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TONIGHT! 7th Annual Indie Series Awards, Hosted by Jen Lilley & Eric Martsolf


It's finally here! Tonight is the 7th Annual Indie Series Awards, hosted by Jen Lilley and Eric Martsolf. You can watch the live stream of the red carpet at 6 p.m. PT, followed by the ceremony at 8 p.m. PT, exclusively on AfterBuzz TV.

Watch the red carpet stream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92VpLBBL66c

Watch the ceremony here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WoDSrdTyTw

The Presenters for the Indie Series Awards include:
* Kristos Andrews (The Southside, The Bay)
* Ben Baur (Hunting Season, These People)
* Tia Dae (Anacostia)
* Crista Flanagan (Club 5150)
* Kathleen Gati (Winterthorne)
* Martha Madison (Winterthorne)
* Jill Knox (Keith Broke His Leg)
* Keith Powell (Keith Broke His Leg, These People)
* Darcie Siciliano (He's With Me)
* Karrueche Tran (The Bay)
* Kevin Spirtas (Winterthorne)
* Ian Verdun (Life's a Drag)
* Melissa Archer (Viral)
* Daniel Betances (BLACK)
* Jillian Clare (Acting Dead)
* Claire Downs (These People)
* Melissa Claire Egan (Misguided)
* Mary Beth Evans (The Bay)
* Jeremy Glazer (These People)
* Ryan Gowland (F'd)
* Carolyn Hennesy (These People)
* Zac Hug (These People)
* Sebastian La Cause (He's With Me, Life's a Drag)
* Erika Robel (Fully Engaged)
* Tristan Rogers (The Bay)
* Marc Sinoway (Hunting Season)
* Kit Williamson (EastSiders)
* Colleen Zenk (Thurston)
* Cady Huffman (He's With Me)

The ceremony will also feature musical performances from Colleen Zenk, Jeffrey Christopher Todd, Jillian Claire, Ron Hanks, Elisabeth Ness, Kevin Sebastian, Benjamin Scott Holst and Patrika Darbo.

Please follow these Offial ISA7 Persiscopers for videos during the red carpet, ceremony and after party:

* Indie Series Awards - @ISAwards
* AfterBuzz TV's Ashley Daniels- @AshleyDaniels
* Marc Sinoway - @marcsinoway
* Lilly Melgar - @lillymelgar
* Martha Madison - @marthamadison

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