COMEDY – The brand new comedy web series Happy Now featuring Deliciously Stella

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The brand new British comedy web series Happy Now launches new episodes, including Long Weekend featuring popular online star Bella Younger (AKA Deliciously Stella), this British comedian has over 124 thousand instagram followers and Techno Cock, starring TV presenterMatt JohnsonThis exciting web series was written mainly by women, produced by a woman and shares great female characters.

Happy Now is a series about relationships and the issues facing modern couples today.  Each episode tells a different story about a different couple, written by a different writer and explores relationship milestones ranging from getting engaged, meeting the parents, moving in together, getting the dream job and ummm… erectile dysfunction.  In their quest for happiness the couples encounter conflict, power struggles, compromise, selfishness and a little bit of love!

Producer Natasha Bardusco and producer/director Gavin O’Grady of Normal Productions, both have strong television backgrounds. Natasha Bardusco has produced high ranking television shows such as Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model (Sky Living), The Only Way is Essex (ITV Be), The Cube (ITV) and Big Brother (Channel 4/ Channel 5).  Gavin O’Grady also has outstanding credits including 10 O’clockLive (Channel 4), Made in Chelsea (E4), The Only Way is Essex (ITV Be), The Alternative Election Night (Channel 4) and Popatron (BBC 2).

The stellar cast includes Bella Younger (AKA Deliciously Stella), Luke McQueen (@elevenish – ITV2), Will Hartley (BAFTA nominated CBBC sketch show ‘FIT’), Matt Johnson (Good Morning Britain TV Presenter), Alison Thea-Scott (Funny Women’s Ones To Watch 2016),Anna Wilson-Jones (Black Mirror – Channel 4) Rob Heaps (Law and Order), Charlotte Weston (The IT Crowd – Channel 4) and Griffin Stevens (Glue – E4).

Happy How offers a platform for promoting new, up and coming talent, without the constraints of pitching to broadcasters.