lousy Food is the untold story of America's first comedy club, and its founder (and self-proclaimed nut) Lou Burdo. The film includes rare footage of the club throughout its nearly 50-year history and testimonials from the founder, staff, and patrons, breathing life back into a storied institution that, despite having been shuttered long ago, continues to live on for the many people who were forever changed by this wonderful and crazy place.
When asked how she feels about her film streaming free on the only platform for Brooklyn-centric film and media, Dena says, "If I were to answer in the tone of the club I'd say 'WHO GIVES A SH*T!' But, on a more serious note, I'm very excited Warm Beer, Lousy Food is part of Brooklyn on Demand. It's important to share the story of Brooklyn's beloved Crazy Country Club with this audience. I hope it brings laughter and good memories back to Brooklynites who attended the club, and I hope it brings the club to life for younger generations that didn't get to have the firsthand experience."
Watch Warm Beer Lousy Food for free online and on Roku.