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Old August 14 2012, 06:29 PM   #1
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"H+ The Digital Series" produced by Bryan Singer

"H+ The Digital Series"
writer/creator John Cabrera, director Stewart Hendler and producer Jason Taylor
33% of the world's population has implants in this version of the future. Assuming most of them are affected by the virus, the aftermath of this attack is likely to be huge. The rest of the description hints as much...
an episodic, apocalyptic journey into the future where consumers are rapidly installing a chip called "HPlus" into their nervous systems that allows them to access the Internet 24 hours a day - by just thinking it.

Pretty good production values

This is a series that I would highly recommend, and the type of non-traditional scifi programming we definitely need to see more of.
This is where being a web series is a great thing, and also a terrible thing. Great, because of the flexibility in story-telling and presentation, terrible because the episodes are sometimes very short and that means the wait for the next chapter is both tantalizing and irritating!
Having already seen the first 12 episodes, I am not exaggerating when I say I could very easily have watched the next 12 without pause. This is a series that I honestly cannot wait to see in its entirety
New episodes every Wednesday at 12 PM PST.
Viewers who subscribe to the H+ YouTube feed this week can actually get a sneak peek at the first 6 episodes, which are well worth seeing as soon as possible. The official series website is interactive, and you might be able to discover clues to the rest of the series.
new episodes will air each Wednesday and there are 48 in total this season
already there are over 30,000 subscribers.

slice of scifi did a review here.
also a poster & 2:35 length video trailer (HD) at the link.
Distribution by Warner Brothers Digital Distribution.

io9 did an article yesterday about it called :An Exclusive Look at How Bryan Singer’s H+ is Reimagining Transhumanism

As noted previously, the show’s production values seem to be outstanding, and the acting in the trailer isn’t half-bad either.
Facebook: HplusTheDigitalSeries
Twitter: @hplusdigital

this is the cool kind of subscription-based sci-fi series that the next bigger budget sci-fi could do that would see how many people actually sign up for a subscription at least in the US.
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