Drama-Ridden Quarterlife Trainwreck Hits MySpace TV
Appealing to the same people that kept Dawson's Creek undeservedly on air, Quarterlife Crisis explores the lives of twenty-somethings "coming of age" in the digital era. (That means it's about a blogger who airs her friends' dirty laundry over the internet, to the demise of her personal relationships.)
This is a show that didn't quite make it to TV land, so it's airing on MySpace and launching a social network instead. Users will be able to affect the show's plot (possibly, says MarketingVox) and get some professional networking and job help. Though we're pretty sure that if the network flies at all, people are overwhelmingly just going to meet up to drink, sob about their confusion and hook up.
Actually, Craigslist probably fills both those roles pretty nicely.
Catch vestiges of all the self-entitled angst at Quarterlife.com. It debuts on November 11th, and you can blame producers Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick.