Wednesday, 23 May 2012

WIGS, Geek and Sundry, and the Show Which Must Not Be Named

In an era of changing viewing habits, economic cuts, and poor career opportunities for women actors (unless it's porn), it should come as no surprise that there's been a shift recently towards alternative methods of product delivery. As genre TV junkies, we're already familiar with webisodes. (Even if we're not really sure what to do with them, where they fit in, or even if there's any point to them.) What some are now attempting to do is probably the next logical step in that evolution: exclusive online content, created by top drawer writers/directors/producers/actors, available to view when and where you want.