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September 27, 2017

Off Campus, the award-winning sitcom written and produced by Cinema & Television students, returns to television this Fall, taking over your TV with back to-back-airings of their two most recent episodes on commercial broadcaster, CW Philly. Off Campus provides a lighthearted look at the world that America's recent graduates face. The show is written, produced, directed, shot, and edited by a crew of more than 50 Cinema & Television students under the supervision of Television Program Director, Andrew Susskind. Producing Off Campus is a yearlong effort designed to offer students the closest possible approximation of producing a network quality sitcom.

In episode seven, the lives of the Off Campus cast are turned upside down when roommate Hailey’s sorority Big Sister shows up unexpectedly, and her disruptive behaviors lead to fiascos for everyone…until she reveals the real reason for her visit. Then in episode eight, a seemingly normal day in the life of the madcap home of our beloved Off Campus ensemble goes especially awry when the Wi-Fi unexpectedly goes out. Find out what happens when one roommate's corner-cutting approach to providing internet service plays havoc on his friends’ lives and brings them into contact with a downstairs neighbor who is immune to their charms. 

Cast with professional actors, Off Campus, heading into its tenth season, has also been broadcast by our very own DUTV through carriage on Comcast and Verizon FioS. The show has received three awards from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of NATAS (National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences), the parent organization of the Emmy Awards. Off Campus episodes have been broadcast twice before on CBS' The CW Philly, and we are truly grateful to our friends at this great television station for this honor.

Off Campus on CW Philly // Sat. Oct. 7 // 11PM – 12AM

Can't catch the showings on CW Philly? Click to watch episode 7 and episode 8.

Episode 7 was directed by Chelsea Killea, Tristan Seyek, Matt Hepworth, Erica Dillman, Marianne Gorsky, Molly Morris, Emily Deemer, Daniel Miedzinski, George Irizarri and Marc F. Baill. The episode was written by James Acker, Nwakwesili Akwuobi, William Allen, Anna Broomfield, Emily Deemer, Ryan Fleming, Alexis Fusco, Megan Knowles, Corrine McAndrews, Jack McCafferty, Alexander Pasternak, Stephen Riley, Yawen Xiao, Tristan Seyek, Anthony J. Marotta, Marc F. Baill, Chelsea Killea, Marianne Gorsky, Molly Morris, Bridgett Greenberg, Daniel Miedzinski and Matt Hepworth. Lead actors include Sean Close (Richard), Danny Donnelly (Dean), Tanya Morgan (Felicia), Jay Robin (Nick), Nicole Scotto (Hailey), Liz Frawley (Staci) and Carlo Campbell (Super). 

Episode 8 featured Neal Strauss and Emily Deemer as Supervising Producers, Melissa Tunstall as Production Coordinator, Gabriel Soto as Producer, Samuel Blivaiss, Danielle McKernan, Emma Silvers, and Joshua H. Weiss as Associate Producers; Emily Deemer, Matt Hepworth, Melissa Tunstall, Madison McMahon, Benjamin "Benji" Forster, LeeAnn C. Ellison, Ben Stefanidos and Neal Struss as Directors; and was written by Nwakwesili Akwuobi, William Allen, Anna Broomfield, Emily Deemer, Ryan Fleming, Alexis Fusco, Megan Knowles, Corrine Mcandrews, Stephen Riley, Yawen Xiao, James Acker, Jack McCafferty, Alexander Pasternak, Madison McMahon, Matt Hepworth, Ben Stefanides. Lead actors include Sean Close (Richard), Danny Donnelly (Dean), Alisha Dominique (Felicia), Jay Robin (Nick), Nicole Scotto (Hailey), William Rayhill (Frank), and W. Ian Ross (Himself).