February 04, 2015
Entitled "All Over It," the show was shot in 2012 and used a local crew, according to Philly Mag.
"All Over It" is a liveplace/workplace comedy about the exploits of a scrappy band of co-working/co-living Philadelphia artists trying desperately to sell out to the first available bidder, without injuring themselves or each other.
A profile on Philly.com says that the show's creators Ted Pauly and Melissa Silverman first tried to sell the show as an entire 22-minute pilot, but split it into smaller segments for the web after that proved unsuccessful.
H. Jon Benjamin, known for his voice roles on "Archer" and "Bob's Burgers" is the narrator of the series and also plays the landlord for the apartment/workspace inhabited by the main cast. Benjamin delivers a line so perfectly bizarre in the first episode that it's hard not to get excited for the rest:
"It's like having sex with robots, making pasta on the moon. It's dub-step."