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Announcing Broken at Love Season 3


“Broken at Love”, the award-winning web series from Karolina Sivas, is returning for a third season. The show follows college student Vivienne “Vivie” Taylor (Sivas) as she navigates the pitfalls of love and relationships. Tennis provides a backdrop for this romance soap opera, with many tennis terms serving as metaphors for Vivie’s experiences. 

Karolina Sivas
Indie Series Awards nominated actor Rob Healy plays tennis star Holden Gregory, Vivie’s main love interest, who officially broke her heart by the end of season two. He tries to re-enter her life in season three but receives competition for her affections in the form of “Dancing with the Stars” professional dancer Gleb Savchenko, who has signed on as a season 3 series regular. 

Gleb Savchenko
Savchenko, who will play a character named Jack, is not the only new face audiences will be introduced to in the new season. Theater, film, and television actor Bill Lewis has been cast as Grandpa Haig (the husband of Marcia Rodd’s Grandma “Lulu”), rounding out Vivie’s family. Actress and singer Leah McKendrick, from the award-winning series “Destroy the Alpha Gammas” also joins the show as Stella, Vivie’s childhood friend.  She’ll enter the canvas ready to stir up lots of drama. In addition, expect more puppy love as Zipper, the newly adopted dog of L.A. Web Fest Best Supporting Actress Pamela Bowen (Ava Taylor), joins the show as himself. More new cast members are expected to be revealed closer to the premiere date, but longtime fans of the show will be pleased to see many of their favorites slated to return, including Ben Reed (Dr. Eduardo Taylor), Renee Suran (Aunt Hedy), Marcia Rodd (Grandma Lulu), and the aforementioned Pamela Bowen, as well as college classmates Kelsey Long (Sandy), and Vaibhav Singh (Shy Guy) among others. Mark Marchillo, the director of the Season 1 house party finale, will also return this season as the show’s primary director.


Season Three, which will focus on Vivie's behind-the-scenes experiences as she creates a web series, begins filming this summer.






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