“We’re gonna look back on days like this and we’re just gonna laugh.” Freeform has launched a new digital series called Party Girl.
The comedy “follows a twenty-something (Lisa Schwartz) as she navigates adulthood while working with a band of quirky co-workers at a Los Angeles party company that specializes in themed birthdays.”
All 10 episodes of Party Girl are now available to watch on Freeform.com, the Freeform app, and Hulu.
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“Party Girl,” an exclusive 10-episode original short-form series co-created by actress, writer and comedian Lisa Schwartz (aka LisBug) and television writer Lacey Friedman (“The Goldbergs”), is live now on Freeform.com, the Freeform app and Hulu.
Loosely based on Schwartz’s experiences, “Party Girl” follows a twenty-something (Schwartz) as she navigates adulthood while working with a band of quirky co-workers at a Los Angeles party company that specializes in themed birthdays. The series features a cast of characters including Fay, the slightly off, mama-bear leader (Beverly D’Angelo, “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”); Philip, the mediocre magician (Ed Begley Jr., “Pineapple Express”); and Clive, the client that literally takes the cake as the weirdest party hero ever (Adam Busch, “Men at Work”), among others.
Schwartz is best known for her widely popular YouTube channel that has over 2 million followers and her musical parodies that have amassed millions of views.
“We are thrilled to premiere our show on the Freeform app and are glad to be a part of their family,” said Schwartz and Friedman. “‘Party Girl’ is a twisted homage to birthday party entertainers, based on Lisa’s personal experience, and a nod to all of us who try to maintain our dignity in a world set up for us to have none.”
“We love working with emerging talent like Lisa who has such an authentic and fresh point of view. “‘Party Girl’ is a hilarious show that beautifully portrays the emotional highs and lows of being in your twenties,” said Karey Burke, executive vice president, Programming and Development, Freeform.
The series is produced by digital studios New Form and Maker Studios. The “Party Girl” pilot first emerged during the New Form incubator program last year and was further developed into a series project premiering at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.”
What do you think? Do you watch Freeform? Will you check out Party Girl?