Ensemble cast and crew added for Season 2 of award-winning web series

May 7, 2014 

Cobra Rhodes and Don Underwood, both of whom appeared in the first season of AMC’s arm wrestling competition show “Game of Arms” have secured spots in Season 2 of the award-winning web series “Kill Em All.”

​“Kill Em All” is produced by Lee’s Summit High School graduates Jesse Pringle and Shawn Wright.

Rhodes and Underwood competed for the Kansas City Rolling Thunder in “Game of Arms.”

Rhodes’ Jones is a not-so-stable drug dealer in a difficult neighborhood in “Kill Em All,” while Underwood’s Gilhouly is a proud Irish American who owns and operates a neighborhood Irish pub with his brother.

Another new cast member is Seraphine Naeymi (“Pep Squad”), appearing as Elizabeth Martucci, the only daughter of mob boss Alfonse Martucci, and love interest to

​“Kill Em All’s” central character, Carson McCullough played by Pringle.

Pringle created and wrote the series, which was recently an official selection

​in​ the Kansas City Film Festival as well as the LA Web Fest where they won ​awards for Best Series in the Drama Category, Best Director in a Drama (Wright), Best Writer in a Drama (Pringle), Best Score in a Drama (performed by Kansas City’s Flannigan’s Right Hook).

Los Angeles actor Richard Tyson also took home the prize for Best Guest Star in a Drama for his role as Quinn Flannigan, a wise-cracking Irish mobster, in “Kill Em All’s” fourth episode of Season 1.

The series is produced by Pringle, along with director/ producer Wright, and writer/ producer Emily Herold.

​“Kill Em All’s” second season is currently in production in Kansas City and will premiere later this summer.

For more information, visit www.killemalltv.com.

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