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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

New San Francisco Web Series "Read the Signs": What Happens After Sex

Posted By on Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 1:46 PM


Post sex conversations run the gamut -- from teary confessions to figuring out what to watch on TV -- and are the focal point of a new web series, "Read The Signs," from San Francisco-based director/writer/actor Luke Anthony.

Writer Michael W. Denison says, "Everybody can relate to not quite understanding the situations that they find themselves in, [but] these characters are slightly more crazy and less self-aware than maybe most people, so they dig their own holes and don't know it."

Produced out of a Mission District office, the comedy series is based on the character James (played by Anthony) and his wife Alicia as they deal with problems between the sheets. Over the course of the first season's eight episodes their (we doubt she has a license) sex therapist encourages them to explore sexual adventures outside the bedroom -- and outside the relationship.

The series debuts on the "Read the Signs" website on December 20, and following episodes will appear each Friday.

Check out the trailer here:

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