SJ Son & Woody Fu
Asian In Public is a sketch comedy series following SJ (Korean) and Woody (Chinese) as we Asiansplain what it’s like being last in the race conversation. It’s Key & Peele but Asian.
Asian Women Can’t Drive is a comedic film about Xixi, a queer first-gen Chinese American adult who can’t drive, and Ming, her anxious immigrant mother who insists on being her driving instructor. As daughter struggles to turn left and mother struggles to remain calm, old grievances, family secrets, and Xixi herself are all forced to come out.
Julieta Messmer & Marianne Amelinckx
Two spoiled immigrants come to the U.S. determined to make it in the Hollywood industry but when their destiny—and their visas—are held hostage by Immigration Services, they decide to make ends meet by taking a cash-paid job on a marijuana farm in Northern California.
After living (and metaphorically dying) in LA for over a decade, Shannon Cameron, a millennial Black woman, returns to her conservative South Carolina hometown to start a cannabis farm on her family’s historical land.
Air Durnell & Maddie Smith
Camp is a 30-minute comedic television series about married lesbian couple, Leo and Jo Powers, who re-open their inherited gay “conversion” camp as a secret queer utopia for children who were originally sent to pray the gay away.
Arianna Afsar, Sigi Ravet, & Emily Jenda
What is it actually like to run for Congress as a 30-something without political experience or a fat checkbook? Congressgirl, a single-camera comedy, follows former Miss America Chloe Jones (Candidate) and her Israeli-Immigrant type-A best friend Nachshon Sharoti (Chief of Staff) on their journey to running for Congress without super-PAC support, financial means, or political ties. This bi-racial candidate and no-filter activist duo make for quite the interesting and hilarious pair to take on Alabama.
Shannon Hardy & Ariel Sayegh
Charlie Murphy (15) is determined to clean-up her trashy bad girl reputation by throwing a posh 16th birthday party. But when her dad, Pat (40s), comes home after ten years in prison for organized crime, they must work past her “daddy issues” to keep the sweet sixteen – and family – from falling apart.
Mark Steinbach & Zach Zimmerman
When Michael, a 38-year old, gay Chipotle marketing exec, and Sam, a Gen Z, NYU dropout, non-binary drag artist get invited to a mysterious party on Fire Island, the brick that Marsha P. Johnson threw at Stonewall magically causes them to swap bodies on the Friday of Pride. With their lives on the line, can a neoliberal, baby-craving capitalist and a progressive, screw-the-system socialist come to understand each other – or will they forever be trapped in the other’s body thanks to one Fabulous Friday?
Christopher De La Cruz
Getting Schooled, hosted by high school teacher Chris De La Cruz, explores the intricacies and inequities of American education policy with plenty of humor to help the learning go down. In Mr. DLC’s class, an array of monologue jokes, celebrity guest speakers, and out of studio “Field Trips” will show students young and old that it wasn’t just you—it was the system all along.
Lili Michelle Koohestani
Joonam follows a young Iranian-Muslim girl, Lili, struggling to balance her culture and independence as she moves in with her very traditional grandmother who is suffering from Alzheimer’s.
Lifeline is a serialized dark comedy about a depressed young woman from a dysfunctional family who has to do community service at a suicide hotline after her own suicide attempt goes hilariously wrong.
Abdallah Nabil & Ayman Samman
A jovial immigrant with a short attention span works various odd jobs to support his family while chasing the American dream as he creates his own version of America.
Native Comedy at the Rock is a multi-day comedy festival featuring Native comedians, sketch comedy groups and improvisers from all over Indian Country to perform on a central stage on Alcatraz Island, home of the Occupation of Alcatraz by Indians of All Tribes from 1969 to 1971. The festival is a celebration of Native comedy that blends humor with history, highlighting important Native activists and movements that have brought Native issues to the forefront.
Three Black thieves turned lawyers own a bakery which serves as headquarters for their legion of “undercover investigators” who seek reparations for acts of appropriation.
Ali Abbas & Iman Saleh
Not for Profit is a workplace comedy about a group of Arab American women working at nonprofit in Dearborn, Michigan.
Benjamin Blackmon, a culturally out-of-touch, former corporate financier turned inexperienced principal gets a rude awakening when he learns he has been assigned to P.S. 13, the DMV of public schools located in the worst neighborhood in the city.
D’Lo, Shakina Nayfack, & Adelina Anthony
Ro and Shirelle have been besties since high school, before either of them came out as trans. But when they reconnect for a California road trip to their 15-year high school reunion, secrets from the past and an unspoken competition for “most successful transition” threaten to spoil their plans to impress old classmates. Like Romy & Michelle meets Harold & Kumar but instead, this trans, queer, interracial buddy comedy tests the staying power of chosen family.
A smartass runner at a Native American boarding school has one shot at graduating, if only two annoying ghosts would leave her alone.
A pre-med, Indian-American rideshare driver (triple non-threat) gets caught in a dangerous fraternity-sorority rivalry which turns out to be a war on the whole Greek system.
Anna Suzuki, Iliana Inocencio, Maya Deshmukh, & Angel Yau
After being scorned by the same woke white man, four vastly different Asian-American women in their 30’s decide to form the “Dove campaign” of pop groups. A half-hour scripted comedy.