DeVanity is the most delectable, independent soap on the web and it needs your help to return for a fourth season. DeVanity served up more juicy, fantastic drama in Season 3 than several soaps that air on TV have in years.
To deliver a fourth season complete with the soap's slick production values, edge-of-your-seat scripts, talented cast and must-see guest stars, DeVanity has launched an Indiegogo campaign.
Every single penny fans donate goes directly toward production costs. Whether you donate $5 or $5,000, DeVanity has perks for everyone who helps them bring about another season.
Fans who donate $5 will receive a personal tweet. A donation of $10 will get a personal Thank You on both Twitter and Facebook. For $30, supporters will receive the Complete Third Season on DVD, including behind-the-scenes interviews and bloopers. A $50 donation gets fans a Season 2 and Season 3 combo pack. Those who drop $75 get all three seasons.
Ever want to see your name in the credits of a TV show? Now you can, with a donation of $100 to DeVanity’s fourth season. A $1,000 donation earns supporters an Associate Producer Credit on IMDB (It is a Title Only). Giving $2,000 will deliver a DeVanity Walk on Role (see details at Indiegogo). Helping the cause with a $3,000 donation will reward supporters with an Executive Producer Credit on IMDB (It is a Title Only).
There is even a way for a business man or woman to support DeVanity, by becoming a Business Sponsor with a donation of $5,000 (see details on Indiegogo).
DeVanity has already raised $3,245 of their $10,000 goal on Indiegogo. The soap's Season 4 campaign ends on June 20 at 11:59 pm PST.
On today’s Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Jamey Giddens, Jillian Bowe, Regan Cellura and Melodie Aikels dish the 2013 Daytime Emmy pre-nominations, Twitter “secrets” and the latest All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, DeVanity, General Hospital, One Life to Live and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines, including:
Which actors received Daytime Emmy pre-nominations? Who was missing from the list? There are always surprises that leave the DC gang scratching their heads.
All My Children and One Life to Live announce a slew of casting news. Francesca James and Eden Riegel reprise their AMC roles. Soap Killer Chris Goutman is hired by the sudser.
DeVanity served up a shocking third season finale, and the DC crew can’t wait for Season Four.
Julie Marie Berman decides to leave General Hospital. Nancy Lee Grahn provides more Twitter shenanigans. Rick Springfield and real-life son Liam Springthorpe are coming to Port Charles. Ingo Rademacher joins the cast of the upcoming Dancing With the Stars.
Brooke tries to get Liam and Hope married off, but Steffy reveals her big news on The Bold and the Beautiful.
Eileen Davidson guests on The Young and the Restless. Steve Burton will have his first shirtless scene on Y&R. Carmine and Lauren are hot, hot, hot. Did Jill Farren Phelps deliver the “Storm of the Century”, or was it a flop?
All this and much more on today’s Daytime Confidential podcast!
The web’s best soap, DeVanity ended a stellar third season with a finale featuring as many twists, turns and poignant moments as the entire season combined.
The epic episode was so crammed packed with goodies, creator Michael Caruso begged fans not to spill its secrets on Twitter. You do not want to miss the “Oh no they didn’t!” episode after the jump! READ MORE
If you’ve missed a single episode of DeVanity’s delectable third season then you need to run, not walk, to DeVanity.com to watch the first six episodes before the finale airs this afternoon. Scratch that. So you won't have any excuses, we’ve included the entire season of the web’s best soap for your enjoyment after the jump!
Can you believe DeVanity has already aired its second to last episode of its third season? Where has this incredible web sudser's all-too-short season gone? Maybe up Bianca’s (Katie Caprio) nose? Someone get DeVanity a 22-episode fourth season order already!
Featuring Days of Our Lives’ always fantastic Arianne Zucker as Julia Regis and Dallas icon Charlene Tilton as Francesca DeVanity, “Baby Bumps” was another must see episode of intrigue, cat fights and unexpected twists.
What will we do when soaps’ best fashion drama ends its run next week? It’s almost too much to contemplate. Watch “Baby Bumps” after the jump! READ MORE
Delicious web soap DeVanity released the fourth episode of its must-see third season today. In case you haven’ t watched the awesomeness that is DeVanity, we wanted to help you get caught up.
My favorite DeVanity storyline is the Lara (Alexis Zibolis), Jason (Michael Caruso) and Isabelle (Jaclyn Lyons) triangle. I can’t wait to see how it evolves over the rest of the season
Watch the first four episodes of DeVanity’s soaptastic new season after the jump!