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      Stevie TV

      TV-14 2012 - 2013 2 Seasons Comedy List
      Reviews Avg. Tomatometer Avg. Audience Score The Internet has become the ultimate audition platform for performers who otherwise may never have gotten a proverbial foot in the door. While Stevie Ryan worked in commercials and print ads after moving to Los Angeles at 19, her passion remained in making people laugh, especially about anything related to pop culture. So she created web videos featuring her impersonations of Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga, among others, and lo and behold, the videos' popularity led to Ryan's discovery and "Stevie TV." The series expands on Ryan's chameleonlike talent and features parodies of reality shows "Real Housewives" and "Toddlers & Tiaras" as well as a Facebook-based sketch called "True Life: I'm a Liker." She also pokes fun at the social blunders of politicians and celebrities, comedic opportunities whose well never seems to run dry. Read More Read Less

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      Season 1 2012 Details Season 2 2013 Details

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      Synopsis The Internet has become the ultimate audition platform for performers who otherwise may never have gotten a proverbial foot in the door. While Stevie Ryan worked in commercials and print ads after moving to Los Angeles at 19, her passion remained in making people laugh, especially about anything related to pop culture. So she created web videos featuring her impersonations of Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga, among others, and lo and behold, the videos' popularity led to Ryan's discovery and "Stevie TV." The series expands on Ryan's chameleonlike talent and features parodies of reality shows "Real Housewives" and "Toddlers & Tiaras" as well as a Facebook-based sketch called "True Life: I'm a Liker." She also pokes fun at the social blunders of politicians and celebrities, comedic opportunities whose well never seems to run dry.
      Executive Producer
      Brian Volk-Weiss, Michael Pelmont, Dan Levy, Stevie Ryan, Darren Belitsky, Paul Croce, Jill Holmes, Stacy Alexander, Jeff Olde
      Network
      VH1
      Rating
      TV-14
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Mar 4, 2012