Webster alumnis' web series ‘Dealership’ against ‘Between Two Ferns’ and ‘Burning Love’ for LA Weekly's…
Alums up for L.A. Weekly’s ‘Best Web Series’ award
Two Webster University graduates are up for an L.A. Weekly “Best Web Series” award. Alums Todd Spence and Roger Johnson created the web series “Dealership,” which documents the “day in the life” shenanigans of four car salesmen. Zak White, Webster alumnus, was a writer and the director for the web series. Spence and Johnson act in the series as well.
Twenty web series are up for the award, including “Between Two Ferns” starring Zach Galifianakis.
For more information and to watch “Dealership,” go to dealershiptheseries.com.
To vote for “Dealership” for best web series, go to polls.laweekly.com. Voting ends at midnight on Aug. 30. The winner will be announced on Sept. 19.
Check out The Journal on Sept. 4 for a feature on “Dealership” and its creators.