Jimmy's and Jenny's
A SITCOM PILOT by George Papadimatos & Maytal Angel
Chaos & Comfort with a side of Fries
Dealing with failure in both career and love life,
irresponsible man-child George, tries to run his late dad‘s old diner
while managing his eccentric cousins as his staff,
getting inspiration from his late parents through flashbacks,
and constantly getting yelled at by his best friend Maya...
who is reluctantly running the diner for him.
What's it all about:
Jimmy’s and Jenny’s is a feel-good, family oriented, goofy sitcom about man-child, George and his feisty friend, Maya, who are forced to work together with his kooky family in a fun & loud Greek diner that ends up being their second home.
Set in present time Long Island with flashbacks to the 80s.
Welcome to the fun and wacky world of “Jimmy’s and Jenny’s”!!
A TV Pilot created by and starring George Papadimatos and Maytal Angel.
It’s a comedy about a Greek diner in the Long Island town of Mineola, NY.
Based on George’s experiences growing up in his dad’s diner
with his kooky Greek family, his sassy Israeli best friend, Maya,
and his hilarious friends! 🤪
The world can always use more laughter and love (and fries 🍟)!
And this is the place to get it! 😀❤️
Meet The Characters!
The Heart Of The Show
Jimmy's and Jenny's features two shows in one:
a modern sitcom about a Greek diner in the present,
and a feel-good throwback show about that same diner in the 80s.
It's a contrast between today's fast-paced, tech-consumed world and “simpler times” prior to the internet generation.
The two sync up as our six main characters come together and learn through flashbacks to find answers for the present.
The show is diverse. No matter who you are or how messed up your life is, everyone is accepted in this fun, loving, warm and wacky diner.
It has Greek roots, but it’s really about everyone. At its core, it’s about getting along, helping each other out, and creating a diverse family of friendships.
Heartwarming to GenX, reminiscent for Boomers, & featuring lessons for Millennials and Zoomers, this multicultural, multigenerational diner is proof we all have more in common as humans than that which divides us.
THE DONNA DRAKE SHOW
ARE WE HAVING FUN?
Digital Journal Article
By: Markos Papadatos
T TIME - Season 3, Episode 15
"It’s All Greek To Me!”
Strong Island Television,
Paradise Studios NY