BY: CAITLIN CHECKETT
Entry Level is a new sitcom coming this fall to Temple TV.
The show is about college students who are all getting internships and navigating early adulthood.
Sophomore Max Mirkin, the creator of the show, is also the head writer and executive producer. It will be directed by sophomore Tyler Bonner, with Sophomore Ryan Kuna as the director of photography.
The team was set to air a full pilot episode this semester, but due to scheduling conflicts, they will just be filming an eight-minute preview for the show airing sometime in the upcoming month. The full pilot is now scheduled to air on Temple TV next semester.
“The reason I wanted to initially do this and create this was to bring a new style of show to TUTV,” Mirkin said. “I think there’s a little bit more satisfaction to spending days and weeks and hundreds of hours working on something to cut it together that we can edit.”
“Everybody was working really well together, and I think it’s going to come together really well in the edit, just because we had such great people working on it,” said the show’s first assistant cameraman, Charley Parker.
Entry Level will be available to watch in Philadelphia on channel 50 on Comcast digital cable and channel 45 on Verizon FIOS.
**Editor’s Note: Max Mirkin is the Assistant Sports Director at WHIP.**