Bad Timing Web Series up for Nominations
Goldentusk’s AWESOME Zom-Rom-Com is running strong and we love it.
Imagine pining over the girl of your dreams, then getting your chance to be with her. Seems great, right? Well, factor in a zombie apocalypse dead in the middle of all that and it kind of complicates things. This zombie-romantic-comedy is funny, charming, and downright well-written in every way. Set up in chapters, season 1 is all about what happens after the apocalypse to our fearless IT guy, Andy. If you liked Shaun of the Dead and enjoy a good series of shorts, do yourself a favor and check out Season 1 right here. The next season is also available and I can’t be more excited for the series.
Goldentusk reached out to us with a heads-up on the nominations Bad Timing received and we couldn’t be happier! The series is in the running for an impressive 7 categories in the 9th annual Indie Series Awards in LA on April 4th, 2018. Being given the advance opportunity to write about an indie zom-rom-com like Bad Timing is an honor. We all know that I love AWESOME indie films and this one is, in fact, AWESOME.
Here are the nominations:
Best Comedy Series
Best Directing – Comedy
Best Lead Actor – Comedy
Best Guest Actor – Comedy
Best Costume Design
- Military Guy, Bad Timing Season 2 (Loved it)
We are super excited for Goldentusk and wish them the best of luck on their nominations on April 4th!
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