OXYGEN PRESENTS AN ONLINE SNEAK PEEK OF THE PREMIERE OF "BROOKLYN 11223" ON MONDAY, MARCH 19 AT MIDNIGHT
Premiere Episode will be Available on Oxygen.com, Hulu, VOD and More
NEW YORK - March 15, 2012 - Oxygen will provide an online sneak peek of the new docu-series "Brooklyn 11223" starting Monday, March 19 at midnight. Viewers will be able to access the first installment on Oxygen.com, Hulu, VOD and it is being offered for free download-to-own on Apple iTunes, Amazon Video on Demand, Xbox/Zune, Playstation, Samsung MediaHub and Vudu. Fans can also like the show on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Brooklyn11223 and RSVP for this sneak peek. Viewers who check out the premiere episode online can tweet about the action all week on Twitter using @Brooklyn11223 and post their thoughts on the drama and the crews with #Brooklyn11223.
In the premiere episode of Oxygen's "Brooklyn 11223," viewers are introduced to two separate groups of friends, or "crews," led by Joey Lynn and Christie. The episode starts off by taking viewers back to Joey Lynn's sweet sixteen - a time when she and Christie were inseparable. Fast forward to the present and Christie has accused Joey Lynn of sleeping with her boyfriend many years ago. Both groups of friends get caught up in the rumors and the drama, resulting in conflict and hearsay amongst friends and enemies. Christie, disturbed by this alleged betrayal, tries to talk to her current boyfriend, Matthew, about it which in turn causes friction in their relationship. The episode culminates in a beachfront confrontation near Coney Island - a frequent summertime hang out spot for both crews. The on-air premiere of "Brooklyn 11223" can be seen Monday, March 26 at 11 PM ET/PT on Oxygen.
"Brooklyn 11223" is produced by Ish Entertainment with Michael Hirschorn, Wendy Roth, Ethan Goldman and Lenid Rolov serving as executive producers.
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