Would you be interested in a show that will take only 5 minutes to watch, is made just for you, and will be sure to make you laugh? If so, you won’t want to miss Dating In The Middle Ages– a web series that some have described as a cross between Sex and The City and Glee (what’s there not to like?), made specifically for Boomer Women. The best part is, you don’t have to wait: you can watch Dating In The Middle Ages at your convenience by Clicking here.
As a busy, multi-tasking, Baby Boomer woman, I really enjoy watching shows and getting my entertainment online. Comedy, Drama, Musicals–you name it, there’s something wonderfully empowering about watching any type of show–on my own schedule! And as an award-winning writer/actor/producer I especially enjoy alternative entertainment in the form of web series.
In fact, I love web series so much that I created one, an award-winning comedy called, “Dating In The Middle Ages,” co-starring Deidre Hall and Matthew Ashford from “Days Of Our Lives.” DITMA, as we lovingly call the show, is a comedy (with musical elements) which follows Samantha Collins, a blocked historical romance writer– as she searches for her modern day Cary Grant through a series of very bad dates.
WE’RE LAUNCHING SEASON TWO…TODAY!!
If you have never watched a web series before, there is no better place to start. The webisodes are under six minutes each, perfect for busy people who don’t have time to watch 30-60 minute episodes on traditional television. Give it a try. It will be sure to put a smile on your face, and you just may fall in love.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH!
What is a web series? Wikipedia defines it as, “a series of videos, generally in episodic form released on the internet, and part of the newly emerging medium called web television. A single instance of a web series program is called an episode or webisode.
This is an exciting time for the Baby Boomer Woman, and you deserve to be entertained on your own time, and you deserve a show made just for you! You can also view DITMA here. And you can follow the show on Facebook and Twitter.