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MovieTickets.com debuts Taryn Southern's 'Movie Therapy' series

Dec 11, 2013

MovieTickets.com recently launched an exclusive weekly online video series starring YouTube star Taryn Southern. Each week, “Movie Therapy” will comically guide indecisive moviegoers to the film that’s right for them, connecting live and directly with fans via social media.
 
“With more than 500 million views for her videos, Taryn Southern is truly one of the stars of the Internet video revolution,” said Walt Borchers, executive VP of MovieTickets.com. “Taryn’s charisma and dynamic presence will provide one more entertaining reason for film fans to visit MovieTickets.com.”
 
"As a movie lover and self-proclaimed therapist to my friends, I'm so thrilled to be working with MovieTickets.com on this fun new series,” said Southern. “These days, we have a lot of options when it comes to new film releases, and depending on your mood or interests, there's always at least one movie that will hit the spot for you.  My new series is a fun new take on the typical movie preview show that breaks down all the possible weekend choices for indecisive moviegoers."
 
Southern has amassed more than 160,000 followers across Twitter, Facebook and other social-media platforms, and more than 300,000 users subscribe to her various channels. In 2007, she produced and starred in the first Internet video series to integrate live social-media connections with fans, the DirecTV-branded “Project MyWorld.” Southern has since expanded into a multiplatform entertainment career, launching popular YouTube series and appearing on TV shows like “New Girl” and motion pictures including Battle: Los Angeles.
 
“Movie Therapy” has launched in time to help moviegoers decide which of the upcoming holiday films, including Anchorman 2: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, they want to purchase advance tickets for from MovieTickets.com. To check out this week’s episode, visit therapy.movietickets.com.


MovieTickets.com debuts Taryn Southern's 'Movie Therapy' series

Dec 11, 2013

MovieTickets.com recently launched an exclusive weekly online video series starring YouTube star Taryn Southern. Each week, “Movie Therapy” will comically guide indecisive moviegoers to the film that’s right for them, connecting live and directly with fans via social media.
 
“With more than 500 million views for her videos, Taryn Southern is truly one of the stars of the Internet video revolution,” said Walt Borchers, executive VP of MovieTickets.com. “Taryn’s charisma and dynamic presence will provide one more entertaining reason for film fans to visit MovieTickets.com.”
 
"As a movie lover and self-proclaimed therapist to my friends, I'm so thrilled to be working with MovieTickets.com on this fun new series,” said Southern. “These days, we have a lot of options when it comes to new film releases, and depending on your mood or interests, there's always at least one movie that will hit the spot for you.  My new series is a fun new take on the typical movie preview show that breaks down all the possible weekend choices for indecisive moviegoers."
 
Southern has amassed more than 160,000 followers across Twitter, Facebook and other social-media platforms, and more than 300,000 users subscribe to her various channels. In 2007, she produced and starred in the first Internet video series to integrate live social-media connections with fans, the DirecTV-branded “Project MyWorld.” Southern has since expanded into a multiplatform entertainment career, launching popular YouTube series and appearing on TV shows like “New Girl” and motion pictures including Battle: Los Angeles.
 
“Movie Therapy” has launched in time to help moviegoers decide which of the upcoming holiday films, including Anchorman 2: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, they want to purchase advance tickets for from MovieTickets.com. To check out this week’s episode, visit therapy.movietickets.com.

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