"3rd Floor West," a TV Pilot Filmed in Cleveland, Set to Air December 6

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Tune in to Skip Thomas Mass Productions at 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6 to see a special one-hour premiere of 3rd Floor West, written and directed by Mike Berry.



Prepare to be thrilled by scandal, plot twists and life-or-death action in this gripping pilot episode of the series, all while recognizing local sites and scenery.

Beautiful young CEO Victoria Stanton Kline, played by Kathleen Ferrini, must risk her life to save her company and her sanity when a powerful group of patriots spot the potential military use of a popular drug.



The filming predominately took place in Cleveland, using locations like Joe’s House of Blues, Madwerks Studios and The Henn Mansion located Euclid. 3rd Floor West's  "spicy" characters and intricate story lines will surely leave you wanting more. 

Skip Thomas Productions also created Secrets and The Skip Thomas Project.  Visit the website for the trailer and exciting contests www.skipthomasproductions.com.

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