LOLwork is a reality documentary TV series that premiered on Bravo in November 2012. The show follows employees at a company called Cheezburger as they create a new comedic web series. The 30-minute show highlights the daily work lives of the creative staff as they attempt to make funny videos and photos of animals. Their goal is to create viral content for distribution on social media, YouTube, and other sites.
List of LOLWork Cast Members
Following is a list of the primary cast members for the LOLWork show.
- Alison Luhrs
- Alison Monda
- Ben Huh
- Emily Huh
- Forest Gibson
- Paul Gude
- Todd Sawicki
- Sarah Hiraki
- Tori Wadzita
- William Sharick
List of Episodes
The LOLWork show ran for one season, which includes six episodes. Each episode is 20 to 23 minutes long. The show is available to watch online via Amazon Video.
- Episode 1 – The Show Must Go On! – In the first episode, the staff creates a new comedy series for their website.
- Episode 2 – Career Day – First, the staff leads a career day for kids. The mixture of kids and socially awkward adults makes for an interesting combination.
- Episode 3 – Cheez Olympics – This episode begins with some team-building activities. Ben has the staff compete in what he calls, “The Cheez Olympics”, which involves a variety of ridiculous competitions.
- Episode 4 – Coffee Is for Closers – Ben tries to teach the creative team how to sell ads. Also, he teaches them how to interact with the Cheezburger community.
- Episode 5 – We’re Live in 3…2…1 – When Will’s beloved cat Winston is diagnosed with a medical problem that will require an expensive hip replacement, the staff all pitches in to create a live streaming online fundraiser. Paul, a lifelong fan of telethons, lives out a dream as the host of the show that stars everyone from ornery Chihuahuas to horny musicians and amazing magicians, plus a LOL-speaking Hamlet just for good measure.
- Episode 6 – Lesbian Cat Wedding! – When two lesbian super users of the site get engaged online, Will steps up and plays wedding planner, dragging the rest of the staffers along for the ride for the cat-themed extravaganza. With last minute preparations and the day of ceremony jitters, love blooms for the couple and an unexpectedly Forest and Sarah do what comes naturally amidst the romance of the night.
Production Company and Executive Producers
The series is produced by The Jay and Tony Show and RelativityREAL production companies. The executive producers are Jay Blumenfield, Tom Forman and Tony Marsh.
Critical Response and Awards
- The LOLWork series was not nominated for any awards
- The series received a 5-star rating on Amazon Video, based on a small number of ratings
- The series received a rating of 5 out 10 stars on IMDB
Facts and Trivia
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