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Monday, 12 June 2017 22:27

The crew of the queer web series "Pot Luck" has launched a fund-raising campaign to finance season 2

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Season 1 of the first New Zealand queer web series, "Pot Luck", was fresh, fun, and sexy.

We had discovered the lives of three lesbian characters: Mel, Debs, and Beth. The episodes had touched on universal themes like friendship, family and finding love. And we had also discovered three talented actresses: Anji Kreft (Debs), Tess Jamieson-Karaha (Beth) and Nikki Si'ulepa (Mel).

The series met with an international success online with six episodes that got more than 1.5 million views last year. This year the crew and cast hope to repeat this through a season 2.

Some of the necessary funds have already been raised through donations from the Wellington City Council's Arts and Culture and Hell Pizza, but a fund-raising campaign has been launched to get what is missing.

If you would like to contribute to this series and the visibility of LGBTQ women, please visit the campaign website here:

For more information on the series, here is the official website of "Pot Luck" ( or on FacebookFacebook, Twitter.

Finally, if you missed the first season, do not hesitate to visit YouTube or VimeoVimeo.


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