Saturday, December 26, 2015

USC Miniseries ‘CON' Returns For a Second Season in Spring 2016

Season 2 of CON will premiere Spring 2016.
CON is USC’s only scripted show to air on Trojan Vision this fall, and will continue to be the only scripted show in production on the network. It is created entirely by USC students. The show recently took home awards from the Miami International Web Festival for “Best Drama” and “Best Actor” for Joey Livingston who plays Jonah.

CON follows to con artists, Iris and Jonah, who work together to pull off heists and confidence tricks on a college campus. The end of season one leaves our con artists with a dead body on their hands, and season two picks up with Iris and Jonah trying to figure out how to cover it up while being hunted by a dangerous man from Iris’ past.

The first season aired six, 15-minute episodes on USC’s Trojan Vision channel 8.1 in September. The episodes are currently available to watch online at

Watch the premiere below:

The second season will contain four, 30-minute episodes and airs in the spring.

Creators Amy Suto and Jen Enfield-Kane are both Writing for Screen and Television majors within the USC School of Cinematic Arts. As graduating seniors, the two hope to use CON as a calling card as well as a way to hone their storytelling skills and learn how to run a show effectively.

You can find out more about the pair at

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