GROSSE MISCONDUCT can now be viewed on Revry, the first ever LGBTQ streaming service! Click on the image below to watch now!
On May 14, 2018, Not So Artful Productions released GROSSE MISCONDUCT, a six-part digital series that depicts an eccentric Human Resources team as they navigate personal and professional struggles under the leadership of their high-maintenance director, Mitch Grosse. In March, 2019, GROSSE MISCONDUCT entered into a partnership with the streaming service, Revry, the first-ever global LGBTQ-focused streaming service, and is available in over 100 countries. The app can be viewed and downloaded on many mobile and online platforms, including AppleTV, Roku, and Comcast's Xfinity X1. Revry's selection of entertainment includes iconic films, cutting-edge series, groundbreaking podcasts, music albums and videos, and originals. Across all platforms, Revry's global reach is 50 million viewers!
GROSSE MISCONDUCT is a workplace comedy that veers from the dramatic to the absurd, and features two leading LGBTQ characters. Creators/writers/executive producers Colby Ryan and Anne Schroeder have been inspired by the new network series “Champions” and “Instinct”, the recent film “Love, Simon”, and the eagerly anticipated drama "Pose". They seek to spotlight more LGBTQ characters in leading roles, featuring narratives that show how alike we all are, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. To that end, GROSSE MISCONDUCT does not feature a coming-out story or anyone struggling with gender identity. These characters are living, loving, working, arguing and celebrating, and their stories can now be more accessible than ever – not just in film and television, but for a new generation of smartphone viewers with short attention spans!
GROSSE MISCONDUCT stars Colby Ryan as Mitch Grosse, Anne Schroeder as Sarah Wilson, Steve Barkman as Brian Lambert and Pooya Mohseni as Alicia Castile.
Ryan and Schroeder, along with Director Mitchell Lazar and Producer Daniel Sorochkin, aim to create and celebrate work that better represents the full spectrum of our LGBTQ communities, and features characters that are identifiable and relatable to all audiences.