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Web Series of the Week Poll Results (June 6-12, 2015)

Family Problems was voted favorite web series of the week.
The results are in from the Indie Series Network and Serial Scoop "Web Series of the Week" (#WSOTW) poll for June 6-12, 2015.

Family Problems was voted favorite web series for the week. Or So the Story Goes: Happy Thoughts was second, followed by new episodes of New Mayor of New York and Raymond & Lane, and the series premiere of Crave.

The acting favorites were Troy LaPersonerie from Raymond & Lane and Family Problems' Wendy Hartman, and the favorite couple/duo was Christina & Alexander from Family Problems.

Check out the complete results below:

RANKSHOWLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Family Problems228
2Or So the Story Goes: Happy Thoughts43
3New Mayor of New York141
4Raymond & Lane-4
5Crave-0
6Preflight Launch-0
7From Mansfield With Love70
8Out With Dad-14
9Aloha Undertakers80
10Dating Dummy100
11Classic Alice-0
12Transitions-0
1384890
14Youthful Daze-1
15Real Hollywood150
16Rivals160

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







Troy LaPersonerie (Raymond in Raymond & Lane) was voted Favorite Actor for the week.

RANKACTORLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Troy LaPersonerie, Raymond & Lane-6
2Noah Dunton, OSTSG: Happy Thoughts34
3Tony Ramos Wright, Family Problems-3
4John Samela, Family Problems212
5Jeremy Behrens, Crave-0

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

RANKACTRESSLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Wendy Hartman, Family Problems-32
2Natasha Hatalsky, Family Problems121
3Abigail Friend, OSTSG: Happy Thoughts-1
4Melissa Malone, OSTSG: Happy Thoughts33
5Aneesh Sheth, Crave-0

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

RANKCOUPLE/DUOLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Christina & Alexander, Family Problems118
2Raymond & Lane, Raymond & Lane-9
3Wendy & Michelle, OSTSG: Happy Thoughts-1
4Peter and Jane, OSTSG: Happy Thoughts-0
5Maggie & Bobbi, Crave-0

Links to last week's indie series below:
- 848 Episode 2 "Prince and Dre"
- Aloha Undertakers Episode 4 "An Untimely Absence"
- Classic Alice Episode 55 "Paradise (to be) Regained"
- Crave Episode 1 "Surprise!" (series premiere)
- Dating Dummy Episode 2
- Family Problems Episode 51 "Hate"
- From Mansfield With Love No.54 "The Weary Traveller Returns" & No.55 "The Loneliest Number"
- New Mayor of New York Episode 4 "Horticulture"
- Or So the Story Goes: Happy Thoughts Episode 7 "Two Sides of One Coin" (season finale)
- Out With Dad Season 4 Episode 2 "Reconnecting with Alicia"
- Preflight Launch Episode 12 "The Healing Place"
- Raymond & Lane Season 2 Episode 10 "Guns N' Daffodils"
- Real Hollywood Episode 11 "Asians Actin Black"
- Rivals Episode 8 "Tutorial"
- Transitions Episode 5 "Trick Bag"
- Youthful Daze Season 3 Episode 38

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