New web series: That Reminds Me

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About the series

That Reminds Me, is a new web series ​about the things that “just happen” when you’re with your family, premiered  Tuesday, October 6, 2015 and can be watched on ​​  New episodes will be available every 2 weeks.

That Reminds Me… aims to attract a wide audience that will include baby boomers and millennials alike. It is a show with something for everyone! Think Modern Family meets Arrested Development​with a healthy dose of classic sitcom.

The seven episode series was hatched in the creative minds of Executive Producers Jenny Paul, Chelsea Roach, and Monica Cangero and Co­Executive Producer Marla Pachter.

The ensemble cast is led by Jenny Paul as Janie, the somewhat rational older sister; Chelsea Roach as Kelsey, the off­the­wall younger sister; and Monica Cangero as Elaine, the girls’ recently widowed mother. Joining them is veteran actor Greg Mullavey as Grandpa Kelsey. Mullavey is best known for his lead role in Norman Lear’s hit TV series Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman​. Younger audiences recognize him as Grandfather Shay in Nickelodeon’s ​iCarly​. The rest of this functionally dysfunctional family includes actress, casting director and producer Helene Galek as “chakra clearing” Aunt Carol. Greg Carter, a veteran of New York’s cabaret and theater scene plays Janie’s level­headed biological dad, Carter. Steven Hauck, who plays Carter’s long term partner and Janie’s other dad Martin, is known to fans for his film, television and theater roles including King Lear with Paul Sorvino, The Amazing Spider­Man 2 and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Marla Pachter​, the series creator and head writer, has written and produced several web sitcoms including Lemons and FYE. Pachter’s writing has appeared on Huffington Post, The Frisky, Glamour, Yahoo and Today. In development: Jane Doe (a dark comedy pilot). That Reminds Me… is directed by Wendy Seyb (director/choreographer), whose vibrant work includes the Rainforest Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall which featured Sting, Kevin Spacey and James Taylor (choreographer), The Pee Wee Herman Show (Broadway/HBO), Off­Broadway’s The Toxic Avenger and Murder for Two, and various shows with Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, and Nickelodeon and edited by Mike Cucinotta​, best known for his work on Bear City 2: The Proposal, is the co­founder of and the video editor for AMC Network’s new streaming service, Shudder.

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