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Keep An Eye Out For New Web Series, Peacekeepers

Michelle Dawson | PopWrapped Author

Michelle Dawson

03/20/2015 4:40 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Keep An Eye Out For New Web Series, Peacekeepers | Peacekeepers
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Alana receives mysterious text messages from a source known only as the Peacekeeper. The message is a prophecy of death, complete with the exact time and place. Alana’s job? Save a life. Once the job is done, she gets paid. But who is the Peacekeeper? Is there a higher power at work or something more sinister? After all…who gets to decide who lives and who dies? Peacekeepers is a smart, funny, incredibly thoughtful web series in the vein of Dead Like MeBuffy the Vampire Slayer or Heroes, if the heroes were just average, everyday folks with average, everyday problems. The series doesn’t shy away from the larger questions and leaves the door wide open for discussion. Writer/Director Charlie Reeves told Indiewire:
Maria and I set out, as huge fans of “Doctor Who,” “Sherlock,” and “Buffy,” to make shows that involved strong female leads, LGBT characters, and engrossing sci-fi stories that relied on writing (rather than an enormous budget) to keep an audience excited. We’ve both been playing the webseries game for a while and we wanted to up the bar– to show people that good stories can be made with more than just an iPhone camera and actor friends, and that we can discuss things like religion, being a twentysomething, and overcoming child abuse in a productive and fresh way.
The series stars co-creator Maria Makenna as Alana, Jacques Mitchell, Tommy Heleringer, and Madeline Wise. Peacekeepers is nominated for Indiewire’s Project of the Year Award so check out the show and if you like it,  make sure you follow them on Twitter and let them know it!

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