When they're best friend faces deportation, a gay couple decides to pull of the ultimate charade and marry her. Can they keep up the illusion?
What happens when you marry your boyfriend's best friend? A lot.
In an effort to save their quirky friend, Kim, from being deported, a gay couple - Daniel and Brandan - devise the ultimate plan to save her...one of them will marry her! To further avoid suspicion, the couple decide it best if Kim move in with them at their new house in the country, with disastrous consequences. What happens when different personalities collide with cultural faux pas'? Can one group of friends handle two simultaneous relationships? Welcome to the life of My Wife, My Boyfriend, and I.
Meet the collection of creative misfits delivering your new favourite web comedy!
Mid-20's, university educated, slim but not athletic. Daniel has a taste for the finer things in life. He’s used to the high life in the city, but recently moved to the country with his boyfriend, Brandan, which is proving to be a major adjustment. He likes Kim, but has no patience for all the cultural differences and faux pas.
Early-20's, ethic minority. She’s living in Canada on a visa that’s about to expire. She’s willing to do anything to avoid moving back home on the other side of the world. She’s still adjusting to certain social norms in Canada, and often tries so hard she completely misses the mark. Kym is known for her bubbly personality and ability to make friends wherever she goes.
Mid-20's, muscular and athletic. Brandan is a country boy through and through, working in the trades. He can’t stand showboating or anything overtly lavish, contradictory to Daniel. He's never been happier than our in he and Daniel's new country house. The bugs don't bother him, and he's more than happy to welcome wildlife around the property. His best friend is Kym, and not only does he enjoy her antics, he often encourages them.
Our show actively appeals to families who have children aged 13+ and enjoy light hearted comedies dealing with social issues. These families are typically comprised of parents who champion their children to be advocates for the less fortunate, actively involved in their communities, and enjoy strengthening their familial bond through jointly watching and discussing thought-provoking content.
One of the key demographics of our series is the LQBTQ+ community. Two of our main characters, Daniel and Brendan, are a gay couple. Through the portrayal of this relationship, the series explores a multitude of issues and topics that are of relevance to the LGBTQ+ community, with a first-person perspective on the scenarios.
Given the overall plot of our series, it appeals to visible minorities, specifically those who have emigrated to Canada from overseas. Our series takes a light-hearted and comical, yet always respectful, approach to addressing some of the issues faced by these communities. One of the fundamental goals of the series is to raise awareness and serve as a voice for visible minorities, while simultaneously maintaining an entertainment factor to retain the audience and keep viewers engaged.