Getting back on the release horse for the second season of Party Girl: The Series.

Check the latest episode!

Just a bit of housekeeping to catch up the releases. We’re going bi-weekly for a stretch and then going back to weekly. Be sure to mark the dates and keep up with the latest news on and of course!

Chapter III “The Congregation”

Chapter IV “Ty the Magnificent”

Chapter V “Vengeful Music”

Chapter VI “Extreme Prejudice”

Chapter VII “Hard Truths”

Chapter VIII “Cornered”

Chapter IX “Immortalize me” Part I
Chapter X “Immortalize me” Part II

Chapter XI “Endings”

Chapter XII “Missing” Part I

Chapter XIII “Missing” Part II

In the mean time, get caught up on the most recent episodes on youtube on the season two playlist:

That’s pretty much all we’ve got. Go check it out!

Catch the update here….

Rest assured, it will be here before you know it and it will be awesome.

We hope you all enjoy it.

The Buchanan Family  (Left to Right, Cait Pool (Rachel Buchanan), DJ Economou (Edward Buchanan), Jenni Mabrey (Evelyn Buchanan) and Lydia Williams (Michelle Buchanan)

The Buchanan Family
(Left to Right, Cait Pool (Rachel Buchanan), DJ Economou (Edward Buchanan), Jenni Mabrey (Evelyn Buchanan) and Lydia Williams (Michelle Buchanan)

…and it has came and went.

We celebrated the second season of Party Girl: The Series with a screening at the historic Texas Theatre the night of May 4th. It’s becoming a familiar haunt and my favorite place, so far, to screen my work and the work of many many many other talented Texans. Actors not just in Party Girl, but in other projects whose trailers played before Party Girl.

The rain sucked. Let’s just get that out of the way.

Making the trip from Denton at even more than an hour headstart put us there close to the starting time. Construction, mixed with rain was no bueno. And once we got there, the downpour really started. No telling how many folks were kept away because of the rain. Mother Nature just out to get us I suppose, lol. One day, mark my words, the hype train will be big enough for my work that people will just say screw the elements and pack the theaters. But I am still very grateful for those who came out last night, the cast, crew and family and friends.

Eats were provided by Delicious to the Soul for the second time, and I plan on having her every time, as again, I like to give people a platform to showcase their work so I definitely want Jacqueline Simpson to have one to display her cooking talents and hopefully pick up some new clients and customers.

Prior to Party Girl, trailers were seen for Left, (which looks amazing), Michael Green’s TruSux My Bloodline, The Allegiance of Powers feature, Fred Keel’s Streets of Harvest, Dennis O’neil’s Bail Out, Greg Vestal’s Soulcatcher and for a small fan film I am working on. Hopefully people who had not heard of any of those projects before Monday will now be inclined to check them out and give their support.

Chatting it up with SCNS: Live

Chatting it up with SCNS: Live

Jason Dilworth was on hand to get some footage and interviews for SCNS:Live. Was great to have him and his crew there and the support they continue to give the show.

And then it was on to the screening of Party Girl’s first two season two episodes. So that’s where my nitpicks comes into play. Audio was an issue, as it always is. Something we all struggle with on this level. But of course I do have a guy waiting in the wings to work on that, so that will be better when the episodes come out. There were some technical snafus in the project file so some sound and music was off. And the picture was off to. I swear that when I look at it on my screen  and hear it in on my speakers and through my headphones it’s different than played on the big screen and through the big speakers. But that’s just something you have to take into account when you are working in post. Is it just me or is it the screen settings, have to consider all things.

In hindsight, the first couple chapters aren’t the smoothest and were not from a filming standpoint, but they are still good ones alongside the other episodes of the season. Again, it’s just getting people to see them.

That’s the struggle today, tomorrow and the day after and we are ready for that and ready to bring people more Party Girl.

Get a look at the first episode of season two of Party Girl: The Series.

Season two finds Rachel Buchanan/Party Girl (played by Cait Pool a growing celebrity who is thinking about giving up the heroics. But she has enemies who are just not ready to let her go.

We’re having a screening event Monday for the first two episodes here in the DFW at the historic Texas Theater.

We know that may be out of the way for plenty of folks but they can still check the series online when it hits May 4. And we of course, encourage them to do so!

Lots of hard work from lots of great people has gone into this so hopefully you check it, dig it and share it with others so they can check it out as well.

Hang out with cast and crew, enjoy some pastries from Delicious to the Soul and help support some fun indie film.

The Taurian Films ( web series, created by Bj Lewis, features Cait Pool (Rachel Buchanan), DJ Economou (Edward Buchanan), Jenni Mabrey (Evelyn Buchanan), Jacob Drum (Benton Alridge), Giovannie Cruz (Red Rose/White Rose), Kerry McCormick (Bronx), Richard Houghton (Sen. Rose), Ada Perez (Connie Lopez) and a host of other talented TX actors!

For more information on the show check out the Facebook, or

That’s the goal.

Hopefully we have taken some more strides in that direction in recent weeks.

We have submitted episodes of Party Girl season one and season two to the 2015 IAWTV Awards.

Submitted catagories for both seasons were Best Male Performance – Drama, Best Female Performance – Drama, Best Ensemble Cast – Drama, Best Microbudget Series (Under $15K) and Best Genre Series.

We shall see if we get any bites when nominations are announced March 3rd.

But also hopefully more people will check out the show.

Party Girl will be the subject of a feature story in IndyFest an online magazine. Questions have been answered, photos sent in, so we anticipate being in the next edition. Again, hopefully more people will check out the show.

And, Bj Lewis was invited to be a part of a roundtable of local media creators at the 2015 Comic Studies Conference at the University of North Texas this Saturday.

Contemplating things.

Cait Pool as Rachel Buchanan/Party Girl contemplating things in a season two episode.

Hopefully from that, people will be inclined to check out the show.

Earlier in the day is MiniAkon here in Denton and I shall be taking my kids to that event and while they are bouncing around there I will be sure to be handing out flyers and such and telling people about the show.

May 4 will be here before we know it and I want as many people as possible to to have a heads up and hopefully they check out the show.