The Sunset Beach Boulevard serial drama series was created on January 1, 2008 and slowly grew into a weekday podcast on Talk Shoe since April 2, 2012. The series focuses on three founding families of Thousand Oaks (which are the Crosby family, the Livingston family, and the Schmidt family) and their associations with each other from day to day operations of their work and or family activities. The series was picked up for broadcasting on March 5, 2012 (confirmed via press release on their blog) and aired date scheduled for April 2, 2012 at 2 PM ET for weekday airing. The series length goes between ten to fifteen minutes per episode without advertisements and archived for later listening on the Sunset Beach Boulevard's official Talk Shoe show page within an hour of finished of broadcasting which is later, inturned, posted on i-Tunes (which is not listed at the time of posting). In the early stages of the series production, there is only one cast member playing all parts from the finished script via WEbook collaborative social networking site. On May 18th, 2012, the series was confirmed for a second season that will last into prior to 2014 / 2015 United States television season.


The series was created on January 1, 2008 as a mordern day look of the day to day look at the typical American family of their daily activities, social functions, and work related situations. It was confirmed on August of 2008 that there are three founding families in an undisclosed town. The families are the Crosby family, the Livingston family, and the Schmidt family. Some of the first generation family wives are associating families to go with the backstory. Like all typical daytime serial drama series, it focuses on family dynamics and their duties at work. By September 14th, the unknown project officially called the Sunset Beach Boulevard and on this day that some areas were formed (such as The Shamrock, Central Park, Yale University, etc.) was officially places of interest. By winter of 2008 the series went onto the writing collaborative social networking site called WEbook (pronoinced We book) with feed back from their site. The following year saw a new editor to the WEbook project and some of the backstories were confimed and went on hiatus for some time after winter of 2009. In 2011, after a year hiatus, the project leader considered rebooting the project by decided to explore things before the reboot process. During 2011, their have been new developments, such as a Wikia site and Talk Shoe radio network to name a few, to garner some attention and asking the listening public to help out with the production of the story. On March 5, 2012, it was confirmed via official blog that there are enough content to broadcast a special run of the series on Talk Shoe and which is currently airing since April 2, 2012 for ten to fifteen minute episodes. Also to note, on May 18, 2012, it was confirmed for the second season for broadcast. The series only has one cast member to read from the official script.

Series Overview

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Main article: Sunset Beach Boulevard Season 1