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Web Series of the Week Poll (May 9-15, 2015)


In the last Indie Series Network and Serial Scoop "Web Series of the Week" (#WSOTW) poll, Family Problems was voted favorite indie series for the week. It's now time to catch up on latest 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 Wednesday, May 20 at 4 p.m. ET (one vote per person per day).



Web series that aired one or more new episodes from May 9-15, 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:
- From Mansfield With Love No.46 "Lover's Vows" & No.47 "The Wisdom of Rory Rushworth"
- How I Seize It Episode 164 "Viral Challenges"
- Hunting Season Season 2 Episode 2
- The Misselthwaite Archives Episodes 23 "I Got a Fevah (and the Only Prescription is Less Callie)" & 24 "Explosion"
- Or So the Story Goes: Happy Thoughts Episode 3 "Tick Tock"
- Ordained Episode 6 "The Wedding"
- Out With Dad Season 4 Episode 1 "Drinks with Dad"
- Quirk Me Over "The Fifth Show"
- Real Hollywood Episode 7 "Perfectly Average Size"
- Real Mommy Confessions "I Hide Things"
- Redheads Anonymous Episode 5 "Ginger Ninjas"
- Rivals Episode 4 "Bio and Vitals"
- The Single Life Episode 10 "Bombs Dropping Everywhere" (season finale)
- Standard Action Season 3 Episode 11 "Reset"
- Straight Guy / High Guy Season 3 Episode 4 (series finale)
- Town Car Willie Episode 4 "The Herd"
- Troy's Big Break Episode 8 "For a Change, Part 2"
- Whole Day Down Season 2 Episode 3 "Star Trek Into Artness"
- Young Love Episodes 7 "The Thespians" & 8 "The Traumatised"
- Youthful Daze Season 3 Episode 34 "Uprising"
- Ze Said, She Said Episode 1 "We're Engaged!" (series premiere)

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