Human Hothouse: The Aftershow

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"Vain, Vapid, Vulgar...and the 2nd most popular TV show in the country." The hugest, most binge-worthy TV hit in the entire nation is "Human Hothouse," the gripping drama that follows the last 7 humans on earth as they try to recreate civilization inside the government sponsored bio-dome that spared them from a universally fatal global pandemic. The second most watched TV show in the nation is "Human Hothouse: The Aftershow," an hour long recap that immediately follows. Each week, 27 million viewers tune in to watch host Tia Von Bachman chat and Tweet it up with the show's stars, creators and celebrity superfans. Gasp as the wheels come off in the alcohol-fueled season finale, where whispered secrets and searing behind the scenes conflicts spill out into an epic night of trainwreck TV. “Human Hothouse: The Aftershow” is spirited take-down of artistic navel gazing fed by jealousy, ego, social media and tequila.From Jim Hanna, the creator of 2015 Hollywood Fringe hit "The 7th Annual One-Man Show World Championships," a 10 time nominee and three time winner at the 2015 Fringe Awards.

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'Human Hothouse' is a very creative journey into a future dystopian reality nightmare tv show. Fringe vet Jim Hanna has created a gripping play that takes you into the darker side of human nature, replete with comic interplay, desperately drunk on-air guests and the season finale to end all season finales. The audience laughed their way through the hour & the cast led the fun as they took us into their world. Writer Jim Hanna deals with some heavier issues through the play, such as the character of Bindi who is exquisitely played by the talented Emily Dorsett, as she displays the dark traits of human nature as a character who is anti-Semitic, murderous & relentless in the pursuit of her goal. Must-watch viewing for any fans of Big Brother & Reality TV afficionados, and a stark warning of where our reality-obsessed culture might lead! Good luck to the Human Hothouse.

sweet - Marcus J Freed


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'Human Hothouse' is a very creative journey into a future dystopian reality nightmare tv show. Fringe vet Jim Hanna has created a gripping play that takes you into the darker side of human nature, replete with comic interplay, desperately drunk on-air guests and the season finale to end all season finales. The audience laughed their way through the hour & the cast led the fun as they took us into their world. Writer Jim Hanna deals with some heavier issues through the play, such as the character of Bindi who is exquisitely played by the talented Emily Dorsett, as she displays the dark traits of human nature as a character who is anti-Semitic, murderous & relentless in the pursuit of her goal. Must-watch viewing for any fans of Big Brother & Reality TV afficionados, and a stark warning of where our reality-obsessed culture might lead! Good luck to the Human Hothouse.

sweet - Marcus J Freed