Hire Us Hollywood
Summary: Welcome to Hire Us Hollywood, where each week our resident millennial hosts, Jackie and Diana, take turns pitching their latest and greatest ideas for Hollywood's next hit show. The only rules for their pitches are that their shows needs to have a plot, and a dream cast already picked out. Theme songs are encouraged but not required. New episodes premiere every Friday. If you are a Hollywood executive reading this and want to hire us, please feel free to slide into our instagram DMs.
For our season finale, Jackie pitches her latest and greatest idea - a show that imagines artists swapped into different time periods. We're talking Banksy during the middle of the pop art era, Picasso in 2008 making memes, and Charlie Chaplin doing it for the vine. But it's not enough just to imagine it, for the show to be great, you obviously have to create it too.
This week Diana pitches an idea that's been brewing in her noggin for awhile- a TV show that looks at the world of mythical creatures that help out adults. Instead of watching the tooth fairy gather teeth, there's the good parking spot fairy helping you on a Saturday afternoon at Costco and the finding money in your pocket gremlin, helping you at the Walgreen's checkout line.
It's Jackie's turn this week, and she's pitching a show that's near and dear to her heart. Drama llama and the Hypocritical Hippopotamus follows a pair of animal roommates who are highly skilled at solving everyone's problems except their own.
Diana's latest pitch is inspired by her love of terrible reality TV shows, and her real life road trip adventures with her best friends. It's a winning combination that brings you such antics as veering of the side of the road to visit a fruit and firework stand, and realizing sometimes you just got to be along for the ride.
Are you ready to take a ride in the Cat Taxi?
Will you be the king of the snow pile this snow day?
This episodeJackie pitches a show about an instagram wedding planner, turned funeral parlor owner after a failed engagement. #nofuneralselfiesplease
This week, we dig into our TV show idea archive (aka Jackie's notebook) as Diana pitches one of our earliest show ideas. UnForegetable is the tale of a local community college competitive mini golf team, that involves high stakes competitions, mini golf themed tattoo sleeves, and the windmill incident of 1998.
It's double trouble this week, because Jackie and Diana are both pitching tv shows inspired by the Death Cab for Cutie concert they attended. Somehow, one of them came out of the concert with a summertime game show, while the other came up with an over the top drama. We promise, they really were at the same concert.
This week Jackie pitches a show revolving around a cryptic coffee shop owner, who sips on other's future, while sifting through the dregs of her past. Just in time for the winter solstice.
This week Diana pitches a show that's based on true events...sort of. Get ready to hear the story of Peggy Sue, the world's greatest private investigator, and her husband...who's actually a detective.
This week Jackie pitches a riveting new show in which there's drama, intrigue, and most importantly, a dioroma of taxidermy possums playing poker. Hollywood are you ready for the Taxidermy Olympics?
For our first episode, Diana's pitch is based on true story, which combines her millenial love of tinder and pizza all in one. Say hello to the Pizza Vigilante. In Pizza Crust We Trust.