We’ve felt this way for so long, but we’ve never known quite how to say it. The words just never can come right! But now that it’s almost Valentine’s Day, you must allow us to tell you how ardently and…
Oh, we cannot make speeches. We’ll just let our characters do the talking.
Wishing everyone a very Happy Valentine’s Day weekend!
There are only 12 days left until the premiere of our webseries adapatation of Little Women, the March Family Letters, which means… we’re launching our 12 Days of GIFmas! 12 days, and 12 preview GIFs of our first season! It’s our GIF to you ;) #12DaysofGIFmas
This happened when I decided to count up the numberof webseries I’ve watched which has turned out to be a LOT. Some of them I’ve liked more than others but every one is unique in its own way. Many use transmedia as a secondary way to tell a story and others have used the vlog-style formatto show their interpretation of a classic novel whilst some have created a
television quality series. Every one of them is worth watching! There are so many I haven’t had the chance to see yet but here’s my list of every
webseries I’ve watched so far:
We are excited to announce that the March Family Letters and Pemberley Digital have teamed up and starting with tomorrow’s launch all regular series episodes will be airing via the Pemberley Digital Channel.
Pemberly Digital has released the first episode of The March Family Letters web series.
Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women is the next literary classic to be reinterpreted for the digital age. Originally produced by Cherrydale Productions, The March Family Letters will now air on the Pemberly Digital YouTube channel.
The first episode of The March Family Letters, titled “Dear Marmee,” was released today and sets up the conceit of the adaptation.