Selecting web series that they feel are particularly “noteworthy” and “excelling in terms of storytelling, acting, editing, and, of course, content.”
We are honored to be part of this inaugural list and hope you will check it out and share their lovely write-up about our show, where they give us the greatest compliment we could ask for by saying, “Above all, “Seeking Sublet” will make you laugh.”
Meeting college roommates this week? Fingers crossed he’s not as strange as this guy.
Flipping the Script: No longer content just to be making movies, a new generation of critically heralded female directors is rivaling the male establishment at the box office — and redefining what it means to be a woman in Hollywood.
Check out this wonderful new feature about female directors kicking ass and taking names today in New York Times Magazine! Seeking Sublet is proud to join them in “flipping the script” with not only all of our episodes and content directed by co-creator/writer Katie Tibaldi, but our entire show driven by many talented women!
"The powerful play goes on…" and he contributed a damn good verse.
RIP Robin Williams. One of the best improvers and comedians to ever walk the planet. Not to mention a truly generous, sensitive, passionate and kind soul.
Thanks for making us laugh. Thanks for inspiring us to make other people laugh. And think. And take risks. And embrace creativity and collaboration. And believe that, “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.”
Truly one of a kind and an honest to goodness genius, you will be dearly missed. But your work and legacy… that will live on forever. Because you lived an extraordinary life.
Need a reminder of why you should go see Keith Rubin (BOB) perform improv tonight at 8pm at the Mainstage at The Peoples Improv Theater in NYC? Watch the video below and get to know his character BOB on Seeking Sublet — Bridget’s potential serial killer boyfriend!
Roommates don’t have to tell each other everything. But running a business out of your apartment? YES.
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Cheers to it being Friday! The weekend is here, ya’ll. Time to make some plans with friends. Often we shoot Seeking Sublet on the weekends, but as you can see here between takes of recently filming Episode 108, our cast and crew quite enjoy spending time together.
From left to right: Tim Mele (JAKE), James Kennedy (DOUG/TRASH MAN), Ed Delapine (LOUIS), series co-creator Katie Tibaldi, series co-creator Josie Chai and Ronnie Nelson (T.K.).
Good night Seeking Sublet, friends! Hope you get a more restful night of sleep than Tess, Sam and Jake do in Episode 104.
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In anticipation of Season 1 kicking off this fall, we will be sharing photos from set for YOU to caption — starting now!! We can’t wait to see what you come up with. So give it your best shot in the comments section below!
ON THE SET of Seeking Sublet with Angelica Winkler (BRIDGET) and Keith Rubin (BOB). What are these two up to now?
To refresh on their typical antics watch:
Think you can knock out becoming a social worker on a long Saturday? Jake does. (We know Tess would say otherwise)
When you’re roommates with someone, there are certain things you need to agree on. Like for Meg, a musician and one of Tess’s best friends, that at 7 A.M. everyone in the world should be asleep.
But night owl or early bird, something we think is absolutely universal is that no one wants to start their day off hearing a bad singer do scales over and over and over. Here’s hoping today started off for you in tune!