4 New(ish) Toronto Webseries

A couple of years ago I wrote an article for BlogTo titled  ‘The Top 10 Toronto Web Series’  It listed many of my personal favorites as well as new ones I grew to love.

I’ve recently been contemplating following it up with a new article, when the thought crossed my mind “Yeah, I could write a new article for someone else, orrrrrrr I could write a new article for me… I have my own website! Haha

Soooo without further ado, in no particular order, here are ‘4 new(ish) Toronto webseries to check out that didn’t make the list the first time.

Kid’s Town

It’s for the whole family! Kid’s Town follows 12 year old Brian Russell (the new kid) along with his family, as he and his friends navigate young love, friendship, and everything that comes with trying to figure out one’s place in the world. Watch the trailer below:

Til Lease Do Us Part

I did my best Googling to confirm this is a Toronto webseries, and I’m still not 100% sure, but I think so. If I’m wrong, feel free to correct me.

Two Lesbian roommates (who used to date) re-enter the dating world while still living together. There’s some humor, there’s some truth and there’s all kinds of awkward, interesting conversations and scenarios. Directed/Produced/Created by Sarah Rotella of The Gay Women’s Channel, you can catch Episode 1 below:

 

Pete Winning and the Pirates

Full of swashbuckling, suave-ness, lazer guns and love, Pete Winning is everything you didn’t know you wanted. A sci-fi series now in it’s second season you can join Pete and his gang as they battle villains on the high seas. Basic vs. futuristic it actually kind of reminds me a little of Firefly. Check out the Season 2 teaser trailer below (though we think you should start from the beginning):

 

Asset

It’s a love triangle all tangled up with the C.I.A, guns and violence.  You can hang out with Canadian civilian Eric Blair and watch his life get thrown into chaos when the C.I.A. decides he’s their last chance.  Check out the trailer below:

 

 

 

 

 

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