My Alibi

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My Alibi
My Alibi logo with the five principal characters
Format comedy, internet video
Created by Take180
Written by Julie Restivo
Directed by Oren Kaplan
Starring Cyrina Fiallo
Adam Chambers
Zachary Burr Abel
Julianna Guill
Alison Brie
Marque Richardson
Gabrielle Carteris
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 19
Production
Producer(s) Take180
Running time 180 seconds
Broadcast
Original channel Take180
YouTube
Original run August 18, 2008 – February 20, 2009
Chronology
Related shows In2ition
Electric Spoofaloo
My Date
I <3 Vampires
External links
Website

My Alibi is a web television series produced by Take180 (a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company).[1] The series, consisting of 19 episodes of 180 seconds or under was one of the first series produced by the site, and one of the most well received.[2] The show, like many on the site, took fan submissions and integrated them into each episode.

The show was picked up for distribution on Abcfamily.com in February 2009.[3][4]

The series premiered on August 18, 2008, on Take180.com and YouTube, and concluded on February 20, 2009 with each episode averaging around 25,000 views on Take180.com.

Plot[edit]

The core plot of My Alibi revolves around a group of students who are sent to the principal (played by Gabrielle Carteris of Beverly Hills, 90210) after a large prank is pulled during the first period of school. All five students were late that day, and are locked in a room together until one of them steps forward and confesses. While they are together, each student relates the story of what they had done that morning along with other related events in their lives, often containing ludicrous twists.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Take180 Blasts Off With 180 Second Quickies". Tubefilter. Feb 5, 2009. Retrieved Sep 3, 2008. 
  2. ^ "My Alibi". The Web and 1. 2009-06-05. Retrieved 2009-08-20. 
  3. ^ "ABC Family Adds 'My Alibi' to Online Roster". Broadcasting & Cable. Feb 5, 2009. Retrieved Aug 24, 2009. 
  4. ^ "Take180’s ‘My Alibi’ Lands ABCFamily.com Deal". Tubefilter. Feb 5, 2009. Retrieved Aug 24, 2009. 

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