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Web Series of the Week Poll (August 1-7, 2015)


In the last Indie Series Network and Serial Scoop "Web Series of the Week" (#WSOTW) poll, Break a Hip 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, August 12 at 4 p.m. ET (one vote per person per day).

Web series that aired one or more new episodes from August 1-7, 2015 are eligible. If a web series aired this week and is not on the list, cast your vote as "Other" and write in the name of the show.

Watch this week's indie series below:
- 848 Episode 10 "The Attempt"
- Ambience Episode 5 "Back to Reality" (season finale)
- Ask a Cam-Harlot "What is Steampunk & What is the Meaning of Life?"
- Break a Hip Episode 7 "The Visit"
- Carmilla Season 2 Episodes 19 "Dividing Lines" & 20 "Damage Control"
- Classic Alice Episode 71 "Bessy's Troubles at Home"
- DisPossess Episodes 4 & 5
- Flushing "Handball"
- Flying High with Charlie Episode 5 "Threesome"
- From Mansfield With Love No.70 "Old as Balls!" & No.71 "The Birthday Report"
- Gemma and The Bear Episode 3
- How I Seize It Episode 173 "50 Shades of Grey"
- i can't even. Episodes 1-6 (series premiere)
- iLove ver. Black Episode 1 "Are you Happy?" (series premiere)
- The Misselthwaite Archives Episode 36 "Busted"
- Newsroom One Episode 3
- Party Girl Season 2 Chapter VIII "Cornered"
- Powder Burns Episode 3 "Weep For Me"
- Project Heat Episode 8
- Proper Manors Season 3 Episode 2 "Rebuild This City Part II"
- Shades of Bad Episodes 10 & 11
- Shadows Episode 1 (series premiere)
- Smoke and Mirrors Season 2 Episode 4
- Under InspeKtion Episode 5 "Aggravated Assault"
- Weight The Pilot "Back to Reality" (series premiere)
- Youthful Daze Episode 46

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