(SAN DIEGO) - The very funny and very talented San Diego native Carly Craig is now one of Hollywood’s rising female show runners. Carly is the creator and star of the new series 'Sideswiped', which premieres on YouTube Premium on July 25th.
Carly grew up in La Mesa, and attended Monte Vista High School (Nick Cannon was a classmate).
A multi-generational comedy, 'Sideswiped' is partly based on Carly’s true story and revolves around three women -- Craig, Rosanna Arquette and Chelsea Frei -- who navigate the turbulent waters of the digital dating scene (imagine 'Sex in the City' in the online dating age).
Carly’s character discovers that a lifetime of saying no has left her single and miserable on her 35th birthday. A workaholic verging on breakdown, she vows to plunge into the hellish world of Tinder by dating all 252 of her matches.
Guest stars will include Jason Sudeikis, Rick Springfield, Tyler Posey, Peter Gallagher, Bryan Greenberg, Thomas Lennon, Charles Michael Davis, and Christopher McDonald.
Carly currently recurs on the hit ABC sitcom, 'American Housewife', opposite Katy Mixon. Her feature film credits include David Wain's 'Role Models', opposite Paul Rudd; The Farrelly Brothers' 'Hall Pass', opposite Jason Sudeikis and Owen Wilson; and 'The Three Stooges', opposite Sean Hayes and Jane Lynch.
Catch Carly on the premiere of 'Sideswiped' coming up on July 25th on YouTube Premium!
Aided by diminishing winds, fire crews expanded the containment line around the deadly Woolsey Fire on Thursday, while more evacuation orders were lifted and a firefighter was recovering in a hospital after being run over by a vehicle while sleeping.
Each week, the News 8 Crimefighters help authorities in looking for fugitives in San Diego. This week’s fugitive is: Jennifer Michelle Kidd
Cool weather helped fire crews gain ground Thursday against the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century, as the search went on for more bodies. At least 56 people were killed and 300 were unaccounted for a week after the flames swept through.
The strong winds we saw this week left a mess in some parts of the county - including at a very special horse-riding facility in Ramona.
Five nurses from Scripps Health, who are part of a medical response team, are traveling to Northern California to care for the people affected by the Camp Fire.
A transient accused of repeatedly burglarizing the office of a South Bay community group before torching the premises last week pleaded not guilty Thursday to a slew of charges including arson of a structure, grand theft and burglary.
A 52-year-old professional photographer was arrested this week on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl during a modeling session in Carlsbad, authorities reported Thursday.
A man who pushed a 93-year-old woman through a screen door and onto a concrete deck in Oceanside -- leading to her death 11 days later -- was convicted Thursday of second-degree murder and elder abuse causing great bodily injury.