NBC’s Grand Crew has wrapped up its first season. The series takes a look at a group of friends who have to change their usual bar to a different establishment where they now enjoy a variety of wines. Here the friends regularly got together to update each other on their adventures in the everyday world. Different problems sometimes require a little wine and a different perspective. What sometimes may seem like a grim situation may become a bit comedic when you’re around your friends. It’s a great reminder that we should try and get together with our friends every now and then to catch each other up.
What’s great about Grand Crew is that Phil Augusta Jackson, writer/producer/director for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, does a great job at bringing us a variety of characters. Each of them is in different places in their lives. Making it easier for audiences to relate to one or two more of them, making the series more enjoyable. I also think it does a fun job at kind of pushing us to expand our horizons and get out and enjoy some wine!
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To learn more about Grand Crew, LRM Online‘s Emmanuel Gomez spoke with Carl Tart and Aron Jennings. They are two of the actors that star in the series. They share with us what makes this series special. As well as the importance of getting together with friends to talk things out. By the end of our conversation, we all find common ground in our favorite type of wine. Find out what that was by checking out the interview down below!
Here is the synopsis for Grand Crew
From Phil Augusta Jackson (writer/producer/director, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”) and Dan Goor (creator, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”) comes a new comedy that proves life is better with your crew. This group of young professionals are all trying to navigate the ups and downs of life and love in Los Angeles, and they always find time to gather at their favorite bar to “wine down” and unpack it all. There’s Noah, a hopeless romantic too eager to settle down; Nicky, a go-getter in real estate who’s adventurous in romance; Sherm, a low-key genius who plays the dating odds; Anthony, whose true love is his career; Wyatt, who’s relieved to be married and out of the dating scene; and Fay, who’s recently divorced and looking to start fresh in LA. And just like wine, their friendship gets better with time.