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Crowdfunding worked beautifully with Louise Log

Posted Apr 29, 2014 by Wesley Butler
Back in April of this year, Flournoy and friends launched a crowdfunding campaign via Seed&Spark for a third season, which since has been given the “Green Light” as they met their goal with great success.
From left to right: Louise Log actors Danusia Trevino and Everett Quinton.
From left to right: Louise Log actors Danusia Trevino and Everett Quinton.
The Shorty Award nominated web series raised over $22,000 for the new season which will consist of at least 10 episodes that premiered in 2014.
So far, the funds have done some good with this show.
This season, we see Louise looking up for herself and not pigeon holed as the previous season by her over-bearing sister.
Louise is finally about to start up her own little movie, and if you haven’t guessed by now looking for new faces in it, and what do you know her new family came in at a perfect time.
The acting process though, will definitely keep you chuckling in episode 36, with no quotes probably being in your vocabulary for days to come.
Morgan Hallett is the latest cast member, and has done a tremendous job thus far.
The Broadway veteran, who has appeared in such shows as ‘Translations’ and ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night,’ has stepped in as the new title character. The actress joins the series’ veteran cast, including Everett Quinton, Joseph Franchini, Jay Patterson, Wayne Maugans and Jayne Haynes.