OF EPIC WEB SERIES "CATACLYSMO"
After two hit seasons, "Cataclysmo" will be airing its final eight episodes this fall.
October 10, 2008—WebSerials.com announces the final chapter of its hit web series "Cataclysmo." With only eight more episodes, the epic adventure promises unprecedented action, drama, and even some big surprises.
Created by Kevin Christensen and Anthony Parisi, "Cataclysmo" premiered in July 2007. Over two seasons and forty episodes, the zany sci-fi comedy series has sent heroes Johnny, Bucky, and Samantha traveling through time and space to save the Earth from mad scientists, an army of gorillas, and the lost kingdom of Atlantis.
The web series, which airs on WebSerials.com and is syndicated on YouTube gathers an average of 30,000 viewers a week. "Cataclysmo" has also been recommended by a variety of critics and publications including the LA Times. YouTube’s editors called the show "one of the best dramas the web has to offer."
The acclaim from critics and fans has been a welcome boon for the homegrown, independent effort produced each week by an all-volunteer cast and crew. The low-budget series has often been ranked alongside better-funded studio productions—a mark of pride for the small WebSerials.com team.
"Cataclysmo" stars Brian Walton, Chris Hartwell, and Erin Sullivan and is executive produced by Joshua Sikora. The final eight episodes begin on October 10 with the series finale airing on December 5.
WebSerials.com is a leading provider of serialized web entertainment. Creators of the hit web series "Project X" and "Cataclysmo" and the new groundbreaking online experience "The Black Dawn," WebSerials.com has entertained millions of viewers with its acclaimed and award-winning content since its launch in 2007.
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