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“Anyone But Me” Perfect for Teens

l_d0745e4ab2bef366a3182751882ed241Anyone But Me is a web series online showing us a new generation searching for love and belonging – in the post 9/11 age.

Here is the concept for the show:

When 16 year old Vivian McMillan has to move from New York City to the suburbs, her relationships, past and present, are tested. And her identity goes through seismic changes. The daughter of a NYC firefighter, Vivian has no choice but to leave the city with her dad after health problems that he suffered trying to save people on September 11th forced him to retire. This moving, funny, and relevant new drama speaks to all ages and hearts as it follows the journey of six teenagers and the adults who try to understand them.

Vivian, played by Rachael Hip-Flores, and the character of Aster, played by Nicole Pacent, are a young lesbian couple in the series and have become fan favorites.

Anyone But Me is brought to us by Susan Miller, who is an Obie award winning playwright and was a Consulting Producer on Showtime’s hit series, The L Word. She also wrote for ABC’s thirtysomething (Story Editor); CBS’ The Trials Of Rosie O’Neill (Story Supervisor); and NBC’s L.A. Law, among others.

Judging by the ‘about’ page on the Anyone But Me website, this web series is a must see for all teens.

Here is what the web series is said to be “about”…

1. Hiding who you are.

2. Trying to fit in.

3. Trying NOT to fit in.

4. Dreaming large.

5. How annoying it is to eat in the cafeteria.

6. Wondering who likes you.

7. Making a long distance relationship work.

8. Finding your way in a new place and a complicated world.

9. Fighting stereotypes.

10. Coloring outside the lines

11. Wishing things could be different.

12. Old feelings coming back to haunt you.

13. Being blind to the person right in front of you.

14. Trying not to look like a fool.

15. Generations.

16. How do I look? What do I say?

17. Flirting.

18. Doing the right thing.

19. Making mistakes.

20. Not knowing what you want.

21. Having the time of your life.

22. Belonging.

New episodes of Anyone But Me are set to begin on May 11th, and you can find out more by visiting

UPDATE: Here’s a Promo!



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3 Responses to “Anyone But Me” Perfect for Teens

  1. ~Julie Phineas~

    April 23, 2009 at 7:40 pm

    Thank YOU Susan for bringing this series to the web!

    For the readers, here is the link to the article on SheWired…

    Viewers: Let us know your thoughts on Anyone But Me and how it has impacted your life, for us and Susan Miller to read and gain feedback from.

    Everyone: Thanks for reading this blog!


  2. Susan Miller

    April 23, 2009 at 5:27 pm

    Thanks for letting your readers know about our show. And check out the feature story about Anyone But Me and one of our stars on

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