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Karolina Sivas expanding her Web presence

Clovis West grads Kelsey Long and Karolina Sivas prepare to shoot a scene for the second season of “Broken at Love.”
Clovis West grads Kelsey Long and Karolina Sivas prepare to shoot a scene for the second season of “Broken at Love.” Fresno Bee Staff Photo

Clovis West High School graduate Karolina Sivas continues to expand her reach on the Internet. She’s looking to move her Web series, “Broken at Love,” from Los Angeles to New York when production begins on a third season.

The planned move has taken a little longer than she wanted as she examines other opportunities. One such opportunity is to be apart of “TMI Hollywood Live.” Imagine a “Saturday Night Live” style show that you can only see online.

“I will be a special guest for the soap opera edition of the show Sunday, June 14, at the Acme Theater,” Sivas says. For more on the online offering, go to tmihollywood.com.

The series will begin airing in front of a live audience starting July 19. Sivas has been asked to host an episode that can be seen at thestream.tv.

On Tuesday, June 2, Sivas was a special guest host for an after show discussing the TV Land’s series “Younger” starring Sutton Foster. You can see it at Afterbuzztv.com or YouTube.

“Broken At Love” is the story of college senior Vivienne “Vivie” Taylor, who gets to meet her celebrity crush, professional tennis player Holden Gregory.

Sivas didn’t set out to be the creator, star, writer and director of an online series. As part of her acting classes at USC she made student films. When she graduated, she decided to take those skills and make something for the Internet that would spotlight her acting skills.

More about “Broken at Love” can be found at facebook.com/BrokenAtLove.

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