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There is an exciting new web series on the horizon called Personal Space! It is a sic-fi dramedy set in - you guessed it - space! This is an ambitious and ground breaking project which features an all star cast with impressive credits under their belt, including Battlestar Galactica, Sons of Anarchy, and the web series Emma Approved.

In Personal Space, the therapy sessions of astronauts are broadcast as reality television without their consent or knowledge. I imagine it to be a little like The Truman Show, except in space.

Personal Space will also include a character who is disabled. While not a new concept, this character will learn to live with his disability rather than experience a miraculous recovery down the road. 

Julia Aks as Stephanie Park
in Personal Space 

Women will also be prominent in this web series, from the writing team to the cast, which is about 50% female.
Nicki Clyne as Gail Gartner
in Personal Space

Vivi Thai as Deborah Li
in Personal Space 

I am so honored to have been given the chance to help spread the word about this project and I hope that if it gets made everyone will tune in. That's right! Personal Space can only  come to life with your help!

Sean Persaud as Stan Blaszkiewicz
in Personal Space 
As you can imagine creating a web series of this caliber requires money, so if you want to see it come to fruition your help is needed! The creators of Personal Space are hoping to raise enough money that they can get their show aired on the Hulu affiliate Share TV later this year, so they have started a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter with plenty 'o perks for their backers! 

Kurt Yaeger as Leonard Freeman
in Personal Space 

They are about halfway to their goal, but you still have time to donate because the campaign runs through May 25th!  Just visit to make a donation and to find out more about this project! And remember every little bit helps! 


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