In this post, we focus on perhaps the most popular, prominent, and successful genre of web series: comedies.
Premiering September 1st on Hulu, and two weeks later (Sept. 15th) on its official Youtube page, ANYONE BUT ME: THE LOST SCENES will bring viewers the further exploits of Aster and Vivian in a unique and creative way; one that continues their story while doing so in a manner that those new to the original series can easily appreciate.
When the timid Gemma goes to sleep every night, she wakes up in the overnight hours as someone completely different – a gay, adventurous black man named The Bear.
A new initiative called In With The New Out seeks to bring current and aspiring LGBT web series creators together in a series of informative panel discussions, mixed with screenings of some of the most popular and influential LGBT web series
“I was hired by an older English actress who lived in a one room studio in the heart of Hollywood by herself. Her husband was dead, all of her friends were dead, and she had no one. She was a lovely, complicated woman. And she was alone and frightened. I drove her to the market and to do errands and would make sure she had everything she needed and she would pay me what she called ‘mad money.’ And I needed that mad money at the time.”
A comedy from Left Brain Digital about a desperate radio station trying to rescue its ratings when a host suddenly abandons them. Mr. Frost comes to the rescue with his unpredictable humor and conflicting personality.
An action-packed perspective on the unpredictable game of show business full of unexpected twists and turns. Viewers cheer on actor Robert Pierce Mitchell as he desperately tries to revive the show and the role that made him famous. Fasten your seat belts!
Launching today on YouTube, The Accidental President tells the unlikely tale of doctor Abigail Adams meteoric rise to power following the deaths of literally everyone in line ahead of her.