Tv sitcom about a dating service
My Music was an American web transmedia mockumentary sitcom created by the Fine Brothers that premiered on April 15, 2012 on the My Music Show You Tube channel.The series follows a group of co-workers that are employed under a music production company.But as Alex sneers at the girls he meets, and rejects them for not wanting to sleep with him on the first night -- even grabbing at them and generally acting like a predator -- the series (which aims to be lighthearted) takes on an uncomfortable pall. The "revelations" are not particularly groundbreaking: Men are looking at and attracted to breasts and butts. Further, though the show doesn't initially seem to reward or condemn anyone's behavior, things wrap up quickly and neatly in the first episode, with a chance at happiness for both men.Has Alex done even one thing to deserve this good fortune?Additional scenes are also slotted into the "Sitcom Version" of the episode.Sometime afterward, You Tube invested money to help the brothers fund and create a premium channel, as part of You Tube's 0 million original channel project, with which the brothers decided to create My Music.The sitcom is showcasing what the future of web entertainment may be, blurring the lines of fiction and reality, giving viewers the opportunity to interact with the series and its characters in real time.Social media accounts have been created for all the characters, including non-main characters.
The Mosh, one of the aforementioned weekly shows, features the characters of the main series answering questions they receive on their social media accounts.Though married before, he claims to believe fervently in finding true love, and actually interacts with online dating in a fairly sensible way.He has a list of reasonable red flags, and labors over the depth of his messages to potential dates. On the plus side, there are men out there like 37-year-old Marcus: a tall, handsome and sincere fellow, looking for true love.
On the other, there's 27-year-old Alex, best described by one of the women he goes out on a date with in the inaugural episode as "a wanker." Each week, the series features two men who supposedly represent various online dating styles, such as "the romantic" or "the hook-up hunter." In the lead-up to the series, Bravo has even launched a faux-anthropologic video series to define each of these kinds of daters, who on the show will run the gamut of age, race and sexual orientation.
When he meets the women, he's respectful, and he gives everyone a genuine chance, even if they don't exactly match their profile. The premiere can rightly be read as a sexist and misogynistic look at the "meat market" of dating ("She's 31?