So, why go after Jswipe, specifically, and not the entire online dating scene?Jdate’s legal brief against Jswipe makes the case that dating sites which brand themselves with the “J-family” of names is violating Jdate’s trademark.
And, it’s not just dating apps; there’s also the now defunct JVibe, a teeny-bop magazine for pubescent chosen people, which was established way back in 2004.
If developed, topics like these could instill in the series the depth that it often lacks.
These next few episodes will determine the direction that the show will take, and are therefore crucial.
(You can participate in that at JENLA.org/soonbyyou.)Hoffman explained that the night the first episode aired on You Tube, they had no idea what to expect.
“We were blown away by how quickly the numbers were climbing.