‘Successful People’

(Pictured above: Artie O’Daly and Theresa Ryan in ‘Successful People.’ Source: YouTube screenshot)

YouTube musical stars Skip & Terri are successful people – or at least Amazon thinks so.

Their short-form comedy series Successful People returns this Sunday, September 17, for an eight-episode second season.

Successful People concerns an unsuccessful songwriting duo – Artie O’Daly, aka Skip, and Terri, aka Theresa Ryan. Skip is “naïve, gay, and has failed to launch.” Terri is “a new mom trying to hold on to her dreams.”  Throughout the show “they encounter a series of ‘successful people’ who, more often than not, lead them astray.”

In season two, the show’s producers promise Skip and Terri finally “get an opportunity to live their songwriting dreams on the very same day Ryan’s character, Laura, has her baby. The one-two punch throws off her focus and results in her choosing an unpredictable course.”

The second season will be available exclusively on Amazon. You can view with a Prime subscription or purchase individual episodes for 99 cents. Episodes are about five minutes long.

You can, however, watch the entire eight-episode first season for free at successfulpoeplewebseries.com/episodes.

Here’s season one, episode one:

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