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Web Series of the Week Poll Results (October 31-November 6, 2015)

Chancers 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 October 31-November 6, 2015.

Chancers was voted favorite web series of the week for its series premiere. The return of Family Problems finished second, followed by new episodes of Sensitive, Nature Show and Match Not Found.

The acting favorites were Chancers' Stacey Gough and Family Problems' Wendy Hartman, and the favorite couple/duo was Roy & Lexi from Chancers.

Check out the complete results below:

2Family Problems-33
4Nature Show-0
5Match Not Found61
6Miles + Cal-0
7In Retrospect50
9About Us180
10Shades of Bad75
11Capitol Hill-0
13Classic Alice140
14Anyone But Me130
15The Realm-0
16Jill & Jack160
17How I Seize It170
18Remainder One200
20From Mansfield With Love190
22The Molding Maverick Mason210

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

Stacey Gough (Roy in Chancers was voted Favorite Actor for the week.

1Stacey Gough, Chancers-1
2J.P. Valenti, Family Problems-1
3Jarrod Anderson, Nature Show-1
4Cory Stonebrook, Sensitive31
5Frank Leone, In Retrospect50

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

1Wendy Hartman, Family Problems-37
2Kate Leiper, Chancers-1
3Katie Sheridan, Match Not Found53
4Stephanie Sherry, Sensitive-0
5Alaina Gianci, Family Problems-0

The Favorite Couple/Duo for the week was Lexi & Roy from Chancers.

Lexi & Roy, Chancers
2Dina & Markus, Family Problems-1
3Jarrod & Andy, Nature Show-1
4Dennis & Rita, In Retrospect40
5Cory & Julia, Sensitive-0

Links to last week's indie series below:
- About Us Season 2 Episode 6 "Where From Here?"
- Anyone But Me "Lost Scenes, Part 10"
- Brooding "The Interrogation"
- Capitol Hill Episode 11 (season premiere)
- Cantabridgia Episode 2 "Hyperventilation Happens"
- Carmilla Season Zero Episodes 5 "The Missing... Link" & 6 "Suspicious Minds"
- Chancers Episode 1 (series premiere)
- Classic Alice Episodes 97 "Count That Day Lost" & 98 "Confessional: Nathan"
- Family Problems Episodes 56 "Down" (season premiere) & 57 "Up"
- From Mansfield With Love No.96 "Onwards and Upwards" & No.97 "Crumbling"
- How I Seize It Episode 189 "Karma"
- In Retrospect Episode 4 "The Beach"
- Jill & Jack Episode 16 "Jill and Jack do James Bond"
- LARPs Season 2 Episode 5 "Crossover"
- Match Not Found Episode 5 "The Right Move."
- Miles + Cal Season 2 Episode 4
- The Molding Maverick Mason Episode 10 (series finale)
- MsLabelled Season 2 Episodes 9 "How To Ask for Help Without Getting Hugged" & 10 "How Not To Save The Day"
- Nature Show Season 2 Episode 1 "A Nature Show within a Nature Show" (season premiere)
- The Realm Path 10 "Memories of Myself"
- Remainder One Episode 17 "Drama, Drama, Drama"
- Sensitive Episode 3 "When Sisters Knock"
- Sessions Season 2 Episode 5 "Appreciation List"
- Shades of Bad Episode 24
- Triangle Season 2 Episodes 2 "Haunted Past" & 3 "Shady Breakups"


Submissions Open for 7th Annual Indie Series Awards
Submissions are now open for the 7th Annual Indie Series Awards (#ISA7). The Indie Series Network is once again the charity sponsor for the annual awards show that honors the best in independently produced scripted entertainment for the Web.

The regular entry periods ends on November 30, 2015.

The 7th Annual ISAs ceremony will be held on Wednesday, April 6, 2016, at the historic El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood, with the annual nominee pre-party the night before. Jen Lilley and Emmy winner Eric Martsolf will host.

Click here to submit your web series for ISA7.


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