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New Sensations Announces additions Of ‘Cheers’, ‘True Blood’, ‘Buffy’ and ‘Lost’ Parodies to Line-Up

CHATSWORTH, CA – Underscoring their position as one of the top producers in the parody genre, New Sensations announced today they are revving up for an ambitious fall production schedule, set to begin next week.

Currently in pre-production, both “Cheers – A XXX Parody” and “True Blood – A XXX Parody” are scheduled to begin shooting in September at locations in Los Angeles, California.

October will prove to be another strong month for New Sensations as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer – A XXX Parody” and “Lost – A XXX Parody” have been scheduled for October shoots.

The studio’s announcement comes as they prepare for the release of two features, marking this as one of the busiest months the studio has seen since they made their early 2009 introduction into the parody genre. Their comedy offering, “70’s Show – A XXX Parody,” will street on September 21 followed by their big budget film “The Sex Files: A XXX Parody” on September 30.


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