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Web Series of the Week Poll Results (April 25-May 1, 2015)

Real Mommy Confessions was voted favorite web series of the week.
The results are in from the Indie Series Network's Web Series of the Week (#WSOTW) poll for April 25-May 1, 2015.

Real Mommy Confessions was voted favorite web series for the week. The a new episode of Family Problems was second, followed by the latest from Redheads Anonymous, Raymond & Lane and Young Love.

The acting favorites were Family Problems' John Samela and Wendy Hartman, and the favorite couple/duo was Christina & Alexander from Family Problems.

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

RANKSHOWLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Real Mommy Confessions151
2Family Problems124
3Redheads Anonymous34
4Raymond & Lane-3
5Young Love210
6Karma250
7Ordained60
8The Misselthwaite Archives71
9Submissions Only-0
10Standard Action-0
11Haywire-0
12Quirk Me Over-0
13The Single Life130
14Triangle80
15Roomies110
16From Mansfield With Love240
17Youthful Daze71
18How I Seize It230
19Rivals190
20Real Hollywood200

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







John Samela (Chief Alexander Hudson in Family Problems) was voted Favorite Actor for the second week in a row.

RANKACTORLAST WEEKTOP 3
1John Samela, Family Problems19
2Ethan Slater, Redheads Anonymous-4
3Troy LaPersonerie, Raymond & Lane-4
4Daniel Cibener, Real Mommy Confessions-0
5Matt Cullen, Raymond & Lane-2

Wendy Hartman (Detective Rebecca Ellison in Family Problems) was voted Favorite Actress for the third week in a row.

RANKACTRESSLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Wendy Hartman, Family Problems129
2Elisabeth Ness, Redheads Anonymous-4
3Natasha Hatalsky, Family Problems217
4Larissa Laurel, Real Mommy Confessions-0
5Gayle Wilhite, Raymond & Lane-0

The Favorite Couple/Duo again this week was Christina & Alexander from Family Problems.

RANKCOUPLE/DUOLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Christina & Alexander, Family Problems114
2Amy & Jessica, Redheads Anonymous-2
3Raymond & Lane, Raymond & Lane-7
4Christina & Penelope, Family Problems-0
5Mom & Dad, Real Mommy Confessions-0

Links to last week's indie series below:
- Family Problems Episode 47 "Run"
- From Mansfield With Love No.42 "MUST the show go on?" & No.43 "A Bit More Realistic"
- Haywire Episode 25 "Sacrifice"
- How I Seize It Episode 162 "Sugar"
- Karma Season 2 Episode 20 "All The Things You Do..."
- The Misselthwaite Archives Episodes 19 "Pokémon in Hobbit Holes" & 20 "Rays of Sunshine"
- Ordained Episode 4 "A Girl Called Tuesday"
- Quirk Me Over "The Fourth Show"
- Raymond & Lane Season 2 Episode 8 "The Amazing Race Submission Video"
- Real Hollywood Episode 5 "Tristan Dale is Batman"
- Real Mommy Confessions "I Believe in Fairy Tales"
- Redheads Anonymous Episode 4 "Two Redheads Walk Into a Bar..."
- Rivals Episode 2 "Multiplayer"
- Roomies Episode 12 "Tightie Whities"
- The Single Life Episode 7 "Truth Be Told"
- Standard Action Season 3 Episode 10 "As You Wish"
- Submissions Only Season 3 Episode 7 "Chapter # 2"
- Triangle Episode 20 "Love Bleeds"
- Young Love Episodes 3 "The Busy Bodies" & 4 "The Trio"
- Youthful Daze Season 3 Episode 32 "Time of Your Life"

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