We all have an inner monologue. A voice in our heads that comments on every social interaction. In any setting. All the goddamn time. 

What if the voice inside your head was real? 

What if your mind had a mind of its own?

Meet Stian.

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A mostly average 20-something with one key difference.

 

There are sports commentators living in his head who give running commentary on every aspect of his life.

 

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In Stian's head, every social interaction is a game, and we're playing along with him through every win and fail as he attempts to navigate the norms and faux pas of modern life. 

In an era of increasing self-awareness,“Match” provides a window into our hyperactive minds, ranking and judging every encounter, trying to do whatever it takes to come out ahead. 

 

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The format presents an opportunity to explore not just Stian's (mis)adventures, but as we move forward in series, the point of view can also shift to people of different genders, sexualities, ages, and ethnicities – with hilarious and poignant results.

 

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