Welcome to the TCC Archive of Webseries. It’s not a perfect list, nor is it the most comprehensive (YET), but I hope for that to change in the coming weeks as more are added. The basic idea is that if you want to get into webseries or you are a newbie to the world of alternative entertainment you come here.
Series are organized alphabetically. “?” denotes information not easily accessible from site.
If you find glaring omissions or incorrect information, please send them to email@example.com. We will fix as fast as we can. If you are a webseries creator and want to put your show in this database, just send us the necessary information.
WRITER: Dan Williams
DIRECTOR: Scott Brown
CAST: Dingani Beza, Sophie King, Carey Fox, Matt Harrison and Darrell Philip
SYNOPSIS: Welcome to St. Dympna Hospital for the Criminally Insane. Only the most difficult cases are sent here, and the hospital has a history of dealing with them without incident. The doctors live on the grounds and operate like a close-knit family. Their methods of treatment are often described as unorthodox, but because they handle the worst of the worst without complaint, the staff is mostly left alone. That is, until a recent outbreak of violence at the hospital forces the Department of Mental Health to send an agent to investigate. What he discovers is a hospital spiraling out of control, a staff hiding dark secrets, and a mystery within these walls unlike anything he could have ever imagined.
WRITER: Tony E. Valenzuela
DIRECTOR: Tony E. Valenzuela
SYNOPSIS: Originally I think I had a clear idea. It was to be an anthology series about fear, loss, death, and any/all of the things that have kept me cautiously looking over my shoulder for most of my life. But honestly (8 episodes in now) I know that BBTV is about a lot more than that. It’s about moving past limitations (namely my own.) I know the content we make on BlackBox can be challenging at times (the areas we delve into are not so nicely lit or placed) but in every episode you will find reflections of my heroes; Rod Serling, Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, and Wes Craven amongst others. And below their influence is where you will find me, kicking out against my own history and terror and ridiculousness.
TITLE: Camera Obscura
SYNOPSIS: A young girl finds her grandfather’s old relics: a camera and an ancient book. The book is a prison, full of horrors beyond the imagination. The camera is her only means of returning them.
WRITER: Mark Gardner
DIRECTOR: Mark Garnder
CAST: Danny Cameron, Jourdan Gibson, Kevin McCarthy and Natalie Self
SYNOPSIS: A man wakes up in a cell after a night on the town. When he realizes he’s not in jail and he’s not alone, he fights to stay who he is… while helping someone else remember who they were.
TITLE: Robert Townsend’s Diary of a Single Mom
WRITER: Cheryl L. West
DIRECTOR: Robert Townsend
CAST: Monica Calhoun, Valery Ortiz, Janice Lynde and Billy Dee Williams
SYNOPSIS: Diary of a Single Mom is a web based original series that chronicles the lives and challenges of three single mothers and their families trying to get ahead despite obstacles that all single mothers face, such as childcare, healthcare, education and finances.
WRITER: David Nett, with Andrew R. Deutsch
DIRECTOR: Andrew R. Deutsch, David Nett, Kyle Dickinson, Frederick Snyder and Lilas Lane
CAST: David Nett, Rick Robinson, Nathan Mobley, James Paul Xavier, Robert J. Brewer, Gary Karp, Chuck Raucci, Shannon Ivey, Alan Loayza, Shannon Nelson, Jeremy Guskin and Angie Schnaible
SYNOPSIS: Set in a world where Role Playing Games are a professional sport and those who play them can be famous athletes, GOLD follows the stories of the two premiere RPG teams as they battle personal and professional demons on their way to the World Championship Tournament. GOLD is a niche soap opera, a loving satire of traditional sports movies and television, and a tribute to the geekily wonderful world of role playing gamers.
TITLE: The Guild
WRITER: Felicia Day
DIRECTOR: Sean Becker
CAST: Amy Okuda, Felicia Day, Jeff Lewis, Robin Thorsen, Sandeep Parikh, Vincent Caso
SYNOPSIS: The Guild is a independent sitcom web series about a group of online gamers.
