8 Great Web Series You Should Be Watching Right NOW
With the rising demand for entertainment, the joy could not only be sufficed to film and TV shows.
Thank you, Glory Internet and your lovely invention referred to as”Web Series.”
In the past couple (but exceptional) decades, the internet series has come a long way. You’ve critically acclaimed show online; you’ve got stars making an appearance - all of which have successfully raised awareness, extreme keen and pleasure amongst the mass.
WEB SERIES FESTIVAL GLOBAL are a few incredible online webisodes capturing the hearts of many and giving the voice to everybody. The following are the 8 best of them. (Disagree? Please feel free to tell us why?)
S.O.S: Save Our Closest
Starring and written by the team supporting British TV staples (Smack the Pony and The I.T Crowd), the show follows two British nerds, Stephen and Ben played by Chris Haywood and Nat Saunders respectively who are enthusiastic about their New York convention. After they arrive at town , they wake up to discover just to discover they are the only two people left on Earth. The show boasts of comedy, sci-fi not to mention terror. With just 13 episodes it’s gained a respectable variety of audiences and took home the award for the Best British Series at Raindance Web Fest last year.
Video Game High School
C’mon, we’d be causing major heartbreak if we didn’t mention this epic action comedy webseries. The idea is put in the future and tells us the experience of the protagonist, a gamer, Brian Doheny (Josh Playlock) at VGHS, an elite facility that’s devoted to teach a curriculum of video games, just video games. Can we hear you go Woaahhhh!? The series is produced by Freddie Wong’s RocketJump Studios.
How’s this for a premise? A man is going through a bad break, the situation is much worse , and also a creepy, globular green and murderous friend, Mark appears (those dance devil on the shoulder kind ) and whispers sweet perversion into the former’s ears. While Kevin makes moves ex girlfriend’s roommate, his so called acting advice eggs him on with ominous commentary. Too intense? Creepy? Exciting? However you feel about this psychological thriller, it’s garnered a maximum majority of dread lovers
F to 7th
The mind behind this critically acclaimed show, Ingrid Jungermann is a known face in the entertainment industry with her energetic first attempt’The Slope.’ Jungermann writes, directs and stars in this critically acclaimed show that explores the life span of a homosexual woman fighting to find her identity in the modern world. The show portrays the insecurities of a middle aged lesbian in a compelling yet humorous manner. With popular names such as Kristen Connolly (House of Cards) as guest stars and financed by the Spike Lee Production Award, we may safely assume that the next season will probably be up round the middle of the year.