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Watch Episode 1 Of New Web Series "12 Steps To Recovery" (Healing A Broken Heart 1 Step At A Time)

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by Tambay A. Obenson
December 28, 2011 12:43 PM
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Back on the web series kick; recall I labeled 2011 the year of the black web series?

Here's another new web series for you all to watch, digest, discuss and follow (if episode one embedded below gets your attention). 

Although this one isn't entirely new, since they're up to, I believe, episode 14 or 15 right now. 

It's called 12 Steps To Recovery, written & directed by Tony Clomax, and produced by Tony Clomax & Emelyn Stuart.

The short description... 12 Steps To Recovery "is a romantic online comedy series about healing a broken heart one step at a time," hence the title. Further, the series' Facebook page calls it, "Sex and The City meets Curb Your Enthusiasm with some cinnamon and spice [...] New York City actor & jingle writer Parrish Diaz who gets dumped by his corporate girlfriend and his friends Blue and Dani come to his rescue by setting him up on 12 blind dates. Parrish goes through his healing period with each unique woman, while learning about friendship, forgiveness and true love, with major twists and a crucial decision to make."

It stars a few actors you might be familiar with like Kaleber Soze and Stephen Hill (long-time readers of S&A will remember that they both appeared in Black Swan Theory, the first S&A Filmmaker Challenge winning project written and directed by Nikyatu Jusu).

Watch episode 1 of Tony Clomax's 12 Steps To Recovery below:

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11 Comments

  • Drew | December 29, 2011 11:05 PMReply

    Um, you guys covered 12 Steps on the site (well the old site) a few times already...

  • mantan | January 4, 2012 2:55 PM

    that's what i thouht...

  • Doc | December 29, 2011 10:24 AMReply

    He's more emotional than Carl Thomas! Did he really think that he was gonna fall into some p*&^% just like that?

  • CareyCarey | December 29, 2011 7:48 AMReply

    "DAMN, IT SMELLS LIKE OPEN ASS IN HERE!" :-). Although ol'girl's acting started out a little stiff, after that line I was in for the whole 6 minutes. And, I was pleasantly surprised. Yep, this gets my toe tap and finger snap.

  • SH | January 7, 2012 6:40 PM

    Careycarey...i've seen you go IN! on shows before...glad you enjoyed it.

  • Maya | December 29, 2011 4:41 AMReply

    This series is great, I like that the story and episodes get better as you go along ( almost done watching them and I started today). Also, the best friend, I saw him in another webseries , forget the name but would love to catch up on that one too. For the quality of acting and production, surprised there aren't more views. It's all about exposure man, glad to see you guys giving them just that.

  • maya | December 29, 2011 4:45 AM

    also, Sitc did start off slow too as most shows do, I'm on epi 10 now and I'm dying to know how it ends!

  • bondgirl | December 28, 2011 10:08 PMReply

    It was pretty decent; worth watching the next one. I think if someone actually makes a webisode that is a period piece or adventure/action, I'll have a heart attack. Rom-coms are the new black...or blaxploitation, take your pick.

  • Jmac | December 28, 2011 9:32 PMReply

    First episode, eh. Next few episodes, a bit better. Doesn't really live up to SITC + CYE comparison.

  • Blak Jones | December 28, 2011 3:14 PMReply

    I enjoyed this episode. Glad I gave it a chance. Thanks for the look out. Mos def looking forward to the rest of the episodes. Great acting to boot.

  • Laura | December 28, 2011 12:50 PMReply

    I watched some of the shows. I found the show to be refreshing. It is entertaining, it many funny points. I think its a good webseries.

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