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Sunday, February 8, 2015

Web Series Worth Watching: Kyle David Pierce is PRETTY

Before we get to this week's web series, I want to give a shout-out to some of my favorite shows that recently received nominations from the 6th Annual Indie Series Awards. Presented by We Love Soaps, the awards will take place on April 1 at the historic El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood with host Eric Martsolf (Days of our Lives). Click here for a complete list of nominees.
  • Anacostia for Best Lead Actor - Drama (Anthony Anderson), Best Guest Actor - Drama (Rick Kain), Best Guest Actress - Drama (Martha Byrne), Best Ensemble - Drama and Best Makeup
  • The Bay for Best Lead Actress - Drama (Lilly Melgar), Best Guest Actor - Drama (Charles Shaughnessy), Best Guest Actress - Drama (Patrika Darbo) and Best Makeup
  • Capitol Hill for Best Web Series - Comedy, Best Cinematography, Best Makeup, Best Costume Design and Best Production Design
  • DeVanity for Best Web Series - Drama, Best Writing - Drama, Best Supporting Actor - Drama (Gordon Thomson), Best Guest Actor - Drama (Richard Cutting), Best Guest Actress - Drama (Andrea Evans), Best Cinematography, Best Makeup and Best Production Design
  • Gays for Best Guest Actress - Drama (Lynne Koplitz), Best Production Design and Best Soundtrack
  • Hustling for Best Web Series - Drama, Best Directing - Drama, Best Writing - Drama, Best Lead Actor - Drama (Sebastian La Cause), Best Supporting Actress - Drama (Sharon Washington), Best Supporting Actor - Drama (Andrew Glaszek and Gerald McCullouch), Best Guest Actress - Drama (Mara Davi) and Best Ensemble - Drama
  • Ragged Isle for Best Directing - Drama, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Special/Visual Effects, Best Original Score and Best Soundtrack
  • Thurston for Best Web Series - Drama, Best Directing - Drama, Best Writing - Drama, Best Lead Actress - Drama (Colleen Zenk), Best Supporting Actress - Drama (Susannah Wells), Best Supporting Actor - Drama (Garrett Brennan), Best Guest Actor - Drama (Walt Willey), Best Ensemble - Drama, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design and Best Production Design
  • Wallflowers for Best Web Series - Comedy, Best Writing - Comedy, Best Supporting Actor - Comedy (Gibson Frazier), Best Supporting Actress - Comedy (Susan Louise O'Connor), Best Guest Actor - Comedy (Robert Bogue and John Halbach) and Best Soundtrack
  • Where the Bears Are for Best Guest Actor - Comedy (Tuc Watkins) and Best Ensemble - Comedy
Web Series of the Week: PRETTY
This hilarious mockumentary about children's beauty pageants adds some handsome beefcake to its fourth season with guest star Kyle David Pierce, who previously appeared in the horror web series, THE INN. I look forward to seeing what happens next with his mysterious character. Also, I am loving creator Steve Silverman's time jump of 30 years, which has given PRETTY a successful facelift while still maintaining its outrageous sense of humor. And his insanely talented cast continue to make me laugh out loud - especially Stacy McQueen (Annette), Dee Freeman (Ribina), Michael Caruso (Shay), Diane Delano (Gladys) and Melissa Peterman (Candy).

To catch up on PRETTY, go to You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter. And Mr. Pierce's photo is by Cathryn Farnsworth.

PLEASE NOTE: The next Web Series Worth Watching will be on Sunday, February 22.

Other web series worth watching this week are:

The Horizon
The fifth season of this Australian gay drama continues as AJ meets Ritchie Valentine, a visiting singer from America (played by Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's Jai Rodriguez). Click here to watch the latest episode at To catch up on the first four seasons, go to You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.

Old Dogs & New Tricks
Has Nathan given up on love? Does Muscles return from Ohio? Can Brad get the TV gig? And who will Ross choose - if he survives his heart attack? These burning questions will be answered in a 4th and final season of ODNT, which you can help make happen by donating to their current IndieGoGo campaign (click here). Also, check out the amusing video below to see how different the series would be without the support of its viewers.

To catch up on ODNT, go to You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.

Steam Room Stories
The latest episode of this sexy sketch comedy asks the age-old question - are you a top or a bottom? For more Steam Room Stories, go to You can also follow the series on Facebook and Twitter.

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