Saturday, July 13, 2013

READER POLL: Indie Series of the Week (July 7-13, 2013)

THE ROMANTICS won our indie poll last week but which web series was your favorite this week? Support your favorite show by voting in the We Love Soaps Indie Series of the Week poll below. You can also cast a vote for your favorite actor, actress and web series couple. Voting ends Tuesday at 9 a.m. ET. Scroll down and click "Done" to cast your vote.

Web series that aired one or more new episodes from July 7-13, 2013 are eligible. If an indie soap aired this week and is not on the list, cast your vote as "Other" and add a note in the Comments section below.

Watch this week's indie soaps below:
- ALL IN A DAY'S WORK Episode 1 (series premiere)
- BLOOMERS Season 2 Episode 10 "Mum's The Word"
- ESCAPING SINGLE Episode 5 "What's Your Name Again?"
- EVOLVE Episode 3 "Forced"
- HE'S WITH ME Episode 2 "Take Me Out"
- IN TRANSITION Episode 2 "Rollin' In Da Beef"
- LIPS Season 2 Episode 3
- MANCHESTER HIGH Episode 2 "The In Crowd"
- RECKLESS Episodes 1-3 (series premiere)
- RUGGED ROCK Episode 3
- SECRETS Episode 39
- SISTAS Episode 1 (series premiere)
- WHERE THE BEARS ARE Season 2 Episodes 9 "Closet Bear" & 10 "Bear Movie Night"

- DATING IN THE MIDDLE AGES Returns July 30th, Deidre Hall & Matthew Ashford Join The Cast
- EXCLUSIVE: Colleen Zenk Traverses Stage and Screen in Two New Roles
- ISA4: Michael Caruso Wins Best Writing (Drama)
- ISA4: Brad Bell Wins Best Actor (Comedy)
- INTERVIEW: Steve Silverman Previews The Hot as Hell Web Series Festival


  1. Recklessis brilliant, relevant with great acting

  2. Where The Are Bears is bloody brilliant, get involved.

    Reckless is very dynamic with what could be a wonderful use of character twists and plots developing as the series continues, dialogue could be tighter within the editing, helped by a cheeky bit more pace. Colourfully young, ready to captivate a similar audience, touching on subject that are relevant generational. Connecting and personal touch for the viewing with the actor introductions.Super fun, very warm and definitely has longevity.

    Sistas has great dialogue, over acted in some parts, terrible camera shots, strong relevent writing, emphasis on its strong dialogue.

    All in a days work didn't need the accents.

    Great work from some young, talent and enthusiastic people.