Sex Ed: The Series

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Sex Ed the Series is an American comedy web series created and written by Ernie Vecchione and produced and directed by Tamela D'Amico. It was originally conceived as a television pilot in 2009 and was later made into a five-part web series on the official Sex Ed website.

The show revolves around the lives of eight students and their manic professor, Alison Trevase (Joanna Cassidy). The show is described as a cross between The Breakfast Club and Sex and the City. The show stars Matt Barr, Angela Sarafyan, George Finn, Laura Clery, Andrea Lui, Annie Abrams, Andra Fuller, Casey Graf, Bo Barrett, Tamela D'Amico, Jennifer Johnson, Louis Morabito and Stevie Ryan.

Plot summary[edit]

Eight college students get more than they bargained for when their professor forces the students to pair up and make clay sculptures of each other‘s genitals.

History[edit]

The pilot was a selection of the 2009 Independent Television Festival. The show was first broadcast as a web series by KoldCastTV in 2010.

Nominations[edit]

The show received a Streamy nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy for Joanna Cassidy and a Webby nomination for Best Drama.

In the May 3, 2010 issue of TV Guide magazine, the series was listed in the top 10 of notable television shows worth watching by Damian Holbrook. To date, the series has yet to announce a network in which it will be airing.

Website and YouTube[edit]

Its YouTube channel, as of October 2014, surpassed nearly 50 million channel views worldwide, with over 8 million views for its sizzle reel..[1] The official web site was relaunched on Aug 1, 2012 with twenty minutes of additional material.

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