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Web Series of the Week Poll Results (July 18-24, 2015)

Proper Manors 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 18-24, 2015.

Proper Manors was voted favorite web series for week. The latest from Shades of Bad was second, followed by new episodes of Break a Hip, Under InspeKtion and Smoke and Mirrors.

The acting favorites were Proper Manors' Jon Muench and Anne Sward, and the favorite couple/duo was Alessandro and Blanche from Proper Manors.

Check out the complete results below:

RANKSHOWLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Proper Manors-27
2Shades of Bad91
3Break a Hip33
4Under InspeKtion60
5Smoke and Mirrors-0
6Classic Alice100
7Carmilla130
8The Misselthwaite Archives81
9Flying High with Charlie-0
10Talking Marriage with Ryan Bailey-1
11Project Heat-0
12DisPossess-0
13Ambience150
14How I Seize It170
15Social Theory-0
16From Mansfield With Love190
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Watch the Top 3 series and see the rest of the poll results below:







Jon Muench (Mayor Clancey Mahue in Proper Manors) was voted Favorite Actor for the week.

RANKACTORLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Jon Muench, Proper Manors-1
2Britt Hennemuth, Break a Hip41
3Walter Platz, Proper Manors-2
4Artemus Jenkins, Smoke and Mirrors-0
5Pressly Coker, Break a Hip-0

Anne Sward (Blanche Crawford Sorrento in Proper Manors) was voted Favorite Actress for the week.

RANKACTRESSLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Anne Sward, Proper Manors-7
2Christina Pickles, Break a Hip32
3Jean Heard, Shades of Bad-1
4Lynn Beaumont, Shades of Bad-0
5Anna-Laurie Rives, Break a Hip-0

The Favorite Couple/Duo for the week was Alessandro and Blanche from Proper Manors.

RANKCOUPLE/DUOLAST WEEKTOP 3
1Alessandro & Blanche, Proper Manors-1
2Wincy & Biz, Break a Hip51
3Doris & Wilma, Shades of Bad-1
4Laura & Carmilla, Carmilla-0
5Charlie & Tiffany, Flying High with Charlie-0

Links to last week's indie series below:
- 848 Episode 8 "Bodymore Murdaland"
- Ambience Episodes 3 "Control" & 4 "Gone Too Far"
- Break a Hip Episode 5 "The Dinner"
- Carmilla Season 2 Episodes 15 "No Heroics" & 16 "Old Habits"
- Classic Alice Episodes 67 "Hand and Heart" & 68 "Confessional: Alice"
- DisPossess Episode 2
- Flying High with Charlie Episodes 2 "Mile High Dating" & 3 "First Date"
- From Mansfield With Love No.66 "Where There's a Wills" & No.67 "Life Experiences"
- How I Seize It Episode 171 "Trophy Hunters"
- The Misselthwaite Archives Episodes 33 "Intervention" & 34 "Indiana Janes"
- Project Heat Episode 7
- Proper Manors Season 3 Episode 1 "Rebuilt This City Part I" (season premiere)
- Shades of Bad Episode 8
- Smoke and Mirrors Season 2 Episode 2
- Social Theory Season 2 Episode 6 (season finale)
- Talking Marriage with Ryan Bailey Season 3 Episode 8 "The Invisible Man"
- Under InspeKtion Episode 4 "Fraud"

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