It’s 2066 and you might die from radiation burns if you go out in daylight, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a Good Morning, Tonight!

Canadian creators Mikaela Dyke and Kyle Stevenson depict a post apocalyptic morning show hosted by Ekum Jones & Halle Doodlebrox, bringing you the best guests, products and feel-good news that 2066 has to offer. With all your favourite friends, experts & mutants, the team will keep you in the know and out of The Riot.

What (and/or who) inspired your series?
We wanted to make exactly this weird show. We’re inspired by genre parodies, asian television, things that go bump in the night, friends that go woo in the night, tight pants, puke, monsters, cartoons, space, science fiction, fantasy, terror and love. So… That makes this. This weird show.

How do you reach your audience?
We’ve had a vigorous tweeter campaign that’s ramping up to our release. We also use Facebook.

Please tell us a quirky and/or interesting fact about yourself or team that’s unrelated to your web series?
We were all part of an accelerator programme here and Canada and met through a mutual friend after the programme ended.

What is your favourite thing about making web series?
The freedom to do whatever you want.

What was the most difficult challenge you had to overcome in production, and how did you go about it?
The biggest challenge was working next to a giant metal tubing factory. We got through by waiting till it was quiet:)

From start to finish, how long did it take to complete this project?
It’s taken us just over a year to go from developing the scripts to final cut.

How did being an online production influence the kind of series you made?
The only thing that being online has affected is the length of the episodes. We try to keep them short and sweet.

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