It’s finally here!!! Check out the first episode of “Charlotte’s Web Series” and welcome to the world of Willa and her roommates!

Comment on the video what you liked OR what you are looking forward to seeing in this adaption and we will follow your blog!!

Do you have an issue with a friend you need advice on? A teacher or prof that you don't know how to handle? Are you at the point of desperation with your crush that you're willing to reach out for supernatural help? Then you can #askCharlie! Send us your qs and have them answered by your resident guardian angel! 

Use the hashtag #askCharlie on Tumblr, Twitter or Instagram or send us an ask and we'll make sure to get this sarcastic asshole to put at least some of her powers to use!

This captivating (and captioned) new web series is about Deaf people– written by Deaf, directed by Deaf, and played by Deaf. The main character is an ASL interpreter – but while he’s hearing, his signing is very very nice. I cracked up watching this– especially with the VERY TRUE Jehovah’s Witness comments in this!

They don’t have the money to continue producing their show, so if you liked the first episode, consider donating to their IndieGoGo here.

Lindsay Ellis

Lindsay Ellis is a writer and also hosts the interactive webseries Loose Canon, which traces the evolution of different iteration of the same character over the years, and Booze Your Own Adventure, where she and co-conspirator Nella read and review science fiction, fantasy and YA as well as crowdsource a wonderful, terrible YA Paranormal romance series featuring Cthulhu. She also tweets about Pokémon, Tom Hardy and Transformers a lot. Look for the continuation to the Viridian Saga soon!

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Web Series to Watch Until TV Comes Back | Geek and Sundry
Summer is a barren land for many of our favorite TV shows as they take a well-deserved break and start working on the next season. In the meantime for us viewers, we feel starved for amazing content to keep us entertained (and inside) during these steamy summer months. But there's actually still plenty of new content out there on the internet. In fact, we've rounded up a few web series to help fill those extra hours as you wait out the premiere dates for new and returning TV shows in the fall. Carmilla Based on a Gothic novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, Carmilla is one of the most popular web series on YouTube. The series follows Laura as she starts at a new university, only to have her new roommate disappear inexplicably, replaced by the mysterious Carmilla. I don't want to spoil anything, but when she arrives on the scene, strange things start happening with this girl. The show is funny with elements of mystery and drama mixed in, guaranteeing you'll be addicted before you know
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Update: More added. 

Please note, I only put the ones I seen already, I still got more to add. The links will take you to their playlists on YouTube. 

Originals + Specific for the Gay Ladies 

Last Life series


Producing Juliet

Kelsey, the web series

Anyone But Me Season 1, Season 2, Season 3

Easy Abby

Starting From Now Season 1, Season 2 

Til Lease Do Us Part


Jane Austen’s Emma

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice  - Spin off 1, Spin off 2, Spin off 3, Spin off 4

Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women (Queer characters) + Second One - non related to the first 

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein 

Jane Austen’s Sanditon manuscript

J. Sheridan LeFanu’s Carmilla - Season 1, Season 2 (Queer Characters)

Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables +Second one - non related to the first + completed 

All’s Fair Play - Inspired by Shakespeare but original 

Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park

J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan

Shakespeare’s Nothing Much To Do + its sequel Love’s Labour’s Lost. (Queer Characters)

Not a literacy series but uses books - Classic Alice + A spin off (featuring lesbians

Kim Williams’s 40 Hours and an Unwritten Rule: The Diary of a Nigger, Negro, Colored, Black, African-American Woman

Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility


Shakespeare’s Othello (Queer Characters)

Charlotte Bonte’s Jane Eyre (Queer character)

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet 

Game of Thrones (Based on the show)

Based on the Night School books (Is 100% certain it has lesbian characters)

Uses Jane Austen characters


MsLabelled (Queer characters)

Long Story Short


i love lucy & bekka

Young Badlands

Ask a Slave  Season 1, Season 2



SERIES: Hard Times

Airlock: The Series (Not out yet)

Blair Goddess Project (Uses the Greek gods)

W/ new episodes every Monday & Friday.

You guys might have guessed this because of the scheduling of our screening, but we’re premiering tomorrow with FOUR EPISODES! Then, it’s two a week - one every Monday & Friday - until the end of our 20-episode “Act One” run.

Worried that the screening isn’t worth your time? Don’t be! We’re dropping four episodes online tomorrow, but remember - we’re showing six at the screening. So if you want to be among the first to watch next week’s episodes, make sure you hit the screening!

If you want to connect with us, check us out on Facebook or Twitter. And of course, right here on Tumblr. And remember the hashtag: #Santiago.


  • July 31, 2015: 1x01, “I Am Not What I Am”, 1x02, “Foul Thief”, 1x03, “Coming Out 2k15″, 1x04, “A Lust of the Blood”
  • August 3, 2015: 1x05, “We Cannot All Be Masters”
  • August 7, 2015: 1x06, “But My Revenge Will Come”
  • August 10, 2015: 1x07, “That I Did Love the Moor”
  • August 14, 2015: 1x08, “Drown Thyself”
  • August 17, 2015: 1x09, “Sweet, Not Lasting”
  • August 21, 2015: 1x10, “That But Seem to Be So”
Publish Your Stuff Interview: Emily Rose, on Producing and Writing a Webseries

Emily Rose produced and wrote Elinor and Marianne Take Barton, a web series inspired by Jane Austen’s classic romance Sense and Sensibility. The programme follows idealistic Marianne Dashwood, who documents her first year at university through a video diary. She plans to make friends for life and have an epic, grand romance, but (as you might expect), things don’t go quite according to plan. The series currently has over 97,000 hits on YouTube and can be viewed at Elinor and Marianne Take Barton on YouTube.

When she’s not making films, Emily enjoys blogging about books and period dramas at her website.


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And that’s a wrap for this weekend!

If you all don’t know - my name is Sierra Isley, I’m fifteen years old and I’m a filmmaker! I’ve often been told that I’m too young to be successful etc and I’ve spent the last few years trying to prove to everyone that kids can be just as successful as adults - no matter what. 

Vacancy is a webseries that I filmed this weekend - directed by me and produced by my friend Sydney and I. The show is written and produced by real teenagers. Inspired by shows like Skins UK, Teen Wolf and American Horror Story. 

The thing is, in order to keep the show going, we need all of your support. (no point in producing something that never gets seen, right?) So, if you’re interested in seeing some episodes, please check out and share our Instagram, Facebook, and Vimeo! And you can see more about me on my instagram or my blog. (Behind the scenes photos taken by Siena Elliot)