Comedy of manners meets comedy of errors in this madcap series for fans of Fawlty Towers and P. G. Wodehouse.
When Jimmy Acorn applies to become the new concierge at Hubris Towers, there are a few things he doesn’t know. He doesn’t know how he’s going to make rent. He doesn’t know why wealthy tenants would move into a half-constructed building. And he doesn’t know, strictly speaking, just what a concierge does.
What he does know is that eviction is looming and a PhD in literature isn’t nearly as marketable as he’d hoped, so any job will do. But a life of conciergery at Hubris Towers isn’t just any job. On paper, it’s the future of luxury living. In practice, there are still a few kinks to work out.
Set aside the manager’s grim courtesies and the incomprehensible intercom, get past the infuriatingly helpful bellhop, and Jimmy still finds himself juggling eccentric tenants, a looming inspection, and shadowy underworld connections. And in the midst of it all, he needs to look sharp and stay un-awkward, just in case the lovely Ms. Leonelle breezes by.
Nevertheless, with a little luck, a lot of hard work, and the help of an unexpected band of friends, Jimmy will find a way through, even if he does get a little damp or...well, sombreroed in the process.
This volume contains all eight episodes of Hubris Towers Season 1, previously released individually. Plus, the winter holidays come to Hubris Towers in an all-new bonus short.
Hubris Towers is a fresh comedy series released regularly in 45-55 page episodes. Visit byfaroe.com/hubris for more information and to sign up for updates on new releases and exclusive deals.
With his reputation staked on an impossible intercom repair and a frenetic training schedule devised specially by his conniving boss Mr. Schwartz, it's going to be all Jimmy can do to keep his head above water on his first day at Hubris Towers.
Add a growing list of errands, a band of Russians, a Frenchman, a duckling, and some very poor directions, and Jimmy will need every ounce of luck and ingenuity he can muster—and maybe a little help from his new friends—if he's going to have any chance of staying at Hubris Towers.
And then there’s the little matter of his hat...
This is the second installment of Hubris Towers, a fresh comedy series released regularly in 45-55 page episodes. Visit byfaroe.com/hubris for more information and to sign up for updates on new releases and exclusive deals.
It’s an exciting night at Hubris Towers: Jimmy’s got a hot date, the inspection is in full swing, and Gustav’s got a fire axe. Not all at once might have been a better idea, of course. The stakes have never been higher as Jimmy juggles romance and remote crisis control in the madcap finale of Hubris Towers Season 1.
This is the eighth installment in Hubris Towers, a comedy series for fans of P. G. Wodehouse and Fawlty Towers. If you’re new to the series, sign up at byfaroe.com/hubris to try the first two episodes on us.
What if you had no daily grind, no soul-sucking job, and a few smart, passionate friends to watch your back and split the bills? Could you find a way to make ends meet and then pour every moment into what you really love?
Five friends take the plunge to find out.
Sushi and her roommate Summer are tired of working dead-end jobs for corporate drone bosses. So when their friend Alex quits his job and his roommate Zen proposes a grand experiment, they rope in their geeky friend Otto and move in together to build a life of art and freedom and tea and scheming.
Of course, they still have to make rent, and the evil next door neighbor is hell-bent on getting them kicked out, and Summer may be just a little bit hopelessly in love with Alex.
But it should all work out. Right?
By turns silly and deep, daring and sweet, The Dream World Collective is a cozy romp for anyone who cares about creativity, community, and muffins.
When Hubris Towers acquires the last house on the block, Mr. Hubris is excited to welcome local matriarch Mother Robert as the newest tenant of Hubris Towers and announce the launch of an ambitious new construction project.
But with the big inspection one day away and the building falling apart at the seams, it's going to be all Jimmy and Ana can do to keep Hubris Towers from getting shut down. Add a literary interlude with Ms. Leonelle, a little help from Gustav the criminal bellhop-in-training, and rather less help from Mr. Schwartz, and it's anyone's guess whether Hubris Towers will even stay open long enough to demolish Mother Robert's house.
The Russians are eager to help, though, and even if Jimmy is poor in money, he's rich in leftover tuna. So it will probably turn out fine.
This is the sixth installment of Hubris Towers, a comedy series for fans of P. G. Wodehouse and Fawlty Towers. If you’re new to the series, sign up at byfaroe.com/hubris to try the first two episodes on us.
With colorful applicants to interview, an inspection looming, and romance hovering nervously in the air, it’s not as if Jimmy didn’t have enough to do. But Billiam seems eager to try his hand at mentoring. Maybe he can help.
It’s time for poetry, pie, and criminal infiltration as the Hubris Towers team swings into action for another round of laugh-out-loud adventures.
This is the fifth installment of Hubris Towers, a comedy series for fans of P. G. Wodehouse and Fawlty Towers. If you’re new to the series, sign up at byfaroe.com/hubris to try the first two episodes on us.
These things always blow over, of course, but it’s still best to investigate, if only to satisfy the tenants. Little does Jimmy know the stakes are about to be raised and new alliances formed as his investigation turns up rather more than he wanted to know about Hubris Towers and Ana makes a disturbing discovery of her own.
At least there’s Mrs. Plover’s pie to look forward to. There’s no way pie can go wrong. Right?
This is the fourth installment in Hubris Towers, a comedy series for fans of P. G. Wodehouse and Fawlty Towers. If you’re new to the series, sign up at byfaroe.com/hubris to try the first two episodes on us.