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Last night we listed the 80th show on our SciFinal website. It was Before Judgment the prequel/companion to the After Judgment web series. Hard to believe there are that many independent, science fiction shows out there! When we launched Zerks Log last year we thought we were only one of a few. Boy were we wrong!
We are really pleased with the attention the SciFinal trailer is getting. If you haven't checked it out yet, here's the link: http://www.scifinal.com/trailer. The trailer has garnered over 6,000 views so far and continues to grow each day (as do visits to the SciFinal website. Much of the attention is due to the stories that were written about the SciFinal trailer on Wired.com and io9.com - sites that normally don't spend too much time talking about indy sci-fi. So we were psyched about the coverage!
Want to thank the folks at 93 Studios for compiling a cool list of folks to follow in the web video space. Also want to thank them for including me, StoryForge, Zerks Log, and our new website SciFinal.com site in the write up. Very cool! If you're not following 93 Studios, you should be. Go now! ;)
SciFinal is now live! The SciFinal website is "the last stop in independent sci-fi online." Our hope is that it becomes THE destination for viewers looking for fun, entertaining sci-fi web series.
Got sent a link by Brent Friedman, Producer of Gemini Division. Mentions Zerks Log (with a photo) along with a bunch of other sci-fi shows. Here are the links:
We posted Episode 17 of Zerks Log yesterday. Only the Finale left. We will be putting out some additional behind the scenes content after we finish Season 1 (including Ben Alpi's casting video).
Today we posted Episode 16 (of 18) of Zerks Log. Entitled "Probation", this is one of the favorites of our production team. One reason is the return of the worker robot that appeared in Episode 10. The robot in this current episode is specifically outfitted with a security camera. We envision a whole slew of these types of robots buzzing about the Venturi 553 performing various tasks. Below is a comped image of the robot appearing in Episode 16.
We posted Episode 14 ("Ensign Fil") of Zerks Log today. Can't believe we only have four more episodes to go in the first season! This episode contains my favorite Zerks prop -- the crushed planet of Ken-za-way. It was made by our Creative Director (and all around talented guy) Rob King. Here's what he had to say about its creation: