Going Social, a brand-new original sitcom about recent college graduates who fall for the sexy world of Social Media and the lure of a big paycheck. In New York, the new Social Media team encounters a manager who drinks to excess but somehow is able to lure in new accounts and can talk up the next big thing. Will the gang remain in this fun but dysfunctional company or settle for a more traditional career track?
From programmers being asked to craft viral videos to interviewees being asked if they pick fights, everything in Street Academy is just a little outside of the box. So come along and meet the world of ZOTTA, the social media company where the name is meaningless, the boss is mad, and the workers run wild. This might just be the strangest workplace you’ve ever seen.
Mick Harlow is down on his luck. Just when he thought things couldn’t get any worse, this middle-aged, foul-mouthed, unemployed artist, just recently broke up with his girlfriend, who is a single mother. His ex-girlfriend and her group of single mother friends proposition Mick with a solution to his money problems.
These single moms believe in the importance of having a male presence in their kids’ lives. So Mick is propositioned with the job of become a “Daddy” to their kids. Seeing no other option, Mick agrees, however he knows nothing about taking care of children. Crude and unrefined, once a week Mick becomes the foul language using, “who’s your daddy?” teasing, advice giving, caretaker, teaching and learning important life lessons along the way.