Imagine watching two women fall in love, talk about sex, partner for life, and then never seeing them kiss.
While this story was unfolding in at least 28 countries on TV and via YouTube, Crystal Chappell and Jessica Leccia were voted 2009’s Sexiest Couple Alive by both heterosexual and gay viewers internationally.

The realisation that the kiss was not going to happen on Guiding Light, which ended in September, hasn’t stopped Chappell from making it happen. She teamed up with her writing partner, Kim Turrisi, and a third producer, Hope Royaltey, and by pooling resources, actors and crew, and a loyal fan base, they produced their own web series, Venice the Series. In the first 30 seconds, you will see Chappell and Leccia kiss.

The setting is Venice Beach and the series focuses on family and friends. The lead character is played by Chappell, who recently returned to Days of Our Lives as Carly.

The first of the 12 six-minute episodes aired in Australia on December 5.

info: To watch the trailer, visit www.venicetheseries.com  Also visit venicetheseries on Facebook or Twitter.

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