Just found an interesting Youtube web series I hadn't heard of, called "H+". Bryan Singer produced it. It's a postapocalyptic drama where people have microchips implanted in their heads giving them 24/7 access to the internet, then get killed off by the billions when an internet virus infects them.
48 five-minute webisodes, running in storylines from different time periods a la "Lost" (or perhaps more like "The Event", which may not be good). The format supposedly lets you choose which storyline to follow, which is an interesting new direction for TV.
I've only watched the first ten minutes, but I'm interested. And I'm pretty hard to please.
"We don't even need your stupid a-- that much. We can win Super Bowls with retired Kerry f------- Collins right now, and you want to be the highest paid player of all-time? F--- you." - Tical21 to Russell Wilson, 6/30/15
I watched the first couple in the very beginning, but I got so sick of waiting to watch another short 5 minutes that I quit. At the time, I remember a lot of people commenting the same thing. I think this may have caught on more if they just produced 15-20 minute episodes instead.