Webisodes for season two Atlanta produced series "Becky and Berry" starting dropping on Thursdays in October, with episode 203 going live sometime today.
Here's 201, which is actually called season 2, episode 3:
The series — the brainchild of co-creator, executive producer, co-writers Brooke Jaye Taylor and Matt Corwell — is a behind-the-scenes look into the sometimes mundane, often frustrating, and occasionally tumultuous daily lives of actors as they go out on auditions and callbacks, attend workshops, deal with agents, etc.
Houghton Talent's Mystie Buice represents the leads, and describes it as “a ringside seat to the industry, and all the lovable and maddening things in it.”
It's a little bit Guffman, a little bit "Extras" with a taste of "Episodes" but for the Web.
Meanwhile, Slate asks the vital question about über-hyped Web series "Cybergeddon":
"This is the most expensive web series of all time—why isn't it going viral?"
Last week, Cybergeddon, a nine-part cybercrime webseries from CSI creator Anthony E. Zuiker, debuted on Yahoo Screen. The release was particularly timely: The show is about an FBI agent (played by Stick It star Missy Peregrym) who is framed for an epic series of zero-day virus wreckage that, among other disasters, wipes clean the records of a Hong Kong bank. That same week, a group of hackers launch real-life cyber attacks on six major U.S. banks.
At $6 million, Cybergeddon is the most expensive Web series of all time, topping the roughly $2 million spent on Tom Hanks’ Electric City. It comes in 10 different languages and has been released in 25 countries, giving it a wide reach—Zuiker says they hoped to score 20 million hits.
That’s pretty ambitious for a Web series. One hundred million Americans watch videos online at least once a day, but big Web series have yet to really click with audiences, despite heavy investment: This summer, for instance, Hulu pushed 10 new Web-only series and invested $500 million in original content.
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