Workshop (web series)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Workshop (series))
Jump to: navigation, search
Genre Comedy
Created by Nate Golon, Kimberly Legg
Directed by Andre Welsh [1]
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 19[3]
Producer(s) Nate Golon
Location(s) Los Angeles, California
Running time Season 1, 7–10 minutes per episode. Season 2, 22 minutes per episode.
Production company(s) More Than Productions
Original network YouTube Hulu
Original release August 10, 2009 (2009-08-10)[4] – May 10, 2011 (2011-05-10)[5]
External links

Workshop is a comedic web series about the lives of struggling, young actors and actresses trying to make it in Hollywood. The series, written about actors by actors, contains many influences from the cast's personal lives. Nate Golon, executive producer and co-creator, said this about the show, “We basically expanded on the idea of all the things we had to deal with and then we made it goofier.”[6]

Season 2 premiered on Hulu on April 7, 2011, as six episodes of 22 minutes, making it the first ever independently produced half-hour comedy to air on Hulu.[7] Special guest stars in Season 2 include Don Stark from That '70s Show, Josh Meyers from That '70s Show and MADtv, and Marie Wilson from As the World Turns.[8]

The series has been noted for its clean dialogue and content, traits not always shared by web content. Golon stated this was to promote accessibility to a large audience.[9]

Characters and Cast[edit]

  • Jeff Reynolds – Portrayed by Nate Golon.
  • Kaitlyn Murray – Portrayed by Kimberly Legg.
  • Adam Saltair – Portrayed by Phillip Jeanmarie.
  • Vivian Smith – Portrayed by Leanne Wilson.
  • Matthew Cunningham – Portrayed by Jonathan Schwartz.
  • Sarah Clarkson – Portrayed by Audra Marie.


External links[edit]