Infinity Film Festival to Screen ‘Adoptable’ Starring Emily Swallow

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The first season of Adoptable!, starring series writer Scott Lowell and co-starring Supernatural‘s Emily Swallow, will be screening at the Infinity Film Festival in Beverly Hills, California. The web series cast also includes Linda Park, Jim O’Heir, Sharon Gless and Noah Wyle.

ADOPTABLE! is an awkward and bittersweet comic web series written by and starring Scott Lowell loosely based on his own experiences searching for his birth parents back in the late 90s. It is presented as a documentary being directed by Jennifer Lim (Linda Park of TVs Enterprise & Crash) which follows successful actor and adult adoptee Scott Fishman (Lowell) of the hit TV show Cops & Bottoms in which he co-stars with Noah Wyle (Noah Wyle as a fictionalized version of himself). Bowing somewhat to pressure from his fiancé, Lisa Crane (Emily Swallow, The Mentalist, Monday Mornings) and their therapist Bob Raskin (Jim OHeir of Parks and Recreation) as well as his own desire to know himself a bit better before getting married and starting a family, Fishman embarks on the journey of seeking out his birth parents. He is aided along the way by an intermediary named Mary Elizabeths played by multi-Emmy Award® winner Sharon Gless (Cagney & Lacey, Burn Notice, Queer as Folk). – IMDB.com

The Adoptable! screening will take place at 2:25 p.m. on Sunday, November 4, at Laemmle Music Hall and tickets can be purchased here. Be sure to check out Lowell’s Facebook post below for a special $10 ticket code!

Em

Em joined the Nerds and Beyond staff in 2018, excited to combine her two great loves of fangirling and writing. Currently residing in Tupelo, MS, she enjoys all things Kings of Con, Marvel, Supernatural, Outlander and Band of Brothers. When she’s not working she can usually be found watching her favorite classic films, adding books to a never-ending TBR pile or writing poetry about her favorite band, Louden Swain. Find her on Twitter at @invisible_heir.

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