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granolagirl
Apr 6 2014, 08:37 PM
^There are a ton of webseries still, but I think the idea that there would be a lot of continuity in talent and interest of the audience for conventional soaps and websoaps hasn't necessarily proven to be the case. The material has been more divergent as well.

The Independent Soap Awards were last week and you can see how many series were honored -- http://www.indieseriesawards.com/2014/02/5th-annual-indie-series-awards-nominees.html
Oh wow, I didn't realize how many webseries were out there. Thanks for passing that on. I still have doubts about Days success if they do go to the web for the reasons you said, the continuity in talent and interest of the audience. I can't help but think of the disastrous attempts made by AMC and OLTL to move to the web. At least in the case of OLTL, I can say that it was like a completely different show and it failed to hold my interest. I don't have much confidence that Days would fare much better.
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