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Help Hilarious Web Series #Adulting Hit Its Stretch Goal!

Hunting Season star Ben Baur, along with his co creator Thandi Tolmay have created a hilarious new web series called #Adulting

The series follows two best friends Max (Baur) and Faye (Tolmay) as they navigate life and love, all while staring down the barrel of ‘30’. Cheating boyfriends, rapidly slowing metabolisms and empty bank accounts are only the beginning. Episode 1 was warmly received and in response to the demand for more episodes Co Creators Baur and Tolmay started a crowd funding campaign so that they can complete Season 1 and get it to the fans.
According to Baur, “We came up with the idea for #Adulting because we wanted to tell stories that were tragically relatable to this really odd time in life, when you’re supposed to be a grown-up and you’re just… not.” “We’ve be so fortunate to have an amazing crew donating their talents and time to help bring #Adulting to life. We want to be able to pay these fantastic individuals what they deserve and also be able to provide better services for them on set.”

The series has met its original $15,000 goal, but now we need to help get them to their stretch goal of $20,000. If they hit their goal of $20,000, they will be shooting a special #Adulting Holiday episode. The Holiday in the episode will be decided by the donors.

The campaign is over tonight at 10pm PST, so there isn't much time left!

You can watch the first two episodes of the series below. Endorse the show's Kickstarter here to help the cast and crew reach their stretch goal.




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