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Emma Approved is a multi-platform series based on Emma, a novel by Jane Austen.
The series is produced by Pemberley Digital.
The series is developed by Bernie Su.

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Emma Approved is a modernized adaptation of Emma, a novel by Jane Austen. It is a Pemberley Digital Project, a company founded by Hank Green and Bernie Su.
Emma Approved is developed by Bernie Su.

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Frank Churchill - Stephen Chang -
Harriet Smith - Dayeanne Hutton -

Executive Producer - Bernie Su -
Executive Producer - Hank Green -
Producer - Tracy Bitterolf -
Director - Bernie Su -
Writer - Bernie Su -
Cinematography - Cody Bonsignore
Editor - Sam Mollo
Story Editor - Tamara Krinsky -
Transmedia Producer - Alexandra Edwards -
Transmedia Editor - Angelique Hanus -
Assistant Director - Hannah Queiroz
Script Supervisor - Ana Avila -
Production Designer - Katie Moest -
Art Direction - Adam Levermore -
Stylist - Jessica Snyder -
Makeup - Jennifer Jackson
Sound Mixer/Boom - Neno Stevens
Gaffer - Adrian Pacheco - -
Social Media Manager - Christina Cooper -
Post Production Coordinator - Brennan Barsell
Development Assistant - Ariana Nedelman

Mr. Churchill: Hello, Harriet.

Harriet: Hi, Mr. Churchill, are you ready?

C: Born ready.  Where's Emma?  I thought she was gonna ask the questions.

H: She wanted me to do it.  Is that okay?

C: Hit me.

H: Okay.  First question. From Aldona Z. on Facebook: What's the best way to get a successful job?  

C: Always show that you're passionate about the job that you're going in for.  Would you agree?

H: Absolutely.  From Erin H. on Facebook: How do you get your hair so perfect?  For realsies.

C: I have a stylist.  He is very talented.  For realsies.

H: From Emily M. on Facebook: Would you rather eat a cup of sand, or have a cup of sand down your pants for a week?

C: Eat the sand.  Get it over with.  Done.

H: But what if the sand kills you?

C: That would be tragic.

H: From Ellen M. on Facebook: Have you ever had a venture that failed?  If so, what did you learn from that experience?

C: Winston Churchill once said, "Success consists of going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasm."

H: So that means...

C: Don't let failure get you down.

H: From @mooncrackers54 on Twitter: What do you usually eat for breakfast?

C: As long as there's a good cup of coffee, aside from that, I'm not high maintenance.  Whatever's convenient.  Even crackers.

H: From @rachelisanangryelf on Twitter: I'm leaving in a month for my first extended trip abroad.  What's the most important thing to bring with me?

C: Bring an open mind and a positive attitude.  Make every experience an adventure.  And don't be so angry, elf Rachel!  Go with the flow, create some memories.

H: From @dramadork884 on Twitter: What kind of temperament do you look for in a partner?

C: Whether it's business or life partners, you need to find someone that complements you.  I like someone who can do the things that I can't.  Stay dorky...And dramatic.

H: From @pandaposse on Twitter: How do you stay in touch with your family while you're traveling?

C: You may be surprised, but the internet and international minutes are an excellent way to stay in touch with your posse.  Even your pandas.

H: From @sweetlibrarian on twitter: Being an entrepreneur and world traveler, what draws you to a prospect? What catches your attention?

C: Hmm. It's a lot like love at first sight. You need to be hooked from the beginning, and always trust your gut.

H: Dakota H. on Facebook asks: Do you like frozen yogurt?

C: Mmm, fro-yo, that sounds good. Do you like yogurt? 

H: Not as much as I used to.

C: Good enough for me, let's go.

H: What?

C: Yogurt, let's go.

H: But, I have work to do.

C: Harriet, there's a time for work, and there's a time for fro-yo. Do you know what time it is?

H: Fro-yo time?

C: Right on!