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POLL: Web Series of the Week (March 21-27, 2015)


In the last Indie Series Network "Web Series of the Week" poll, Redheads Anonymous was voted favorite indie series for the week. It's now time to catch up on all the new episodes and vote for your favorite series in this week's poll.

You can also cast a vote for your favorite actor, actress and web series couple/duo. Voting ends Tuesday, March 31 at 4 p.m. ET (one vote per person per day).



Web series that aired one or more new episodes from March 21-27, 2015 are eligible. If an indie series aired this week and is not on the list, cast your vote as "Other" and write in your choice.

Watch this week's indie series below:
- BoysTown Season 2 Episode 1 (season premiere)
- Family Problems Episode 42 (season premiere)
- Flies on the Wall Episode 1 (series premiere)
- Hold For Release Episode 7 "Sunroom" (season finale)
- How I Seize It Episode 157 "19 Kids & Counting"
- LARPs: The Series Episode 10 "Broken"
- Milkshake Episode 7 "Everyone Loses"
- The Mother Load Episode 6 "Uptight"
- Neutral Grounds Season 2 Episode 3
- One Moment Episode 4
- Raymond & Lane Season 2 Episode 5 "Drug Dealing for Dummies"
- Roomies Episode 7 "Destroy To Create (Part 2)"
- State of Disgrace Episode 3
- Stressed at a Desk "Would Redbox Solve Illegal Immigration?"
- This Is Art Episode 7 "An Actor Prepares"
- Trianlge Episode 17 "Soulless Devil"
- Web Series Episode 2 "The Crew"
- Youthful Daze Season 3 Episode 26 "Hello and Goodbye"

6th Annual Indie Series Awards (#ISA6):
* The nominees were revealed on February 4. This year's ceremony is returning to the historic El Portal Theatre on Wednesday, April 1, hosted by Days of our Lives Emmy winner Eric Martsolf.

* Tickets are on sale through the El Portal Theatre box office (call 818.508.4200 or 866-811-4111 to avoid the online service charge).

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