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Royally Wins NYTVF 2017 Critics Choice Award

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Royally Wins NYTVF 2017 Critics Choice Award

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Over 3,750 pilots submitted.
52 selected for competition...
and Royally won the Critics Choice Award. 

The star of the show and executive producer, Rachel B Joyce also won for Best Actress in a Comedy. Here are some publications that covered the event:

http://variety.com/2017/tv/news/manic-new-york-is-dead-winners-new-york-television-festival-1202601807/

http://deadline.com/2017/10/new-york-television-festival-nytvf-2017-winners-pilot-scripts-competition-1202196844/

Thank you to everyone involved with the festival! It was an incredible week and I'm so honored to share this award with everyone involved with Royally.

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Festivals! Festivals! Festivals!

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Festivals! Festivals! Festivals!

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I am incredibly proud to say that my web series, Royally has been accepted into several web series festivals in New York and Philadelphia. Click on the photos below to find out when Royally will be screened and what awards we are up for! I am flying back to New York to attend NYTF the week of October 23rd. I hope to see you there!

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Watch "Royally"!

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Watch "Royally"!

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Season 1 of Royally was released on June 30, 2017.

ALL EPISODES STREAMING NOW! WATCH HERE:

http://www.royallyseries.com/

Royally follows a millennial burnout who strategically starts a princess party company in order to gain access to the wallets, liquor shelves, and medicine cabinets of New York City's most elite parents. Along with her wide-eyed sidekick, she robs unsuspecting mothers blind from Park Slope to Park Avenue, all without ever taking off her wig or tiara. It's like Enchanted meets Get Rich or Die Tryin'.

 

Royally was conceived by Ben Diserens and Rachel B. Joyce, actor/writer/producer/friends splitting their time between NY and LA. Ben Diserens writes the series, Rachel B. Joyce stars as Mel, and Don Downie directs.

 

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