Season 2 of THE SUPER ALLIANCE continues the story of a group of disparate individuals who possess extraordinary superpowers. Unfortunately, they don’t necessarily possess the ability to work together as one unit.
Goldenberg became a Youtube star in 2006 when he posted a series of videos that featured the young actor/comedian attempting to put lyrics to some of cinema’s most memorable (and solely instrumental) film scores. Frustrated at the lack of major comedic roles available to him, he jumped at the chance to create a web series that would display his comedic talents and his abilities as an actor.
Recently acquired for distribution by Participant Media and by the new cable network Pivot. The first season’s 15 webisodes were combined into 5 half hour episodes for its TV debut.
“The show is put together in a strategically vague manner. You see important moments, but not always how they connect. People who like to ‘solve’ shows or movies will like our show. We would compare it to the Ocean’s trilogy, mixed with a little bit of the Pink Panther detective movies,” Rome says.
Currently set to produce a second season (6-7 episodes running 10-14 minutes long) of all new mysteries, comedy and suspense but before the cameras roll Taylor and Erholm embark on a crowd funding campaign via the popular platform IndieGoGo
Creator Robert Lopez wanted to do more than just make a web series, he hoped to make a difference. By bringing subjects such as schizophrenia, bi-polar, and obsessive compulsive disorders into a world that turns these diseases into unimaginable abilities, a more conscious and compassionate society might emerge.
“We’ve crowd funded for each episode … We raised somewhere in the neighborhood of $9,000 for episode eight, $15,000 for episode six, and $8,000 for episode five, so it just kind of varies.” Obviously they’re doing something right.