By Ben Travers | Indiewire May 1, 2014 at 10:26AM
When you're a hit web series looking to draw in even more viewers, what do you do? The same thing the networks do: get some big names to guest star. "F to 7th" is entering its second season after premiering to rave reviews last year, and the creators have cast Olympia Dukakis, Janeane Garofalo, and director Ry Russo-Young ("Nobody Walks," "Hannah Takes the Stairs") to help get the word out.
Created, directed, and written by Ingrid Jungermann, who also stars, "F to 7th" follows Ingrid's "descent into pre-middle age." "The humor in this season is a bit more wicked than the last," Jungermann said. "It explores how fragile your self-worth is when it comes to family, and how easy it is to regress into the child you used to be. I believe the best comedy comes from exposing your darkest secrets and inviting an audience to laugh along with you."
The eight-episode second season was funded by the Spike Lee Production Award. You can subscribe to the second season here, with the premiere episode dropping May 5th and new episodes released every Monday and Thursday through the 29th. Take a look at the clips released exclusively to Indiewire below, as well as production stills from the upcoming season.