THE BOTTOMING PROCESS
Two writers meet at WeWork and fall in love—or something like it. One is a famed novelist, and the other is a nobody who's mostly funny on Twitter. One is nearing middle age, and the other is flailing through their twenties. One is White, and the other is definitely Not. As they mate, date, and cohabitate, they'll grapple with issues of race, sex, power, and the model minority myth, all to find out who's really on top.
Nick's dog died—and life decides to bite back. Between battling grief and drowning in mourning, Nick relives growing up brown, overweight and Catholic; coming of age with a killer illness; and disorderly navigating his twenties with bipolar. But with newfound loss in his heart, he finds hidden trauma behind the memories he thought were the truth.
A collection of powerful, funny, and unapologetic monologues to give you permission to be bold, adventurous, and more you.
A white-washed transracial adoptee struggles to find her Asian identity, but when her high school’s Asian Baby Girls—girls known rebellious tendencies and killer Asian Pride—get a hold of her, everything changes. Comps: Euphoria meets Never Have I Ever. The Orchard Project (Episodic Lab) Finalist.
After his dad dies, a big city Asian American millennial looking for his big break, returns to his small town and reunites with his estranged family. There he learns they need him more than ever and he’s forced to choose between following his dreams and helping to rebuild his broken family. Comps: Ramy meets Nora From Queens. Mentorship Matters Semi-Finalist.
MILO co-written with George Salazar
A mixed-race New Yorker, is forced by his subconscious to reexamine his life, sending him down a rabbit hole of his memories to answer the question: “Why do you only date white men?” Comps: I May Destroy You meets The Flight Attendant.
Secrets and lies are brewing, and soon a dark truth will be served over dinner. A story about how far we’re willing to go for love told in true—and hilarious—teleserye style.