TV Veterans Produce Web-Only Show

Sep 13, 2007 By GARY GENTILE, AP Business Writer
TV Veterans Produce Web-Only Show (AP)
This photo provided by Quarterlife.com shows actress Bitsie Tulloch, who plays Dylan Krieger in a scene from the internet series "Quarterlife," in Los Angeles. The creative team behind such TV shows as "Thirtysomething" and "My So-Called Life" are launching a Web-based show centering on the lives of a group of twentysomething friends. The show will debut on MySpace.com on Nov. 11, 2007, and will also be paired with its own social networking site. (AP Photo/Quarterlife.com)

(AP) -- The creative minds behind such TV shows as "Thirtysomething" and "My So-Called Life" are launching a Web-based show, hoping to find the artistic freedom online that they say is lacking on broadcast networks.



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