Emilie de Ravin Launches Instagram Series ‘Making It Up As I Go’

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Image courtesy Emilie de Ravin and Eric Bilitch.

With quarantine leaving many of us stuck at home the last few months, fantasies of just getting in a car and driving somewhere (anywhere!) have begun to take hold. But what would happen if you just decided to go for it? That’s the premise behind Emilie de Ravin’s new series Making It Up As I Go. The actress, best known for her roles on Lost and Once Upon a Time, has been cooped up like the rest of us with her partner Eric Bilitch and their two children, Vera, 4, and Theo, 1.

But unlike the rest of us, de Ravin and Bilitch decided to do something bold: rent an RV and take a socially distanced road trip until the end of 2020, traveling wherever their imagination takes them. They’ll be documenting the journey (Bilitch is a filmmaker) in all its glory on Making It Up As I Go, with each half-hour episode premiering on de Ravin’s Instagram page every Tuesday. Looking to live vicariously through the de Ravin-Bilitch clan? Check out Making It Up As I Go below!


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Hey Everyone! We are SOOOO excited to finally share that we’ve made a SHOW for you to enjoy! Give our First Episode a watch to find out what “Making It Up As I Go” is all about!! Please follow, like & comment- I wanna know what you think!! And tell your friends to watch too! We hope you’ll join us for a brand new episode every Tuesday right here on my IGTV! AND be sure to check my stories & feed daily for some sneak peeks and behind the scenes! Xoxoxoxox ❤️💙 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 🚎 🛣 #makingitupasigoshow . . . . . Featuring the song “Making It Up As I Go” by the lovely and talented Nashville singer-songwriter @chelsey_satterlee. Give her some love! “Making It Up As I Go” directed, shot and edited by @eb.photogeography @ericbilitch Give him a follow (or 2 ;))

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