SEASON 2 OF “GIRL/GIRL SCENE”
RAUNCHIER, SEXIER & MORE THRILLING THAN EVER!
LOS ANGELES, CA - Season Two of Girl/Girl Scene (GGS) is debuting today, Monday, July 16, online at: http://blip.tv/girlgirlscene/girl-girl-scene-episode-201-6254486 The highly anticipated second season of the hit web series already promises to be raunchier, sexier and more thrilling than ever.
GGS is certainly looking different this season with a distinctively new signature high-production quality ahead of most web-series, as well as new characters and even more provocative and controversial story-lines. With Kayden Kross, American adult entertainment industry actress, joining the cast, and Abisha Uhl from the band Sick of Sarah returning as a series regular, GGS is definitely heating things up this season.
GGS Season II Episode One!
Evan is back! Your favorite bad girl returns for another wild and sexy season of Girl/Girl Scene. After being shot in last year’s cliffhanger ending, Evan rises from the dead to raise some hell. This time she has new friends – seductive call-girl Avery, loveable stoner Bender, and mysterious stranger Ling. Drama and laughter ensue as this group of hot young lesbians struggle to untangle their complicated and increasingly intertwining love lives. Curious?
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Based on the lives and loves of four young friends, GGS boldly goes where no other shows has gone before – between the sheets and into the minds and hearts of unapologetically queer women in America. But underlying the many shocking and controversial moments is an important drama exploring the intoxicating extremes of modern day life and love. GGS delivers an original brand of online TV series that offers a genuine, petulant, raw, bold and blunt reflection of today’s young lesbian culture.
Refreshingly non-judgmental and atypical in its embrace of stereotype, with its sometimes funny, always provocative (and brutally realistic) storylines, GGS is a vibrant, and honest reflection of today’s young lesbian culture and what it means to be a lesbian in middle America – an online TV series that, episode after episode, is taking on more cultural resonance with audiences around the world.
The series, created by Tucky Williams is executive produced by Bill Bossert and Nic Brown, and directed by Eric Butts.
Tucky Williams is taking the LGBT scene by storm! The young talent was recently featured in the Advocate Magazine’s special “Forty under Forty” issue honoring 40 LGBT figures (under 40 years old) considered to be the architects of the next decade for their contribution to the LGBT community; and was voted by AfterEllen as one of its 2012 Hot 100 Women snatching the # 9 spot. Keeping a busy schedule, Tucky is also successfully making her transition to primetime TV with appearances on the third installment of Showtime’s unscripted Hit Series “The Real L Word“.
Tucky Williams is also focusing her star-power off-screen taking on now a new role as a spokesperson for Epilepsy Awareness, and openly speaking out on behalf of those 3 million Americans with epilepsy, to educate people, explain the need for more research to find a cure and eradicate the stigma of madness attached to the condition considered demonic. For the first ever, Tucky is finally coming out about her condition and is now dedicated to make a difference by turning her disability into “ability” to help others.