UNPLUGGED: Zayne, what is your role in the show?
Zayne: I am one of the lead actors. I play detective Michael. I am also one
of the directors.
UNPLUGGED: What did you have to do to get yourself ready to play the
detective for this show?
Zayne: I originally wrote this as a paper for the film emphasis class at The Ohio Media School. It was supposed to be a little short film but I thought it could be something bigger. Something longer. We turned it from a short, into a TV series. Now it is becoming 13 episodes for the first season. I wrote the plot from me and Jared’s experience in the military. We worked with law enforcement in fugitive recovery and ICE cases, we helped the police. I really based it off of our experience as partners going out and dealing with the things we dealt with. That is why I wrote that little short. I developed the characters’ attitudes from our attitudes towards each other. Both as friends and partners. I tend to mess around more than Jared. Jared has to tell...
Chaunte: My new book is called “Wicked and Urban Memoir of Trauma, Lust, and Triumphed by Healing Through The Holy Spirit” I set out to go through a healing process myself. On that journey of my healing process, I started writing about what people had done to me. By the end of writing this book, I realized how much harm I had caused for other people. It was not about seeing the wickedness in others. It was about seeing the wickedness in myself. My book prompts people to look at their inner man, and find what you can do that is good. How to go through healing from trauma, whether it be suicidal thoughts, or whatever your case may be. It is a Memoir. So check me out!
UNPLUGGED: When you wrote your story you discovered what you were doing to other people. What were things you discovered that as a result of being abused, that you were doing to other people?
UNPLUGGED: We are with Sam Lehner, chief of marketing for Eleven XXI. You are the person that's creating the image, and getting that image out to the world about Eleven XXI. How challenging is it to do that for a new start up?
Sam: It has its ups and downs. If it was an already started company with a foundation there would have been previous images to base things off of. Since it is brand new, there is a lot of room to get creative with it. Sometimes we will take things we make and think it's wonderful! Weeks or months later were like, what were we thinking? Then we have to go back and tweak our work. Sometimes it gets shaky, but since there is a lot of room to work with. It's fun to do your own thing! To be able to start from scratch and just create whatever Preston bounces off of me or Derek throws my way. We bring their brand to life!