MONTREAL — Gamma Films has announced the release of a new series about women behaving badly in "Girls Under Arrest," out Aug. 16 exclusively at GirlsUnderArrest.com.
The original series, co-created by 2018 XBIZ Director of the Year Bree Mills and Craven Moorehead, is the first season of its kind.
The studio, which oversees XBIZ Award-winning sites Girlsway.com and Pure Taboo.com, says "Girls Under Arrest" was inspired by popular long-running crime reality shows. "Our camera crew follows the activities and daily beats of corrupt officers of a fictitious police department," a rep said. "Incidents range from routine traffic stops; domestic disputes; high-speed chases; stakeouts and raids. Shot on realistic locations using gritty handheld cinematography, this series will feel so real that you will hardly believe its fiction!"
“It was about time we put our effort into creating something original, that no one has seen yet in this industry," Mills said. "The team behind the creation of our content is overflowing with unique ideas. Chances like this allow us the creativity to produce content that reflects our values and this is just the type of exciting, suspenseful release that will spearhead new productions that viewers haven’t seen until now.”
The series comprises six episodes in its first season, including:
Episode 1 — "Little Lies" starring Brooke Karter, Dick Chibbles and Jack Vegas
Episode 2 — "One Way Exit" starring Khloe Kapri and Tommy Pistol
Episode 3 — "Two Vandals" starring Gina Valentina, Derrick Pierce and Honey Gold
Episode 4 — "Distracted Driver" starring Kendra Spade and Tyler Knight
Episode 5 — "Business of Favors" starring Julie Kay and Chad White
Episode 6 — "Deals Blow" starring Jaye Summers, Alex Blake, Donnie Rock and Dick Chibbles
"'Girls Under Arrest' is like a takeoff of the television show 'Cops' about young women who get caught committing or aiding and abetting crimes, and the shady police officers who arrest them,” added Mills. “It’s always fun to watch good girls go bad, so imagine what happens with bad girls!”
Find out more about "Girls Under Arrest" on their Twitter.