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Living Boy Productions’ latest project is Stoop Sale, an original comedy web series created by and starring Devin Sanchez and Michael Ferrell, written by Michael Ferrell, and featuring some of New York City’s finest and funniest actors.

Stoop Sale was an official selection at the 2010 Independent Television Festival in L.A. and was picked up for distribution on where it is currently being released, a new episode every Friday.

Check it out here:


First, if you haven’t seen it, the Tony Hayward apology video:

And here’s the parody video I made with the co-creator of my upcoming web series “Stoop Sale,” Devin Sanchez:

If you like this video, post it on your facebook, twitter, or what have you.  Thanks!

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“Stoop Sale” is a new comedy web series created by Michael Ferrell (me) and Devin Sanchez, written by Michael Ferrell (me again), and directed by Douglas Hosdale.

After co-creating and co-producing “Hard Times,” I had an idea to produce a comedy web series that takes place in only one location over a short period of time with a small cast and story arch.  I came up with “Stoop Sale,” a six-episode web series filmed entirely over one weekend at one location.  And the best news of all?  We got a sponsorship for this one: Mud Coffee!

“Stoop Sale” is about a young couple, Brad and Daisy, who recently broke up and decided to both leave their New York City apartment.  On the weekend before they move, however, they are selling a lot of their stuff in a “stoop sale.”  In each episode, new characters pop in and out of the stoop sale, forcing Brad and Daisy to deal with everything from violent neighborhood guys, ex-boyfriends, apathetic family members, and of course, each other.

For “Stoop Sale” I teamed up with Devin Sanchez, who recently starred in Michael Stahl-David’s “Behind the Star” and Douglas Hosdale, director, producer, writer, etc. to create what we think is a very funny show.  We were also fortunate enough to cast amazingly talented and hilarious New York City actors as guest stars: Chris Chalk, D.H. Johnson, Josh Tyson, Rachel Axelrod, Stephanie Lovell, Lonny Friedman, Jay Pluck, Jamie Dunn, and Douglas McKeown, along with some bonus cameos and improv scenes from even more of New York’s talent pool of comedy.

Be on the lookout for some promos and teasers – we are currently in post-production and expect Episode 1 to drop early February 2010.

I’m really happy with the way this episode turned out.  It is pretty epic, though I don’t think it drags, and it goes some wacky places.  It’s a little weird having my balls thrown about like so much pie in the face…but whatayagonnado.

Episode 5 Poster

The latest episode of HARD TIMES has dropped:

You can help out Hard Times by showing it to your friends, posting it to your Facebook, Tweetin’ about it, putting it on your blog, writing a front page news story about it in the New York Times, etc., etc.  Thanks fans!

Hey Hard Times fans –

Check out this amazingly cool blog about HR, it’s a very entertaining and informative blog about a subject that is very relevant to me…and maybe you???

Punk Rock HR


Picture by John Coyne

Check it out Hard Times fans!  We got featured on the new media entertainment blog:

Web Series Magazine

It’s a great blog for web series, scroll down and enjoy!

Hey Hard Times fans, today’s top story on the widely read blog, “Unemploymentality” is our show!  Check out the story and the blog, it’s great!

Haven’t seen every episode yet???  We’ve released 3 already!  Check them out here:

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