LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen, hosts of Paramount Network’s Lip Sync Battle, star in this super-bright, late ‘80s-themed dance video set to Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock’s “It Takes Two” ahead of season five.
Accompanied by the high-energy LSB Dancers, the video reveals many of the season’s guests, including Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Darren Criss, tennis star Andy Roddick and his model/actress wife Brooklyn Decker, the cast of Netflix’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and more.
The new season takes off Thursday, Jan. 17 at 9/8 c on Paramount Network.
SVP Brand Creative: Terry Minogue
VP On-Air Creative: David Phillips
VP Creative Director, Design: Andre Razo
Executive Producer: Kelli Garrahan
Project Manager, On-Air: Mariel De Jesus
Editorial Director: Brian Trichon
Sr. Project Manager, Design: Emily Scalfone
Art Director: Yenting Chuang
Design Director: Chris Cushing
Animator: Seok In Jang
Producer: Rob Monforto
Production Manager: James Lampmann
Director/Editor: Ira Rosensweig
Director of Photography: Damian Acevedo
Production Designer: John Richards
Costume Designer: Jeanie Cheek
Colorist: Bryan Smaller, Company 3
Audio Mixer: Rommel Molina, Beacon Street Studios
Choreography: Danielle Flora
Memories are all around her as Liza Miller (Sutton Foster) tries to move on after last season’s finale, but but is haunted by the relationships she’s damaged and the people she’s betrayed in TV Land’s teaser for season four of Younger.
The promo shows her walking the street of Brooklyn at night, as pivotal moments from the past three seasons appear reflected in the environment around her as she recalls the events. Her journey culminates in an unexpected encounter with Kelsey (Hilary Duff).
The series follows single mom Liza, 40, who passes herself off as 26 when re-entering the working world.
TV Land also released key art for season four, featuring extreme closeups of the cast to give a sense of the intimacy and raw emotion reflective of each character’s state in the aftermath of Liza’s actions and betrayal—from Josh and Kelsey’s heartbreak and apprehension, through Liza’s acceptance and determination, to the lightheartedness of Maggie and Diana’s wit and sarcasm.
The images are punctuated by direct quotes pulled from dialog in the show that speak to the characters’ storylines, but also seem to be addressing the viewer, according to TV Land.
Director: Andre Gaspar
VFX: Mr Wolf
SVP, Creative Director (TV Land) – Deva Newman
Executive Producer (TV Land) – Laura Kane
Production Manager (TV Land) – Tiffany Mitchell
Writer (TV Land) – Tracey Crooks
VP Creative Director (TV Land) – Joe Boyd
VP Art Director (TV Land) – Dominique Vitali
Director, Motion & Graphics (TV Land)—Janice McDonnell
Senior Art Director (TV Land) – Kyungjoo Lee
Editor (TV Land) – Bryant Wang
Audio Editor (TV Land) – John Wilkinson
Animator (TV Land) – SeokIn Jang
Amazing work, by talented motion designers – no clients attached.
See the article from cg+news about the projects.