Season 2 of
, the irreverent, sexy web comedy series from screenwriting team and real-life couple, Michael Ashley and Valerie Shepherd, will make its debut at the
on June 30th at Busby's East in Los Angeles. Mike and Valerie star as the couple you love to hate. He is an insensitive jerk; she is a spoiled brat. They are rich yuppies who own an ironic t-shirt business. But in Season 2 the worst couple on earth loses it all: their home, their company, and their money. Due to insanely poor planning and an unprecedented economic downturn, Mike and Valerie are forced to sell their t-shirt company to Matt, their former employee that they used to kick around. Suddenly, homeless and penniless, Mike and Valerie have no other choice but to move in with their arch-nemeses, Terry and Terri, the most annoyingly perfect couple on earth. In Season 2 the ultimate bad seeds desperately try to scheme their way back to the high life.
Michael Ashley and Valerie Sheperd
The announcement party will kick off with a celebrity red carpet, including the following confirmed celebrities: Illeana Douglas ("GoodFellas," "Cape Fear," "Stir of Echoes"), Teal Sherer ("The Guild"), Brittney Powell ("General Hospital," That Thing You Do!," "Xena: Warrior Princess"), Tim Russ ("Star Trek Voyager," "Live Free Die Hard," "Samantha Who," "I-Carly"). Expected celebrities include: Michael Biehn ("Terminator," "Aliens," "Tombstone," "Navy Seals"), Jennifer Blanc-Biehn ("The Crow," "Southland"), Justine Bateman ("Family Ties," "Satisfaction"), Alyssa Lobit ("The Things We Carry," "The Victim"), Dana Daurey ("Bewitched," "Hannah Montana"), and many more to be announced.
About Bad Love
Starring: Michael Ashley, Valerie Shepherd, Matt Hirschfeld, M. Elizabeth Hughes (producer of "Herpes Boy" and "Miss Dial") and Mike Danner. Directed by Tom Flynn, known for his outstanding direction on the series, "Semi-Dead" at the LA Web Fest (2010). Cinematography by Benjamin Kantor. Edited by Bryan Tuck. Ashley and Shepherd were recently featured in the book, "Byte-Sized Television" by Ross Brown, screenwriter for "The Cosby Show" and showrunner for "Step by Step." They are also madly in love.