Amanda Seales is serving oh my gawd is this my life funny in her new web series, ‘Get Your Life.’
Issa Rae’s youtube channel is hosting the series that is bringing black girl realness to the internet. The show plays upon the awkward tensions and situations that we encounter every day with a hilarious twist.
The comedic webisodes follow a woman living in LA as she navigates life, love and career. The show does not hold back, covering everything from dueling black hollywood actresses to dating woes to being self conscious about how your privates may taste (stock up on the pineapple juice).
We talked to comedian/writer Amanda Seales about how she came up with the idea and how she came in contact with Issa Rae.
Q: Can you talk a little bit about how you came to collab with Issa?
Q: What is your vision for the series?
Q: Who is your target audience?
Our target audience is the same audience that sat in front the tv and made “Empire”, “Scandal” and “The Wiz Live” a hit! The same audience that is continuously underserved and underappreciated. Black America. That doesn’t mean anyone can’t watch and laugh with the show but that’s the voice I speak from and who we speak to.
Q: What inspires your comedy?
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Here’s The Scoop On The Newest Addition To Issa Rae’s Youtube Channel ‘Get Your Life’ was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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