Your favorite hipsters on the web is back for a second season of the hit rom-com web series, “Hipsterhood.” All 10-episode series have been released today (Aug. 27) on Blip.tv and across the web, distributed in co-partnership with Silphi Roy, the show’s producer. This marks the first time Blip has engaged in the “marathon viewing experience.”
Also, from today until Sept. 30, “Hipsterhood” fans will have the chance to take their fall fashion wardrobes up to the ultimate trendy level. A viewer has the chance to win a shopping spree from Blip with gift cards worth $1,000 to shop at the online store of the winner’s choice! Some of the select online shops to choose from include ModCloth, Topshop, Lulu*s, Tobi and more. Make sure to go to Hipsterhood’s Blip page, Twitter page and Faceboook page to learn more about the show and shopping spree.
“Fans really seemed to connect with the show’s awkwardness the first time around,” said Roy. “I’m looking forward to bringing them back to Silver Lake and giving them an even more intimate look at how hard it is live and date in this neighborhood when everyone lives in a world of constant uncertainty and self-consciousness. Hopefully this season is even more awkward and relatable than the first!”
“Hipsterhood” features “Eastsiders” and “Mad Men” stars Kit Williamson (someone’s ShockYa’s had the pleasure of interviewing) and “86’d” and “The Flipside” star Elizabeth Ferraris, as well as new castmates and guest stars including Daniel Vincent Gordh (“The Lizzie Bennett Diaries”) and guest appearnces by popular YouTube stars Michelle Glavan, Colleen Ballinger and Brendan Bradley.
Heres’ more on “Hipsterhood”:
“Based in hipster-esque Los Angeles neighborhood of Silver Lake, Hipsterhood follows two trendy 20-somethings as they explore the in-and-outs of dating. Focusing on the awkwardness of real-life interactions coupled with incessant self-analysis and internal monologues, the series showcases the difficulties, comedic relief, and universality of relationships within and outside of the hipster subculture. The series debuted last year to rave critical and fan reviews, with Stephanie Carrie of LA Weekly saying the series was “hilarious” and an “acerbic love song to Roy’s inner hipster.”