Toronto, Canada, July 24, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- What began as a “twenty something” dream of Toronto model, Jill Clark, has turned into Canada’s fastest growing internet webisode. Since 2007, Twenty Something (TSTV) has attracted over 2 million viewers tuning in each week to learn about issues that matter most to them. No topic is taboo as the Twenty Something hosts reveal the truth behind women’s health, sex & dating, body image, managing money and, of course, making dreams a reality.
August 8th, 2008, Twenty Something welcomes a new website in the design of Clark’s Toronto-area apartment. Featuring 4 new episodes every week located in The Bedroom (sex & dating), The Kitchen (health & living/eating well), The Living Room (empowering topics) & The Bathroom (beauty & fashion) viewers have more choice than before.
“This change will allow our viewers to have a choice on the episodes they watch each week. Not everyone wants to be limited to a show about emergency contraceptive – it’s an important topic, of course – we just feel that choice is also important,” says, Host & Co-Creator, Jill Clark.
Joining the cast is Todd Shapiro,
resident ladies man & co-host of 102.1 the Edge's top rated morning show for adults 18-34 for the past 7 years Todd holds the title of “Twenty Something’s first male co-host” and gives viewers an uncensored – yet hilarious - glimpse into the mind of men.
Twenty Something will also be unveiling a new theme song, composed by Toronto area jazz singer, Nicola Moore. Moore - a rising star on Toronto’s music scene – will debut the theme in advance of her performance at this year’s Honey Jam.
Upcoming episodes scheduled for Twenty Something’s launch include performances by Nicola Moore, sailing on Lake Ontario courtesy of Toronto’s Sail Escapes, beauty advice from the artists at The Artist Group Limited, Twenty Something travels to St. Maarten and, of course, Todd Shapiro sharing his thoughts on sex, dating and past relationships.
Twenty Something’s website also allows viewers to continue each episode’s discussion through interactive content. Each week viewers are eager to connect with the Twenty Something cast by commenting on past and present episodes, suggesting topics for upcoming episodes and participating in polls.
The Host – Jill Clark
Jill Clark is a model (Deal or No Deal Canada) with a natural talent to host. Her fearless approach will not allow her guests to keep secrets and often results in enlightening and hilarious conversations. As the series co-creator, Clark is an entrepreneurial woman who believes that pushing the boundaries only challenges her viewers to break down the walls of taboo subjects.
Clark has been featured on ET Canada, CityTV News, CHUM FM, Breakfast Television, 102.1 The Edge, E! Talk Daily and The Toronto Star.
Producer/Director/Co-Creator – Brett Heard
A twenty year veteran to the film and television industry, Heard has worked alongside Matthew Perry, Will Farrell and Sylvester Stallone. He has also written and directed multiple commercials, television pilots as well as several short films. Recently, Heard was nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Director and beyond focusing on Twenty Something, he has several projects on the go for film, television and the internet.