TITLE: Heroes of the North
WRITER: Sergio Rico & Christian Viel
SEASONS/EPISODES: 20 eps, 8 comics, a diary and Videogames (coming soon).
SYNOPSIS: A unique transmedia experience set in the universe of Canadian superheroes.
TITLE: Legend of Neil
WRITER: Sandeep Parikh & Tony Janning
DIRECTOR: Sandeep Parikh
CAST: Tony Janning, Mike Rose, Eric Acosta, Scott Chernoff, Angie Hill, Felicia Day
SYNOPSIS: The Legend of Neil is a spoof of the classic Nintendo video game “The Legend of Zelda”.
TITLE: Mind My Brains, Darling!
WRITER: Paul & Mary Higgins
DIRECTOR: Paul & Mary Higgins
CAST: Paul & Mary Higgins
SEASONS/EPISODES: (in production)
SYNOPSIS: Set in Britain in 1979, Mind My Brains, Darling! follows the ups and downs of family life with the Worthingtons – a typical family with a mum, dad, two kids and a grandfather. Typical that is, for a peri-apocalyptic society ravaged by war and zombies for the past 4 years. Oh, and the dad is a Zombie.
TITLE: Night of the Zombie King
WRITER: David Nett, Rick Robinson & Andrew R. Deutsch
DIRECTOR: David Nett, Frederick Snyder & Rick Robinson
CAST: James Ellis Lane, Maxwell Glick, Brian Majestic, Jonathan Nail and Stephanie Thorpe
SYNOPSIS: Jamie “Jaz” Colier returns home to San Jose after a long absence to escape his crumbling life in Los Angeles. He re-unites with his old gamer buddies, only to find the ruins of the life he ran away from 15 years ago still need to be repaired before he can find peace, in his life and in the game. Set in the world of GOLD the Series, where Role Playing Games are a professional sport and those who play them can be famous athletes, GOLD: Night of the Zombie King is a “The Big Chill” story for nerds, and another tribute to the geekily wonderful world of role playing gamers.
TITLE: Pink-The Series
WRITER: Mike Maden
DIRECTOR: Blake Calhoun
CAST: Natalie Raitano, Sheree J. Wilson, Matthew Tompkins and Kim Matula
SYNOPSIS: Natalie Cross works for the government – any government that pays, that is. Technically, she’s a subcontractor – like Haliburton, only with guns. She gets hired to hunt down scum and dispose of them – and she always gets her man. Always. Natalie loves the color pink. As in, “pink mist” (you can figure that one out). Her prison psychiatrist called her “unstable”. Blame her dad, he was the dangerous one. Old School. Black Ops. And he always wanted a son (thats why he called her Nate). He taught her things like, how to skin a deer and how to fire a rifle. So please forgive Natalie for being a “little girl” in a woman’s body, for wanting a childhood she never had, and for trying to walk away from The Life she was born and bred into. Prison was a haven for her after she quit, and she’d still be there if her biological clock hadn’t started ringing. So she’s back on contract, working The List. But looking for two men now. One she’s trying to eliminate. The other… well, she’s got something else in mind.
TITLE: Sons of the Brotherhood
WRITER: Jim Kuenzer
DIRECTOR: Ellen Locy
CAST: Christopher Nash, Mollie Milligran, Jim Kuenzer, Shauna McLean, Susana Gibb, Emily Ko, Stephen Brodie, Leslie Patrick, Shalitras Flowers and Joel Hudgins
SYNOPSIS: An outdated, out of touch TV station out in the middle of nowhere risks going out of business if they can’t keep up with the times. An overfunded, under educated militia seeks to spread the news of government plots to infiltrate our airwaves and control our every step. A match made in heaven or a mix of oil and water?
Add in office politics, mind control, love, intrigue, conspiracy and off-brand candy addiction and you have “Sons of the Brotherhood,” proving once again that the truth is out there.
Way, way out there.