The Comedy Web Series about two guys who just can’t figure it out returns on Tuesdays with 8 hilarious episodes. The Vancouver made little web series that could, Chasing Mood, returns on Tuesdays beginning March 29th with eight hard-hitting episodes. After watching season 1 I can’t wait to see what goes, will Brendon finally get some action?
The comedic series, which follows the lives of two guys trying to find their calling in life, has not only caught the attention of online viewers, but big name actors as well, who are eager to participate in the series. Chasing Mood stars Canadian actors Curtis Lum and Brendon Bertolini, whose all too familiar story of actors with extreme passion for becoming respected but not getting the roles to reflect their hunger led them to this successful series. In season 2, the episodes will be released every Tuesday at 9pm starting March 29th, and will stream
episodes ranging from 5-6 minutes in length.
In Season 1, we met the characters of Chasing Mood and were treated to nine episodes chronicling the uncomfortably “real” tales of Brendon and Curtis aggressively chasing their dreams of being actors and failing miserably. Brendon’s hobbies include video games and making everyone around him feel uncomfortable, while Curtis focuses on partying, smooth talking ladies, and keeping his friends out of trouble. “As this duo evolved as people and actors, so did the show, which morphed from a show about two actors, to a show that (in season two) revolves around a couple of guys trying to figure out what they want to do with their lives. It grew so much from a show where we poked fun at the film industry, to a show that is now putting a comedic spin on everyday life.” says writer and director Leslie Birch.
In season 2, Chasing Mood welcomes Jarod Johnson (Melrick Jr), who plays Brendon’s fast talking hustler friend, and Red, played by Blu Mankuma (2012, Fathers & Sons, Andromeda) who also starred in Season 1. Here is the trailer for season 2:
Both the cast and crew of Chasing Mood have special reasons to be so dedicated to this unique and hilariously scripted show produced by Leslie Birch, Curtis Lum and Todd Giroux. Todd has over 17 years in the film and media industry, most recently heading up Canada’s largest Post Production company. Todd also sits on the Board of Advisors for the School of Broadcast- TV, Radio and Journalism at BCIT. Leslie also writes and directs the show pulling from his rich background with some of the industry’s top production companies, and brings his known talents with “guerrilla style” filming to add a unique flavour to the series.
Be sure to catch Chasing Mood every Tuesday starting next week.