*Have you ever wanted to slap the mess out of your co-worker? What about the boss that makes you wonder why she even hired you because she clearly doesn’t like you? And those women in the office who do nothing but yak, yak, yak behind your back and then turn around and grin in your face?
Don’t you have daydreams about them slicing their finger off with the paper cutter, don’t lie.
If any of the above look familiar to you, you might want to check out “Witch Bitch,” a new web-TV series currently in development.
Described as a “Bewitched” meets “Means Girls” satirical dramedy, the show chronicles the life of a scorned witched who is banished from her wealthy coven, and sent to work in the “real world” where she must learn the art of office politics while trying not to cast spells on her co-workers to solve her problems.
An original series created by filmmaker DeAara Lewis, the project has started a all-or-nothing Kickstarter campaign with a goal to reach $15,000 by August 12. The campaign started on July 7, and to date it has raised
According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, 27% of Americans admit to being bullied at work while another 15% admit to silently witnessing it. Workplace bullying is one of the top reasons people quit their jobs.
Lewis says though revenge is often frowned upon and discouraged, that doesn’t stop people from wanting to do it. “The Confessions of a Witch Bitch” challenges popular notions about revenge by asking, “If you had the power to seek revenge against someone at your job, would you do it?”
DeAara Lewis is an actress, writer, director and producer who has created two films, “The Forgotten Ones” and her feature film offering, “Tricks.” which explores the lives of six Memphis prostitutes.
The Kickstarter campaign for “The Confessions of a Witch Bitch” ends at MIDNIGHT on August 12. If you want to participate in making this show happen, click here to donate on Kickstarter now.
See a preview of “Witch Bitch” directly below.
Listen to DeAara Lewis talk about her own experiences with office bullying and why she created “Witch Bitch” in the video below.