Series Unleashes on June 18th to Celebrate International Take Your Dog to Work Day
Previewed at AOL’s NewFront Event in New York City
To celebrate International Take Your Dog to Work Day, the series premieres on AOL On Relationships beginning on June 18, 2012. A total of fifteen episodes will air weekly. AOL gave more than 450 brand advertisers, marketers, agencies, digital and TV media buyers a sneak peek of the new series at its Digital Content NewFront today in New York City.
Meet the Cast
- Liza (Colette Wolfe, Hot Tub Time Machine, “Cougar Town”) - A newly single thirty-something who has recently quit her job as a lawyer and opens a doggy day care called Fetching
- Oscar - Liza’s adorable mutt rescued from a shelter who is her closest (cuddliest) confidant, and may have better taste in who Liza should date than she does
- Matt (Levi Fiehler, Wolf Town) - A single Princeton Grad who works as Fetching’s dog walker and may not be quite living up to his potential
- Adi (Sandra Vergara, Fright Night) - The sexy and opinionated Latina receptionist at Fetching who gives Liza her sassy but honest advice about love and men
- David aka. Daveed (Brian Titchnell, Stained Glass) - Fetching’s dog groomer who was once the hottest hairdresser to the stars now only styles dogs because they don't talk back
- Sheila (Elaine Hendrix, The Parent Trap) - Fetching's biggest client, along with her overly pampered pup Frederick, just may be the shop’s biggest pain in the tail
- Blake (Dave Annable, “Brothers & Sisters”) - A local bank executive who is charming, devastatingly handsome and extremely allergic to dogs
- Jack (Robert Bagnell, The Comeback) Liza’s brother, about to be a father for the first time, who struggles under the demands of a very pregnant wife, his jealous dog and Liza’s harebrained schemes
- Mitch: (Josh Casaubon, “I Just Want My Pants Back”) - Liza’s ex-fiancé who she left at the alter to pursue her dream of becoming a self-sufficient doggie day care owner
Fetching is directed by Jason Reilly and written by Amy Harris. Harris is best known for her work on “Sex and the City” and “Gossip Girl.”
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Vuguru’s inaugural series Prom Queen pioneered the online serial space with its unique format and distribution. Most recently, Vuguru’s The Booth at the End was licensed to Rogers Media for multi-platform distribution in Canada, FOX International Channels for distribution across its entire network of pay-TV channels and online sites, and Hulu for streaming distribution in the US. Additional Vuguru series include Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell; Pretty Tough; The Millionaire Tour; Nuclear Family, Off Season, Little Women BIG CARS, Fetching, Crawlspace and the Emmy-nominated Back on Topps.