First look at the Dimes Square Reality Show: The Come Up


This is going to sound weird, but now we have a reality show on Dimes Square. And it’s not just because the people doing it seem to think the current era is one of intense possibility and change.

But because that’s where we are now: we live in a world where the only thing that matters is being seen and being seen on camera.

Why shouldn’t there be a reality show on Dimes Square? Because it is not enough to be here; you must be seen here too. It’s something that can happen even if you know nothing or do nothing at all.

It doesn’t take an artist or an activist or an artist-activist. It requires no special talent, no ambition, no skill, no insight, no intellect, or no idea worth someone else’s time.

All it takes is having a name and being seen, which seems like such a basic thing now, but wasn’t always so clear cut.

So here’s a new docu-style reality series “The Come Up” from Freeform that will take viewers on a different reality show that chronicles the current reality of coming of age with much of the perspective and individuality. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming series.

First look at the Dimes Square Reality Show: The Come Up

The trailer holds great promise as one of the few original series released. Each episode will follow a different cast member as they progress from a youngster’s point of view growing up and into adulthood.

The show will explore how these young people deal with the challenges of growing up in New York, including race, gender identity and sexuality.

The show follows the six Gen Z artists and their team of close-knit friends as they work to make it in New York City.

The series follows each member as they navigate their way through the hustle and bustle of NYC – from managing social media accounts and managing their personal lives to working late nights in the office and spending time with friends.

But there is more than that too. The show tries to capture what it’s like to be a limitless ambitious youngster who wants it all (love, money, status).

How difficult it can sometimes be for them to find fulfillment in their lives when they already have so much to do, especially when they don’t yet know exactly how they got there or what exactly they want from life.

Meet the Vibrant Cast

Delving deeper into reality TV, Freeform takes these charismatic performers into the world of possibilities, including Taofeek Abijako, the youngest designer to ever walk New York Fashion Week.

Fernando Casablancas, an aspiring model of Brazilian origin. Ebon Trower, an aspiring artist. Claude Schwartz, an aspiring actress with a background in theater. Ben Hard, rising artist and Sophia Wilson, photographer.

The reality series Come Up, docu is set to air on Tuesday, September 13.


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