Cannabis Moms Club is a new web show launched by Elizabeth Benk's comedy platform. You can watch it at the website WhoHaha—a place where women can have fun and dive into the world of female comedy. The creator of this project is a production company, Quite Duke. However, at the heart of Cannabis Mms Club, there are two beautiful ladies with an exceptional sense of humor—Deena Adar and Kai Collins.
The show centers around the story of moms who enjoy their sudden cannabis avocation. It premiered this summer and quickly gained its own female fan club. The first five episodes are streamed online on WhoHaha. If you are in search of another weed comedy or sitcom, the show can turn out to be a refreshing novice for you.
The very first episode starts with a gathering of housewives who accidentally reveal that one of them has a vaporizer in her purse. From now on, their record of cannabis consumption rapidly picks up steam. The moms are all different, and each one of them brings something new to the culture.
Despite the initial similarity, this show is nothing like Desperate Housewives. The project is more centered on the bond that connects people who are sharing a smoke. Moms Club shows us the way cannabis can change your connection with friends and make this relationship stronger.
The very name of the series highlights the target audience and eliminates the demographics that would dislike this kind of comedy. However, both Adar and Collins are happy that most of the feedback is positive. Facebook and WhoHaha followers praise the show. Among them, there are even men and non-smokers.
The idea of the project was inspired by a moms group on the Internet. Deena remembers seeing a wine-related post of a mom and others supporting her. The producer thought about the possibility of changing a glass of wine for a joint. She decided to address the double standard about marijuana and open a dialog with society.
Both women are weed consumers themselves. Collins mentions that the medical benefits of this plant are more important than the social stigma that has fallen upon cannabis. Besides, the producer seems to enjoy her acting in the show. The character portrayed by Kai was based on the actress herself—to be more specific, on the farcical character that popped up in her head one day.
Impressively, the whole five episodes were done in a record period of two days. The process was well-prepared and went smoothly because the crew had the pleasure of working with familiar actors.
In the future, the creators of Cannabis Moms Club are planning to launch the second season of the series. It is already outlined and is ready for shooting. The positive reviews they are getting inspire them for further work. They may even add cannabis dads to the upcoming seasons.
If you are interested in the show, all five episodes will take very little time to watch. Write a comment and share your ideas about the Cannabis Moms Club series.