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Web Series of the Week Poll Results (March 21-27, 2015)

Family Problems was voted favorite web series of the week.
The results are in from the Indie Series Network's Web Series of the Week poll for March 21-27, 2015.

Family Problems was voted favorite web series for the week. The latest from of Raymond & Lane was second, followed by the new episodes of The Mother Load, Hold For Release and Youthful Daze.

The acting favorites were Redheads Anonymous' Ethan Slater and Raymond & Lane's Heather Matarazzo, and the favorite couple/duo was Raymond & Lane from Raymond & Lane.

Check out the complete results below including the Favorite Actor, Actress and Couple/Duo of the Week:

RANKSHOWLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Family Problems-30
2Raymond & Lane33
3The Mother Load41
4Hold For Release51
5Youthful Daze-1
6LARPs: The Series61
7Roomies70
8Triangle-0
9State of Disgrace-0
10Flies on the Wall-0
11Milkshake-0
12One Moment-0
13Web Series130
14This Is Art-0
15Neutral Grounds110
16Stressed at a Desk160
17How I Seize It170
18BoysTown180

Watch the Top 3 series and see the rest of the poll results below:







Tony Ramos Wright (Father Jacob Hamblin in Family Problems) was voted Favorite Actor for the week.

RANKACTORLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Tony Ramos Wright, Family Problems-1
2Matt Cullen, Raymond & Lane42
3John Samela, Family Problems15
4Aaron Strand, Hold For Release-0
5Troy LaPersonerie, Raymond & Lane22

Wendy Hartman (Detective Rebecca Ellison in Family Problems) was voted Favorite Actress of the week.

RANKACTRESSLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Wendy Hartman, Family Problems-25
2Natasha Hatalsky, Family Problems-14
3Lillian Johnson, Hold For Release-1
4Nicole Kemper, The Mother Load50
5Kathryn Shasha, Family Problems-0

The Favorite Couple/Duo for the second week in a row was Raymond & Lane from Raymond & Lane.

RANKCOUPLE/DUOLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Raymond & Lane, Raymond & Lane14
2Christina & Alexander, Family Problems-11
3Rebecca & Father Hamblin, Family Problems-1
4Carrie & Astrid, The Mother Load-0
5Drew & Colin, Youthful Daze-0

Links to last 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"

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