(Pictured Above: ‘RideShare.’ Screenshot from YouTube)
Season two of the comedy web series RideShare premieres tomorrow, May 16.
RideShare follows the continuing adventures of a driver for an Uber-like ridesharing app and the quirky passengers he encounters. A la the reality series Taxicab Confessions, this satirical take “explores what happens when you open up to a stranger and actually talk to your Uber or Lyft driver.” The dialogue is improvised based on stories written by show creators Katie Hunter and Jeff Irlbeck, along with co-writer/producer Ian Michael Smith.
This season, Lauren Baker, Elisabeth Del Toro, Chris Fowler and Leah Morrow join the cast, with Irlbeck returning as the driver in each six-minute episode.
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