Shot from the point of view of the security cameras, webcams and cell phone cameras, “Look: The Series” will follow multiple interweaving storylines over the course of a random week in Los Angeles.
“The average American is now captured approximately 300 times a day, in department stores, gas stations, changing rooms, even public bathrooms,” Rifkin said. “No one is spared from the relentless, unblinking eye of the countless cameras that are hidden in every nook and cranny of day-to-day life.”
“There are some places you think surveillance cameras would never be,” Love said of her captured scenes. “I was caught on tape; I hope whoever was watching was entertained. I’m not ashamed — it’s the most 'real' you’ll ever see me.”
“Lexi rocked the house when she did a jaw-dropping appearance for me in 'Look: The Series'”, Rifkin said. “I never knew the meaning of the term 'brought it' until she did. Thanks, Lexi."
“Look: The Series” will premiere on Showtime on Oct. 10. A world premiere for the opening will be held at CineSpace in Hollywood, Calif.