The Social Circle
Jordan Fleming is returning to college after taking the fall semester of her senior year off. She moves into a house with seven other students who have loud and loving personalities. They quickly engulf her in the family and with them Jordan learns how to find her voice and appreciate life.
Edward Hyde is your typical socially awkward third year college student. When his sister Lainey gets accepted to her dream medical school across the country, Ed realizes he must overcome his anxiety and branch out to make new friends or run the risk of being alone. When he meets Dani Crew at a party to celebrate Lainey's acceptance letter, Ed must navigate his own moral compass that borders between blossoming friendship and online obsession. Watch the playlist on YouTube here.
Every night, Lorrie has the same dream: she's trying to reach her sister Eugena, who died when they were both young. But one night, the pattern is disrupted when her subconscious appears in the form of a girl and offers her a deal -- to undergo trials in her dreams in order to finally regain her memories of Eugena.
Thicker Than Water
College student Annie Pearson feels that her whole life she’s never been able to get ahead. What her best friend and sister chock up to perfectionism, Annie sees as the fault of the young woman who’s “better” life she keeps seeing flashes into. When the two young women discover that it is not just their visions but their blood that connects them, they must work together to race against the clock to save not just Annie’s future but also a life.
"Dear Emily" is an adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's "A Little Princess," modernized for the smallest screen. In 24 webisodes, "Dear Emily" tells the story of Sara Crewe, a privileged 20-year-old diplomat’s daughter, raised on an idyllic island. When conflict in her home erupts, Sara transfers to Moss College of Winlock in the U.S. for her college degree. Sara's naive daydreams and storytelling charm butt heads with the grittier lives of the students she encounters and the relationships she forms with her peers. When calamity strikes, Sara must learn to set aside her privilege and see her story through another's eyes.
Impressions is an intriguing six-part dramedy surrounding the duplicity and discoveries of a group of college students who innocently attend an art show only to be unexpectedly pulled into a tangled web of deception and lies.