Because life doesn`t go in reverse.

PARKED Season 1

Check out all the webisodes and bonus material for Season 1!

PARKED is a comedy web series that follows a group of long-time west coast friends in their early 30’s as they wrestle with what it means to be dads, husbands and men when life does not turn out as expected.

Tim (Kirby Morrow), Jesse (David Lewis), and Davinder (Sean Amsing) are fathers who hang out with their still single buddy Josh (Matty Granger) while taking care of their kids and finding ways to amuse themselves (spending countless hours in their local park). The women in their lives – Jenn (S. Siobhan McCarthy), Kim (Julia Benson), and Christine (Sonja Bennett) – are the breadwinners with the men finding themselves in the non-traditional roles of single fathers or stay-at-home dads. Josh often feels left behind as the one non-dad in the group but all four men are each in their own way trying to figure out how to face what their lives have become and how to get it into gear once more. In other words, how to not end up parked here…forever.

 “PARKED delivers a hilarious parody on the role of the modern stay-at-home Dad” – BeatRoute Magazine

You can also #GetParked on  Daily Motion & YouTube

Latest Post

Why it’s called PARKED – or Why I am disappointed with my life… Ok, so first of all, I’m not totally disappointed with my life…. so don’t get too depressed right off the bat, but a lot of people have asked me why I decided to join the PARKED team and come on board as a Producer, as it’s VERY different from my usual type of work, producing programming for children and teens. So here’s why: It’s called PARKED, because overall, it’s a story about people being ‘parked’ in their lives. They had a certain dream or ‘plan’ for their life when they were younger, and now they are hitting their 30s or their 40s, and have found themselves stuck or ‘parked’. It’s the story of what happens when life doesn’t turn out as planned, and how you reconcile yourself to that fact in order to move forward and adapt. I think it’s a universal theme that almost everyone can relate to. Who hasn’t had something not work out as they imagined, whether it’s a relationship or a career or simply some grandiose plan or idea you had for the future? I think most of us, when we look back […]