Los Angeles: Google Screens “GodComplX” (Photographs)

godcomplx1On Friday, October 28th, 2016, Google and YouTube Space LA hosted an exclusive screening at their Venice office for the new web series “GodComplX.” google1google2Executive producer Claire Brown (EP of “Being Mary Jane” and “The Game”) and director Morenika Joela were on hand to celebrate with the cast, which includes Maya Washington (aka “Shameless Maya” on YouTube), Nick Moss, Joshua Michael Moore, Shayna Spiels, Caleb Hwangbo, and Priscilla Bawicia.

google3google4google5google6google7google8google9The evening began with a red carpet reception, followed by a screening of three 10-min episodes and a cast Q&A moderated by Daraiha Greene, Diversity in Entertainment Ambassador for Google’s CS In Media Team.


Told in 10 episodes, “GodComplX” chronicles the lives of 20-something tech geniuses who live under one roof in Silicon Beach. The series premiered at 5pm PT/8pm ET on YouTube www.youtube.com/godcomplx.

Follow the show on social media (below) and use hashtags #csforall #godcomplxseries #godcomplx, Instagram: @godcomplxseries, Twitter: @godcomplxseries, Facebook: facebook.com/godcomplxseries

Photo credit: 1) Maya Washington, Joshua Michael Moore, Priscilla Bawicia, Daraiha Greene, Nick Moss, Shayna Spiels and Caleb Hwangbo. 2) Daraiha Greene. 3) Nick Moss. 4) ,Priscilla Bawicia. 5) Caleb Hwangbo. 6) Joshua Michael Moore 7)Shayna Spielman. 8) Maya Washington. 9) Morenike Joela.10) Claire Brown 11) 12) 13) 14) .Rich Polk/Getty Images for Google

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