I’m very excited to announce that the full pilot for the Terminal B sitcom I worked on earlier this year is now available online! This project was a lot of fun, and I hope it will raise enough interest and funding to allow us to make at least a full season with these great characters.
The new web site for the production is: http://www.terminalbshow.com
The site includes case photos and bios, as well as a history of how this project came about.
The producers are releasing the pilot in a couple of ways. You can watch the full pilot in one sitting on Vimeo, via the main web site. There is a $1 24 hour rental, or for just $2.99 you can download the whole pilot and watch as many times as you want. Why is it not free, you ask? Because any funds raised this way will go toward making future episodes. So I hope you can chip in $1 or $2.99 to support this indie, fully self-funded project.
You can also watch individual episodes for free on YouTube. However, as a fundraising incentive, the YouTube series does not include the last 8 minutes of the pilot. As you can imagine, those last 8 minutes are important, and yes, I’m involved. If you can support the project so we can make more episodes, the Vimeo approach will give you better quality and a smoother viewing experience. Otherwise, you can at least see most of the pilot for free on YouTube.
This was a great bunch of people and I have high hopes for the future of this project. Check it out, support us if you can, and either way, let me know what you think!