Here She Comes



There is a lot of bad sex on television.

There is a lot of bad sex in real life.

Here She Comes will change all that.


Here She Comes tells the story of two experiential sex coaches who lead America into the next sexual revolution – one mind-blowing orgasm at a time – and the army of scamming pickup artists, terrified spouses, religious fundamentalists, and angry misogynist loners who rise up to try and stop them.


Here She Comes is a workplace drama.

The office is a sex-coaching practice and the couches see a lot of action. At the helm are two female sex coaches whose personal lives are as colorful and complex as the clients they serve.


Their mission: to liberate the nation from shame.

But as they spread their cutting-edge teachings, forces emerge to take them down.


Our protagonists are complex superheroes, that redefine bravery.

One maintains myriad lovers but is challenged when she meets a man who only wants monogamy. The other precariously holds together a family, home, and growing business until the day it all threatens to unravel.


Here She Comes is a feminist, character-driven drama.

Think Sex and the City, Jane the Virgin, Orange Is the New Black. Women front and center, but instead of complaining about men over Cosmopolitans, they transform the erotic worlds of those around them.


Here She Comes is a procedural.

Think your favorite case-of-the-week show — The Good Wife, The X-Files, Law & Order—but the case of the week is a client struggling with sexual challenges and our two detectives are iconoclastic women with an erotic touch and an exquisite knowledge of the sexual psyche.



Think you’ve seen this before?...

Think again.


Current sex shows on TV are tepid at best: sex is a joke, a fetish, a titillation.

Here She Comes is dirty, intimate, playful, profound, messy, and erotic.

And the women who bring us these stories — their sex drives are surpassed only by their IQs.


Here She Comes is a battle for our hearts, from the halls of Congress to our bedrooms.

Will we follow the same old repressive scripts that have led to miserable relationships and violation?

Or will we imagine sexual revolution together and move the culture forward?


Our ambition is to dramatize the collective sexual unconscious of a nation and the battle between liberation and oppression. We want to change the way sexuality is represented on television, and deliver sexy and educational fiction that leads to increasing heights of pleasure and discovery for everyone who watches.


Here She Comes is here to change the world... one mind-blowing orgasm at a time.



Somatica Foundations

Here She Comes is inspired by the Somatica Method – a revolutionary approach to sex and relationship coaching — developed over the past 15 years by co-producers Danielle Harel and Celeste Hirschman. Through the Somatica Method, thousands of people have transformed their sexual and relationship lives. The show also builds on the creator and director Jessica Habie’s personal experience as a Somatica coach-in-training.


Here She Comes is a Developing Dialogue

Beyond the fiction, the Here She Comes team is working with real thought leaders, artists, and activists in the fields sex and intimacy to create images that move the sex positive conversation forward. Already we have tapped into community intelligence, through a combination of in-person events, interviews, and collaborative social media campaigns.


We want to make the world a safer and sexier place for everyone, and use the momentum of the show to highlight and support the incredible work being done in the world.


We cannot imagine the next sexual revolution alone...



Jessica Habie


Jessica Habie is a founder of Here She Comes TV and the creator and director of Here She Comes. An award winning filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area, Jessica founded the non-profit Eyes Infinite Films in 2003. She is the director of the feature film Mars at Sunrise (2014), starring Golden Globe winning Actor Ali Suliman, and the short film Mandatory Service (2008), which won Best Documentary Short at the Tribeca Film Festival and was featured at the Cannes Short Film Festival. Mars at Sunrise won several awards — including best soundtrack at the East End Film Festival in London, and Best Actor at the Alexandria Film Festival — and continues to screen around the world. Jessica graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and holds a M.A. Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Creativity from the California Institute for Integral Studies.



Z Starr

Executive Producer

Z Starr is the executive producer of Here She Comes, and a super auntie, an artist, an ocean lover, a life enthusiast and a cosmic kook. She’s had careers in decorative painting, photography, and was the co-founder of the social media department at GoPro. She is currently active with the PachaMama alliance and the Create Peace Organization. Z believes Here She Comes has the power to change the conversation about sexuality and intimacy from one of shame and taboo to one of pleasure and inclusion.



Michael Cuomo

Executive Producer

Michael Cuomo is an award-winning actor and producer of film, television and theatre. He recently co-starred in and produced the dramatic feature film The Light of the Moon, written and directed by Jessica M. Thompson, which took home the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at SXSW 2017 and sold to Imagination Worldwide and Amazon. The film premiered theatrically in Fall 2017 with the support of UN Women and is streaming on Amazon Prime and all major digital platforms. Michael also starred in and produced the critically acclaimed feature film Happy New Year, written and directed by K. Lorrel Manning, executive produced by Iain Smith (Wanted, Children of Men, The Fountain). The film’s premiere at the SXSW and Hamptons International Film Festivals was followed by a successful tour through 16 international film festivals, garnering impressive reviews, winning 6 awards including Cuomo for Best Actor and Manning for Breakout Director (RIIFF). Happy New Year received a successful theatrical engagement in New York, and played limited engagements across the country, bolstered by the support of Stop Soldier Suicide. It is distributed by Snag Films.


Michael recently worked on Billions (Showtime, dir. Shaz Bennett), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon, dir. Amy Sherman-Palladino), Orange Is the New Black (Netflix, dir. Nick Sandow), Daniel Isn’t Real (Samuel Goldwyn, dir. Adam Egypt Mortimer), What Breaks the Ice (Goldcrest Films, dir. Rebecca Eskreis) and We Win (SXSW/VimeoStaffPicks, dir. Michael Stahl-David). He has several feature films in heavy development including the dramatic thriller Replaceable (Brace Cove, dir. Todd Graff), among others.


Michael studied business, creative writing and theater at Loyola University in his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, before moving to New York City. His acting teachers include Joseph Chaikin, Bruce Ornstein, Seth Barrish and Lee Brock of the Barrow Group and Brad Calcaterra of The Studio. For two years as a creative assistant to writer and director Todd Graff (Camp, Bandslam, Joyful Noise), he was fully immersed in the world of film and television writing and production at the studio level. Michael is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) and Actors’ Equity Association (AEA). In his spare time, he reads to children through the SAG Foundation’s BookPals (Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools) and mentors inner-city high school students through the Ghetto Film School’s industry outreach program. He lives in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, with his partner Allyson and their highway rescue pup Gracie Jane.



Indigo Jackson

Associate Producer

Indigo Jackson is an associate producer for Here She Comes and a creative tour de force: film and theater actor, poet, movement artist, creativity teacher, and event producer. Rooted in her hometown of Oakland, California, Indigo’s life as an artist is inseparably tied to her experience of community resilience and radical expression. Naturally, her first feature film was Boot’s Riley’s politically charged Sorry To Bother You (2018), in which she played the cola-can-throwing protester Cynthia Rose. A graduate in Theater Arts at the University of California, Santa Cruz, she studied devised theater at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York, dance with Gerald Casel and Cid Pearlman, and Deep Embodiment with Stefana Serafina of Intuitive Dance. Indigo is a company member of the Ubuntu Theater Project, and in 2017 she co-founded a performing arts collective called SoulTalk, which creates artful experiences that energize personal activation and collective transformation. Now on the production team of Here She Comes, Indigo serves as the community liaison: connecting the story to the people! To connect your project with Here She Comes, contact Indigo.

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