Youtube is continually growing to be a global phenomenon thanks to various people and companies contributing quality video uploads for twenty four hours a day and seven days a week. Dramatic, eye-opening, hilarious, informative, interesting, you want it? Youtube probably has it. Television no longer dominates home entertainment, with interesting web series like the Untitled Jersey City Project the internet is slowly taking over as a good (if not better) alternative.
I am a big fan of watching shows on Youtube and various web episodes or exclusive online series. Everytime I stumble upon something interesting, I can't help but to talk and give my two cents about it. One particular web series comprising of eight short episodes piqued my interest and curiosity, the Untitled Jersey City Project. It has some familiar faces (actors) and good acting. It comprises of short episodes which usually runs under three minutes are fragments of a much larger story. It has a unique and unconventional phasing which makes you ask for more. What happens next and what happened before that? This is what makes it interesting, intriguing and compelling to watch.
The interesting part about the short web series is that you don't need to start watching it from the very first episode. Here is episode two and you'll see how fragmented it seems and how intriguing it can get.
The Untitled Jersey City Project is a nice teaser or hype builder to whatever mainstream series it might become in the future. Right from the very start, it doesn't sugar coat that it is a unique experiment of an entertainment concept which is a television drama. When you managed to watch the entirety of all eight episodes of the Untitled Jersey City Project, tell us your thoughts and suggestion about this web series and potential television series in the making?