Archive for the ‘Web Series’ Category

Have you heard about the new comedy web series called SIBS from brother and sister co-creators and stars Kimberly Niccole and Bryan Scamman?

The first season of their laugh-out-loud, ridiculous comedy web series follows the misadventures of a maladjusted, but fun-loving brother-sister duo attempting to “adult” and make something of themselves in the vlogging/selfie culture of Los Angeles.

SIBS will be holding a special screening in Los Angeles tomorrow, Sunday, August 27 at The Three Club located at 1123 Vine Street [Los Angeles 90038] from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. The talented siblings will screen the short-film style version of their season finale episodes entitled “Super Secret Canadian Spy Movie” with a Q&A to follow.

Here is the trailer for that special screening:

If you would like to RSVP for the Los Angeles screening of SIBS, go here.

You can also check out SIBS the web series here.

Make sure to follow SIBS at the following and join them, if you can, in Los Angeles tomorrow for their special screening:

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/sibswebseries
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/sibswebseries
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sibswebseries
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sibswebseries

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The new made-for-TV movie Like Cats & Dogs will debut on the Hallmark Channel on April 15 at 9 PM.

Lara (Cassidy Gifford from The Gallows) is a dog lover, while Spencer (Wyatt Nash from Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge) is a cat lover. Spencer and Lara could not be more different. So when Go BnB lands them – and their pets – in the same lake house vacation rental over summer, they will have to figure out a way to get along without killing each other.

Here is a trailer for Like Cats & Dogs.

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The Art of More

On November 19, the new scripted drama The Art of More will debut on Crackle.

The 10-episode series explores the underbelly and surprisingly cutthroat world of premium auction houses filled with hustlers, smugglers, power mongers and collectors of the beautiful and the bizarre. It follows former soldier Graham Connor (Christian Cooke from Magic City and Witches of East End) who gains access to an elite society through his connections with a smuggling ring he encountered during his tour in Iraq.

The cast includes Dennis Quaid, Cary Elwes and Kate Bosworth.

Here is a trailer for The Art of More.

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The Canadian thriller Between will air on Netflix starting today (six one-hour episodes, one episode every week).

This survivalist thriller tells the story of a town under siege from a mysterious disease that has wiped out everybody except those 21-years-old and under, chronicling the power vacuum that results when a government has quarantined a 10-mile diameter area and left the inhabitants to fend for themselves.

The series stars Jennette McCurdy (iCarly and Sam and Cat).

Here is the trailer for Between:

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Lizzie Bennet Book

The following is a verbatim article from the folks at Pemberley Digital, the fictional company run by William Darcy in the successful (and Emmy winning) web series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries regarding the soon to be released The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet, which will be published on July 1, 2014 and available for pre-order via various outlets such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBookstore and more:

A modern adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice based on the Emmy Award-winning phenomenon, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.

There is a great deal that goes into making a video blog. Lizzie Bennet should know, having become a YouTube sensation over the course of her year-long video diary project. The Lizzie Bennet Diaries chronicled Lizzie’s life as a twenty-four-year-old grad student, struggling under a mountain of student loans and living at home with her two sisters—beautiful Jane Bennet and reckless Lydia Bennet. What may have started as her grad student thesis grew into so much more, as the videos came to inform and reflect her life and that of her sisters. When rich, handsome Bing Lee comes to town, along with his stuck-up friend William Darcy, things really start to get interesting for the Bennets—and for Lizzie’s viewers. Suddenly Lizzie—who always considered herself a fairly normal young woman—was a public figure. But not everything happened on-screen. Luckily for us, Lizzie kept a secret diary. The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet provides more character introspection as only a book can, with revelatory details about the Bennet household, including Lizzie’s special relationship with her father, untold stories from Netherfield, Lizzie’s thoughts and fears about life after grad school and becoming an instant web celebrity.

Written by Bernie Su, the series’ executive producer, co-creator, head writer, and director, along with Kate Rorick, the novelist, TV writer, and consulting producer on the series, the novel features a journal-entry format and design, complementing the existing web series, while including plenty of fresh twists to delight fans and new readers alike. The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet expands on the phenomenon that captivated a generation and reimagines the Pride and Prejudice story like it’s never been done before.

To read more about The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet, please go here.

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Lizzie and Darcy

The following comes verbatim from TubeFilter.com about The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet: A Novel, a new companion piece to the wildly popular online web series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries:

It has been almost a year since The Lizzie Bennet Diaries released its final installment, but interest in the vlog-style retelling of Pride and Prejudice is still high. In order to appease the series’ vociferous fans, LBD creator Bernie Su has teamed up with writer Kate Rorick and publisher Touchstone for The Secret Diary Of Lizzie Bennet: A Novel, a companion to the Emmy-winning web series.

The Secret Diary will be released on July 1, 2014, and will feature a journal-style format similar to that of the web series it accompanies. Su and Rorick (who served as a consulting producer on LBD) will use the book as a canvas for revealing more information about Lizzie Bennet and her family. “The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet provides more character introspection as only a book can,” explains the book’s publisher, “with revelatory details about the Bennet household, including Lizzie’s special relationship with her father, untold stories from Netherfield, Lizzie’s thoughts and fears about life after grad school and becoming an instant web celebrity.”

Between new content, new format, and a promise of “fresh twists”, there’s a lot here to make The Secret Diary a must buy for LBD fans. The most exciting part, however, is that this is simply the first of a two-book deal; even after it has been digested, another one will be on its way. It is amazing that a completed web series still receives enough interest to justify two books, but that’s just par for the course for the LBD fandom.

You can see the piece at their site here too.

I don’t know about anyone else, but this is SO going on my “wish list” for this summer!!

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Veronica Mars Movie Poster

hanks to the folks over at Variety, it has been announced that The CW will move forward with a digital spin-off to Veronica Mars.

There aren’t any details on who the spin-off will be centered around or when it will happen, but this is more great news for fans of the critically-acclaimed series that received over 5 million dollars to fund the much-anticipated Veronica Mars box office film that is set to open in theatres on March 14.

The following is verbatim from an article over at E! Television’s Chris Harnick:

Rob Thomas has taken to Twitter to reveal which fan favorite will be at the center of the highly anticipated spinoff: Ryan Hansen aka fan favorite Dick Casablancas!

“The CW web series: a comedy featuring @HiRyanHansen attempting to put together a Dick Casablancas spin-off of #VeronicaMars. No Date yet,” Thomas wrote, before later clarifying it’s “Ryan as (a) version of Ryan trying to put together a Dick Casablancas series.”

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