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Sean Lane Drops A Few Hints During His #WebSeriesLove Interview

Creating a web-series might seem like easy work: grab a camera, call some friends and shoot, right? I don’t think so. Making web-series magic is a lot harder than that. Speaking to creators, writers and characters will give different accounts of where the challenges lay, but at the end of the day, the work still needs doing. Even as one of the newer web-series on the block today, It Was Written seems to be holding their own with a captivating story line and an evolving character line up. We recently…

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Vengeance Web Series Creator Talks Working Through Covid-19 Pandemic

We caught up with the CEO of LM productions and creator of the Vengeance web series to talk about working through the Coronavirus pandemic, why creating his show, Series True Thoughts was necessary, and his role in the popular, Foster Sin web series plus more! [Click READ MORE for interview video] View this post on Instagram 🚨 "Q" of LM Productions talks "Vengeance" web series, working with Ray Loot on the set of "Foster Sin" and creating a new animated series during the COVID-19 pandemic. πŸŽ™πŸŽ¬ . @rayloot316 @fostersin_officialpage .…

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Illa Ghee TV Gives Us The Season Finale of ‘NY Minute’ Web Series Despite The CoronaVirus

Despite the COVID-19 hindrances, Illa Ghee and his production team continued to push forward with an extended season finale of the groundbreaking urban web series, A NY Minute. With everyone indoors and surely nothing left to watch on cable or Netflix, this is most definitely one to watch, along with the earlier episodes of NY Minute. Find out what Trav has been up to and why Sinone loves the way that she does. Thank us later.

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The Project Heat Family Keeps Pushing During Hard Times

Losing a loved one can be trying on a family, especially when you’re as close as the Show Up Family was to their brother and actor, Tony Mannsion of the hot, urban web-series, Project Heat. Upon receiving news of Mannsion’s passing, we at STEEL would like to extend our condolences to the Project Heat team and the Show Up Films Family. Despite the loss, Show Up continues to push forward, as Tony would have wished, by continuing to drop new episodes of Project Heat on their website. Click HERE to…

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Creators Continue To Create Despite The CoronaVirus Crisis

Its difficult to maintain a level of creativity for some of us with a distance of 6 feet between everyone being the cardinal advice now in times of this coronavirus crisis. Nevertheless, work is never done for creators and this fortunately gives us time to work on things that may have been in the procrastination folder, like editing and promoting. Some web-series like NY Minute and Foster Sin, to name a few, haven’t missed a beat with dropping new episodes to keep viewers busy. Check out some behind the scenes…

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Streaming Services Scale Back To Free Up Internet Space

Big streaming services like Netflix, Amazon (Prime) and YouTube that offer content to millions of subscribers have surely seen an increase during the coronavirus crisis as self-quarantined viewers are online more than ever. This surge in viewers, however, has placed a strain on other less demanding internet traffic. In turn, content providers have been urged to scale back its quality of videos. So if the movie that you’re watching seems a little choppy, then accept it as doing your part in sharing space on the internet.

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LM Productions Gives Constructive Criticism On Web Series With ‘Series True Thoughts’ Show

LM Productions Drops The 411 On Web Series With Their ‘Series True Thoughts’ Show LM Productions steps out from behind the camera with creating solid web series like Vengeance, to give the word and grade on other buzz worthy web series on the net. Check them out below and every Wednesday on YouTube.

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Show Up Films Takes The Project Heat Series To The Next Level

Show Up Films Takes The Project Heat To The Next Level With Season 4 After 3 seasons of their hit urban series, Project Heat, streaming on YouTube, Show Up Films looks forward to making the next season available on their own website, ShowUpFilms.com . With the screening of episode 1 of season 4, Show Up Films allowed viewers a firsthand look at the episode before it goes public, while Lisa Evers of Street Soldiers was in attendance for Fox5NY.

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