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Web Series of the Week Poll Results (July 11-17, 2015)

Chocolate City 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 July 11-17, 2015.

Chocolate City was voted favorite web series for its first season finale. The latest from Entangled with You was second, followed by new episodes of Break a Hip, Raymond & Lane and Double Agents.

The acting favorites were Chocolate City's Tremayne Norris and Landra V. Phillips, and the favorite couple/duo was Matthew & Fatima from Chocolate City.

Check out the complete results below:

RANKSHOWLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Chocolate City-6
2Entangled with You-2
3Break a Hip32
4Raymond & Lane65
5Double Agents-0
6Under InspeKtion40
7The Jolly Rogers Case70
8The Misselthwaite Archives111
9Shades of Bad160
10Classic Alice180
11Cupid-0
12Youthful Daze141
13Carmilla130
14The Realm-0
15Youthful Daze121
16Sixteen Unsweetened-0
17How I Seize It-0
18The Karate Brothers-2
19From Mansfield With Love190
20848200

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

Watch Chocolate City here.





Tremayne Norris (Matthew Solomon in Chocolate City) was voted Favorite Actor for the week.

RANKACTORLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Tremayne Norris, Chocolate City-4
2Troy LaPersonerie, Raymond & Lane310
3Al Thompson, Entangled with You-2
4Britt Hennemuth, Break a Hip50
5Bryan Civitarese, The Jolly Rogers Case Files-0

Landra V. Phillips (Fatima Brown in Chocolate City) was voted Favorite Actress for the week.

RANKACTRESSLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Landra V. Phillips, Chocolate City-2
2Erika Harper-Townes, Chocolate City-1
3Christina Pickles, Break a Hip-1
4Kathryn Taylor Smith, Entangled with You-0
5Chantelle Storm, Double Agents-0

The Favorite Couple/Duo for the week was Matthew & Fatima from Chocolate City.

RANKCOUPLE/DUOLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Matthew & Fatima, Chocolate City-4
2Raymond & Lane, Raymond & Lane313
3Brock & Cori, Double Agents-4
4Jaliyah & Rocky, Entangled with You-0
5Wincy & Biz, Break a Hip40

Links to last week's indie series below:
- 848 Episode 7 "Redemption"
- Ambience Episode 2 "Dont Forget"
- Break a Hip Episode 4 "The Errand"
- Carmilla Season 2 Episodes 13 "Emergency Procedures" & 14 "Sous Les Paves"
- Chocolate City Episode 5 "Signed, Sealed, Delivered..." (season finale)
- Classic Alice Episodes 65 "North and South" & 66 "Confessional: Alesha"
- Cupid Episode 6 "London's Calling"
- Double Agents Episode 006 1/2 "In Her Majesty's Secret Shower"
- Entangled with You Episode 14 "Guess Who's Staying for Breakfast"
- From Mansfield With Love No.64 "A Surprise" & No.65 "Hello Future Will"
- How I Seize It Episode 170 "Fox News"
- The Jolly Rogers Case Files Episode 12 "PU Audition" (season finale)
- The Karate Brothers Episode 3 "Blood on the Rice" (season finale)
- The Misselthwaite Archives Episodes 31 "Inside Kids" & 32 "Reconciliation"
- Raymond & Lane Season 2 Episode 14 "Best Friends Fight Over Missing Hair"
- The Realm Path 3 "Sketches"
- Shades of Bad Episode 7
- Sixteen Unsweetened Episode 7 "Big Brother"
- Under InspeKtion Episode 3 "Copyright Infringement"
- Youthful Daze Episode 44

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