DARKSIDE OF THE BAY (2012)
Revolving around THE BAY’s Generation Y, it’s a life or death situation when the younger residents of Bay City dare venture into the wrong side of town. Featuring THE BAY’s KRISTOS ANDREWS (Peter Garrett), JADE HARLOW (Lianna Ramos), MARTHA MADISON (Marly Nelson-Foster), IGNACIO SERRICCHIO (Manny Ramos), TAYLOR STANLEY (Zoey Johnson) and DERRELL WHITT (Will Campbell), DARKSIDE OF THE BAY scorches the screen when Lianna, in her quest for another fix, stumbles into a situation too hot to handle. Will comes to her rescue, putting his own life in jeopardy in the process. As he searches for his missing mother and brother, Peter faces those intent on serving their own brand of justice. Zoey dares to face the unthinkable after summoning Marly and Manny’s help. In the aftermath of all the chaos, Manny attempts to pick up the pieces of Marly’s shattered heart. Reeking havoc in Bay City’s back alleys are SCOTT BAILEY as the persistent and cold-hearted reporter, Nathan Perkins; BRIAN GASKILL as Chase Walker, the arrogant thug who enjoys his job a bit too much; and TERRI IVENS as the sultry and knife-wielding call girl, Orchid. CELESTE FIANNA returns as Tamara Garrett, a member of the Garrett family who harbors her own dark and seedy secrets. Making his debut in the first act, RIB HILLIS guests stars as a scantly-clad Matthew Johnson who offers Lianna fair warning for what she is about to get herself into. MASSI FURLAN guest stars as Anton, a goon determined to exact deadly revenge on Peter Garrett for a murder he didn’t commit. Watch the 2012 Summer Special of the Emmy Nominated THE BAY - DARKSIDE OF THE BAY, written and directed by Gregori J. Martin
Centering around the town's elite, THE BAY follows the privileged, yet dysfunctional Bay City residents whose lives are riddled with sex, lies and scandals. Socialite Sara Garrett, her youngest son Peter, and those around them face a series of dilemmas that involve rape, blackmail, sordid lovers, and vindictive arch rivals. Whether by choice or necessity, the town’s privileged become entangled with those who confuse obsession for love, and power for success.