After months of trying to get signed onto a cable TV network, the producers of the K-Town reality series will instead premier on YouTube. The unscripted show has been greenlighted by production company Electus, and will launch on July 2nd on their new YouTube channel LOUD. TV programming executive Liz Gateley’s comment about the K-Town reality series to The Hollywood Reporter:
“Everyone is looking for subculture, subculture, subculture, and no one has really ever explored this sort of Asian-American world in L.A., so it was just perfect timing,” she said. “We’re so excited about it.”
There will be 10-episodes of K-Town with each running about 10 minutes long. The goal is to hopefully show enough potential to cross over into TV.