Season Two of Wesley Taylor and Mitchell Jarvis' Web Series "It Could Be Worse" Will Air on Hulu

By Michael Gioia
and Andrew Gans
23 Jun 2014

Mitchell Jarvis and Wesley Taylor
Mitchell Jarvis and Wesley Taylor

"It Could Be Worse," the showbiz-minded, scripted comedy series co-created and written by longtime actor-collaborators Mitchell Jarvis (Rock of Ages) and Wesley Taylor (The Addams Family), has been acquired by Hulu, which offers on-demand streaming of TV shows, movies, webisodes and other new media.

Playbill.com has confirmed that "It Could Be Worse" will be available on the free, ad-supported Hulu and Hulu Plus subscription service. Visitors will be able to stream the entire first season and the premiere episode of Season Two beginning July 17. New episodes will premiere weekly on Thursdays through Aug. 7.

Playbill.com premiered the first season of "It Could Be Worse," and over $60,000 was subsequently raised by fans of the series, via Kickstarter, for a second season.

In anticipation of the second season, a launch party will be held July 15 at 9:30 PM at 54 Below. According to the website, "Hang with the stars of ICBW! Watch exclusive scenes from the new season! Listen to performances from the cast and guest stars! Or just party and raise a toast!"



Visit 54Below.com for more information

The first season continues to air on the cable network PIVOT as part of Gay Pride. Click here for more information. 

"It Could Be Worse," which concerns the life and career of hapless actor Jacob Gordon, played by Taylor, also features Adam Chanler-Berat as Ben Farrel, two-time Tony nominee Alison Fraser as stage star Veronica Bailey, Gideon Glick as Jacob's boyfriend Phillip Klein, Jarvis as agent Sam Atkinson, Tony Award nominee Nancy Opel as Jacob's mother Judy Gordon, Richard Poe as Jacob's father Leo Gordon and Audra McDonald as Jacob's shrink.

Read more about the series and 4 a.m. productions in this Playbill.com feature.

Visit ItCouldBeWorse.tv