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The pilot episode, “The Setup,” garnered over 30,000 views on You Tube in its first two weeks online.
The second episode, “The Follow Up,” available just last week on You Tube, had 20,000 views in the first four days.
Don’t be put off, though, by the series’ Orthodox trappings.
“For Orthodox people it’s seeing their world portrayed in a series,” Gottfried says.
Although there have only been two episodes produced so far, “Soon By You” promises to follow the humorous escapades of six single Manhattanites.
Think of the series as “Friends” meets “Srugim.” In the first episode, David, a rabbinical student in his mid-20s, is rushing to get to a blind date.
It’s obvious that David and the first Sarah have been mismatched and the two keep sneaking off to chat with each other.
“I think a lot about Sarah and David,” says Gottfried.
Frustrated with a lack of roles for her, she decided to write and produce her own content.It was also an official selection at the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival.And along the way it has generated buzz in the Modern Orthodox community and beyond.The opinions, facts and any media content are presented solely by the author, and Jewish Boston assumes no responsibility for them. Her essays and articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Forward, Tablet Magazine, The Jerusalem Report, Cognoscenti and other venues. Ours was a fervent love match, made more fervent by the fact that we had to wait in secret for two years until Ben earned enough at his profession to support a family.
The goal is to produce five more episodes for the series’ first season.