There have been many helpful guides on how to watch network and cable television shows via the Internet. But how do TV fans navigate the countless web-only series readily available?
We turned to television producer and writer Ross Brown for tips on where to find the best series out there as well as advice for creating webisodes.
Brown teaches a course on making TV series for the Internet at Chapman University in California, and his book “Byte-Sized Television: Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet” became available in stores this week.
Brown has a background in episodic television. He was the producer of “Step-By-Step” and has written for “The Facts of Life” and “The Cosby Show,” among other series.
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In the Q&A below, we discuss what makes a successful web series, his favorite currently-streaming webisodes and where to find the best of what’s out there.
Our full interview has been edited for length and clarity.