You could call it the year of the cannabis consumer: retailers finally focus on UX, celebrities cater to enthusiasts, media outlets clamor for attention and a more refined world of edibles and concentrates has emerged.
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Q&A: Kai Collins and Deena Adar talk about some of the motivation behind the 'Cannabis Moms Club' web series to tackle stigmas: 'It's opened this necessary dialogue -- especially for parents.'
With HBO’s High Maintenance proving to be a breakout hit and Netflix planning their own pot-com, what’s behind the surge in small screen stoners?
Since it first began publishing 111 years ago, the entertainment magazine Variety has never done an issue about cannabis. That just changed.
Presented on Elizabeth Banks’s Whohaha streaming platform, the Web series Cannabis Moms Club is strictly a customer-experience fandango, an ensemble comedy about a quintet of affluent moms who get together under flimsy pretenses to share a communal toke.
Oscar winner Kathy Bates and TV mega-producer Chuck Lorre will examine the high life in a new Netflix comedy series.
Kevin Smith has wrapped production on “Hollyweed,” a half-hour comedy produced by FremantleMedia North America and StarStream Media, Variety has learned.
Chuck Lorre is ready to add another show to his already impressive résumé. The creator of The Big Bang Theory, Mom, Mike & Molly and Two and a Half Men is shopping a pot comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.