It also switched from After to a You Tube channel called "This Just Out With Liz Feldman".
Feldman has been working on Shack Talk, a series on the website Funny or Die.
The comedy marks the latest gay-themed vehicle at NBC, including this season's Thursday half-hour , among others.
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“Couples like to remember what it was like to date horribly and thank the lord that they’re not single anymore.” However, she also recognizes the challenge to keep those audiences interested. “I think you’re going to see a lot of niche dating shows now,” she projects, drawing the comparison to specialized dating sites and apps such as JDate, Christian Mingle or Grinder. It’s the most relatable and heart-strong story that exists,” she says. I hope to keep evolving, and I hope to do more spinoffs.
“I’m fascinated that this is really a scripted time,” Stanger says, alluding to “Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce” and the upcoming “Odd Mom Out” on Bravo. “As long as there continues to be shows about the heart that feel real, viewers will want to watch.” And as for the future of “Millionaire Matchmaker? I like to stay current,” she says, adding that she loves chatting with millennials to see what they need to date effectively.
This Just Out was a vlog presented by Feldman, co-written with Jason Allen, and co-produced with Raimy Rosenduft.
Each show featured a regular section in which Liz Feldman would bring on her friend and co-producer Raimy Rosenduft to talk about new music.
Dedicated to highlighting and celebrating the work of LGB and LGB-friendly women, each show ended with Liz Feldman pointing a rainbow sword at the camera with the catchphrase, 'I'm Liz Feldman and you're so gay'.
after one season, NBC is teaming with Ellen De Generes for a lesbian-themed comedy.
The untitled Liz Feldman project centers on a lesbian who gets pregnant just as her straight male best friend meets and marries the love of his life.
Feldman finished the second series of This Just Out in July 2009 and later added 3 extra episodes in autumn 2010.