Wraptastic Posts Episodic Miniseries on the Road with OWC

Because Chris is also the drum and percussion technician for Elton John, much of the show's postproduction took place on the road, while he was on tour.
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Please Tell Me I'm Adopted! is an original short-form episodic comedy series created and produced by Nicole and Chris Sobchack of Wraptastic Productions. The series is gaining a new burst of interest after being picked up by Amazon earlier this year.

Please Tell Me follows free-spirited, wide-eyed disaster magnet Tiffany (Nicole Sobchack), who loses her boyfriend, her job and her home all in one day and is forced to move in with her newly married sister Emma (Andie Karvelis) and Emma's husband Bob (Ben Kacsandi).

Because Chris is also the drum and percussion technician for Elton John, much of the show's postproduction took place on the road, while he was on tour. "I was editing and grading in hotel rooms, on tour buses and even on the plane," Chris says. "Speed and dependability were extremely important, so having devices like the OWC 2 TB Mercury Elite Pro Dual mini is vital. It has the performance and flexibility I need: I can use it as RAID 0 or 1 powered by my Mac. You do the work when and where you can, so transferring data at up to 738 MB/s helps me stay on schedule."

The 10-minute segments are proving to be very popular with younger viewers, who can watch Please Tell Me on any screen they want, whenever they want. Chris adds that there are still plenty of Tiffany's misadventures to be told.

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