Last night, Jane Lynch, won a Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series for her role in ‘Dropping the Soap‘. The series debuted on Dekkoo earlier this year.
If you haven’t seen this outstanding (and now award winning) series we encourage you binge-watch it as soon as possible. Lynch plays a ruthless Executive Producer who sets out to “re-brand” a long running yet failing soap-opera called “Collided Lives” forcing the cast to fight for their own survival by any means necessary.
Congratulations to Jane Lynch and the entire ‘Dropping The Soap’ creative team!
Watch ‘Dropping The Soap’ now on Dekkoo!
The 2017 Emmy Nominations were announced today and we’ve just learned that Jane Lynch received an Outstanding Actress In A Short Form Comedy Or Drama Series nomination for her performance as Olivia Vanderstein in ‘Dropping the Soap‘.
In case you haven’t yet watched it, ‘Dropping the Soap‘ goes behind the scenes of long running (terrible) soap-opera “Collided Lives” and the desperate antics of its cast and crew. Lynch plays a ruthless new Executive Producer hired to “re-brand” the show. It’s once of the most hysterical series we’ve ever seen and we’re proud to have it as part of the Dekkoo library.
Congratulations Jane and to creators Paul Witten and Kate Mines!
Watch ‘Dropping the Soap’ on Dekkoo!
The folks over at Gay Star News published a great interview with Jane Lynch and Paul Witten. Besides discussing their hilarious series, ‘Dropping the Soap‘ they also talk about why so many gay stars in Hollywood stay in the closet.
If you haven’t had a chance to watch ‘Dropping the Soap‘ we suggest you binge watch it immediately. With what’s going on in the world these days everyone could use a good laugh.
We are proud to announce that on March 7, a truly gut-busting 10-part series starring Paul Witten and Jane Lynch will debut on Dekkoo.
‘Dropping the Soap‘ goes behind-the-scenes of the long-running (awful) soap-opera “Collided Lives:. As the program struggles to stay afloat, a new Executive Producer named Olivia Vanderstein (played by the always hilarious Jane Lynch) shows up to shake things up. While the cast and crew desperately try to hold things together, Julian Drake (the soap’s leading man of “questionable talent and moral compass”) struggles to keep his personal life private and his cast members employed.
This is a show that we can not wait to share with you. All episodes will be available March 7. In the meantime, click on the link below to check out the trailer.
‘Dropping the Soap’ – WATCH THE OFFICIAL TRAILER HERE