Produced by 3 Arts Entertainment ("The Office," "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" and "Everybody Hates Chris"), "Factory" is a send-up of blue collar America and a comedy in the vein of "The Office" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm." The series also stars Michael Coleman ("Curb Your Enthusiasm"), Jay Leggett ("In Living Color") and David Pasquesi ("Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Strangers with Candy"). In the first episode, a work-related accident results in a prime new job opening at the factory. When the supervisor trusts the four friends to decide who among them is best for the job, the guys find themselves covertly trying to sabotage each other with hilarious results.
Beginning Monday, June 9, viewers can log on to spike.com to get an advance look at the premiere episode of "Factory" as well as exclusive segments where the cast offers their blue collar perspective on current events. Throughout the season, full episodes will be available on spike.com directly after their on-air debut, along with exclusive embeddable outtakes, interviews and show clips that users can share with their friends. The show's premiere episode will also be available for free via download to own services iTunes and Amazon unBox starting Monday, June 9.
Bill McGoldrick is Spike TV's vice president of original programming. Lisa Ullmann, who brought "Factory" to the network, is executive in charge of production for Spike TV.
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