(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!
A brush fire that erupted in a squatters camp spread through part of a La Jolla-area canyon Friday, blackening steep open terrain near clusters of large homes but causing no reported structural damage or injuries.
A wildfire spread over hilly rural terrain east of Ramona Friday afternoon, threatening several back-country homes and destroying one of them before ground and airborne crews could subdue the flames.
Scripps Health this week announced it would be expanding its walk-in, convenient care division, Scripps HealthExpress.
The California Highway Patrol will increase enforcement in the San Diego and Oceanside areas this weekend in an effort to reduce the frequency of motorcycle crashes, authorities said Friday.
"Great progress" has been made in efforts to reunite children who were separated from their parents at the border during the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" crackdown on illegal immigration, a federal judge in San Diego said Friday.
An unlicensed and uninsured motorist, who fled the scene after hitting a good Samaritan helping two people stranded in a broken- down car in Ocean Beach, was sentenced to a year in local custody.
A 2-year-old girl is in the hospital Friday with serious injuries after she fell from a fourth-floor window at an apartment complex in San Diego's University City neighborhood, police said.
The Trump administration said Thursday that it has reunified 364 children ages 5 and older with their families after they were separated at the border, still leaving hundreds to go before a court-imposed deadline a week away.
Major road repairs are underway on South Twin Oaks Valley Road between Craven road and Barham in San Marcos after a sinkhole formed in the middle of the road.