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[08/14/06 - 12:00 AM]
'Lovebites' Debuts on TBS September 13

[via press release from JWT]

'lovebites' Debuts on TBS September 13

NEW YORK, Aug. 14 --

WHAT: "lovebites," a new micro-series of two-and-a-half minute self-contained comedy programs for television

WHEN: Begins Wednesday, September 13, 2006 TBS will air 65 "lovebites" programs weeknights (13 weeks) after "Sex and the City" as well as after the 10 - 11 p.m. block of other network programming.

WHERE: TBS

WHO: Stars Lauren Bittner and David Allen Hirsh Produced by Paul Reiser and Nuance Productions, JWTwo Entertainment and The Greif Company

"lovebites", the first-ever television micro-series, debuts on TBS on Wednesday, September 13, 2006. "lovebites" follows the exploits of Katie, a witty, spirited girl in her mid-20s going through a quarter-life crisis. Katie's hilarious escapades and daily dramas unfold from her uncensored perspective, usually involving her new boyfriend, Max. Her sex life, career, friends, hair and fashion also play a co-starring role.

"lovebites" stars Lauren Bittner as Katie and David Allen Hirsh as Max.

Based on an award-winning show from Canada, "lovebites" is a micro-series of two-and-a-half minute self-contained comedy programs. The show was adapted for the U.S. market by Paul Reiser and his production company, Nuance Productions, JWTwo Entertainment and The Greif Company.

TBS will air 65 "lovebites" Mondays through Fridays after "Sex and the City" and during the 10 - 11 p.m. block of other network programming

MEDIA CONTACTS: For more information, please contact Weiman Seid or Jenny Lawhorn at info@fatdot.net or by calling 212-691-4224.

SOURCE JWT
http://www.jwt.com





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