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Indie Series Award Winner 'Bloomers' Returns For Season 3! Support the Show's IndieGoGo Campaign

Indie Series Award-winning web series Bloomers is returning for a third season after a hugely entertaining Season 2.  Star and showrunner Matt Palazzolo has crafted a third season of 13 episodes, each 22-minutes long, that are sure to surprise, shock and captivate the show's growing audience of nearly 12 million viewers and 22K subscribers. With new and exciting guest stars and story lines for its seven main characters, and a new relationship with Collective Digital Studio, the season is shaping up to be the biggest yet.

"I really started the writing process for Season 3 before we wrapped Season 2, sharing some of these ideas with the production team," Palazzolo says, "and now I’m ready to make it happen."

Bloomers returns with its main cast of seven friends Brooke (Matt Palazzolo), Francesca (Fernanda Espíndola), Vaughan (Jay Ali), Ross (Nate Frizzell), Karen (Holly Holstein), Clarissa (Kristin Barker) and Joanna (Swati Kapila) all return to the third season for more hilarity, adventure, and drama.

Take an award winning powerhouse cast and add the superstar guests list roster slated for return in Season 3 and the anticipation goes through the roof.

Star Kristin Barker is looking forward to the return for a third season.

"This season, I would also really love to meet Eli (her ex husband on the show) because I'm a sucker for retrospect. The divorce left some hooks in Clarissa that she needs to pull out and and address in order to move forward."

The third season of the critically acclaimed online comedy goes into production summer of 2014 and is slated to launch in early 2015. Bloomers is an online comedy/dramedy about growing out of your twenties and surviving in Los Angeles. It is written by and stars Matt Palazzolo and directed by Indie Series Award winners Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager) and Henryk Cymerman.

You can help support Bloomers in its effort to make the best third season possible. Contribute to the show's IndieGoGo campaign here.


Unknown said…
Please keep the Nancy Gail character. As Tracey's Uncle, I am allowed to be biased.

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