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Mike’s Place

Mike Johnson, the sometimes fun-loving and always smack-talking club promoter navigates his way through the misadventures of his life

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Title: Mike’s Place

Producer/Director: Justin Borgman

Cast: Mike Bend, Nikki Lashae, Rob Monford, KaiyahOui

Runtime: 20:35 minutes

Set in Atlanta, this sitcom stars Mike Bend in the role of Mike Johnson, the fun-loving and smack talking club promoter who navigates his way through the misadventures of his life with the help of his attorney and girlfriend, Victoria Kennedy- the stasis in this duo.

Mike works for the night club, Suga D’s, where he is determined to increase his net worth by any means necessary and build an empire with Victoria, whom he plans to make his wife someday, despite the naysayers. Episodes will focus on Mike’s antics as he climbs (or slips on) the ladder of success amidst an unforgettable mix of characters like Bishop Shoulder Lean, Old Aunt Mettie, Rufus, and anyone else pegged as an unwanted guest at Mike’s Place.

As the series progresses, Mike eventually becomes the owner of the nightclub and Victoria becomes partner at her law firm. Despite the shenanigans, with Mike at the center of them all, the two manage to maintain their relationship and make it to the altar, unscathed.

Director Biography - Justin Borgman

Justin Borgman is an Atlanta based filmmaker and founder of BleuWerks Entertainment. Starting his film career in front of the camera, Justin has since stepped behind the camera to help others create movie magic.

Film credits include "Rain Man," "Fresh Horses," “Lock Up," "An Innocent Man," "Ride Along 2" and "Ant Man".

 

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