Halo 4's live-action web series, Forward Unto Dawn has just orbital-dropped the first episode, with a whopping 20-minute runtime -- and four more parts are still on the way.
The Star Trek universe stretches over a wide range of time and space, with most new installments launching in their own realm. However, a new unofficial web series is telling the story from the point when Captain Kirk, Spock and the rest of the original gang walked off the set forever back in 1969.
Star Trek Continues isn't set for full production until October, but the first few released scenes indicate a faithful reconstruction of 1960s-era sci-fi.
Brian Singer's long-awaited web series H+ The Digital Series debuted Wednesday with the first two episodes of the futuristic thriller. The plot revolves around brain implants which keep humans constantly connected to the Internet. Naturally, a virus sweeps through the network, killing 33% of the population instantly.
The series is broken up into 48 short episodes, so it's a bit of a commitment, but the premiere lays a solid foundation for a not-too-distant dystopian future.
President Camacho is back!
After years of pestering, Terry Crews might have succeeded in getting his Idiocracy character his own prequel/spinoff project, most likely as a web series. It's great to see that someone has remembered the 2006 cult classic movie, and even better that Fox has just approved the idea of more.
Has Terry Crews got what fans crave?
Deus Ex and Snow Crash collide in upcoming web series H+, from X-Men director Bryan Singer.
The show appears to have a pretty large budget and big ambitions for a web series, but it's a fitting format for the digital subject matter and helps to continually legitimize the internet as a broadcast medium.
Will it be good? Singer's got a spotty track record, but this might be just what he needs to make up for Superman Returns.