Vine is no longer just a trendy social media tool for short video. The Twitter-owned video app is now the medium in which logo will air a 22-episode series titled, “The Vines of Sauvignon Blanc.” The networked announced that this is the first soap opera to air on Vine and will follow, “the heart-wrenching tale of a wealthy vineyard owner who is told he only has two minutes and six seconds to live as his family plots for power and prestige, all while being incredibly pressed for time.” Here are the details.
The series even has an impressive cast:
The cast includes; Sue Galloway (“30 Rock”); Stephen Guarino (“Happy Endings,” “Big Gay Sketch Show”); Jamie Lee (“Girl Code”); Leslie Meisel (Second City, Upright Citizen’s Brigade); Reichen Lemkuhl (“Amazing Race,” “The A-List: New York”): Michael Hartney (Upright Citizen’s Brigade) and Jarvis Derrell (#SheHasHadIt).
Is TV’s answer to YouTube and Hulu, Vine and Instavideos? This will be an exciting experiment to watch and be sure to see other networks follow. Here’s the first episode.
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