BRIC TV debuts Caveh Zahedi’s new meta-comedy

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BRIC TV has an edgy new lineup of Brooklyn-centric shows premiering this fall. We’re particularly excited about The Show About The Show, a scripted meta-comedy from award-winning director Caveh Zahedi (I am a Sex Addict).

The series stars Caveh as a Brooklyn filmmaker trying to make a TV show. Co-starring Alex Karpovsky, Eléonore Hendricks, and Dustin Defa, the self-referential comedy will also feature an impressive roster of independent Brooklyn filmmakers. The series premiere aired at 9:30 p.m. on Monday, October 5.

BRIC TV delivers community television with an edge. The non-profit cable channel produces a diverse lineup of documentaries, hyper-local news, scripted series, and more.

BRIC TV airs live on Time Warner Cable 756, Cablevision 70, Verizon 46, streams live on BRIC TV and posts to YouTube daily.

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