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WORKINGBUG'S 'A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE PEOPLE' IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH

Mar 21, 2011, 11:07 ET from WorkingBug.com

LOS ANGELES, March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Annoying, self-centered, intrusive, insensitive, psychotic people, we all know them. They're your neighbor, your boss, your hubby or your sister-in-law. Now "A Series of Unfortunate People" makes a comedy out of these special folks in our lives that demand our undivided attention. This new original web series launches today and airs every Monday for eight weeks.

The series creator, WorkingBug.com, a Los Angeles based digital production company, develops, produces and distributes original comedic programming. WorkingBug.com is airing "A Series of Unfortunate People" on DailyMotion, their exclusive partner and one of the largest Web video sites in the world.

"With current technology, we conceive, cast and shoot content at warp speed, then DailyMotion makes the transition to screen fast and seamless," says WorkingBug.com co-creator and series star Leyna Weber.

WorkingBug.com co-creator and director Annie Lukowski adds, "Finding such a robust partner allows us to share this series with everyone. We're all privy to these types of people in our lives, so it's only right that you have instant access to them on your screen, haunting you wherever you go."

Every episode runs a web-friendly five minutes of free comedy video.  The series stars some surprising comedic talents, and ends May 2, 2011 with "Me Me Me". New Orleans Saint Darren Sharper takes a turn as one of the "Unfortunates," and veteran comedian Kym Whitley lights up the screen. Consistent with WorkingBug's online originals, viewers will be able to log onto WorkingBug.com and get instant access to:

  • Web original, "Road to the Altar," starring Jaleel White (Urkel, "Family Matters")
  • Web original, "Random Comedies"-- with Michael Urie ("Ugly Betty")
  • In-character Vlogs
  • Behind-the-scenes footage
  • Bloopers

"DailyMotion's audience is consistently requesting new, creative content and we jumped at the opportunity to work with such talented content creators," says Joy Marcus, General Manager of DailyMotion, US.

DailyMotion.com's marketing commitment includes regular placement in the homepage carousel, homepage skinning, and a customized series portal.

Check-out the series: http://www.dailymotion.com/SeriesOfUnfortunatePeople

WorkingBug.com

Annie Lukowski and Leyna Juliet Weber's WorkingBug.com is a complete digital production company that creates, produces and distributes original comedic programming. WorkingBug has masterminded an impressive slate of content with Hollywood's up-and-coming and name actors. WorkingBug's raw, provocative and edgy voice draws a wide, varied audience.

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