Season 3 of The Digressions launches April 21 -- get a sneak peak April 11

We are launching the third and final season of The Digressions on April 21. You are invited to join us for a sneak peak screening of the season at Videology in Brooklyn on Saturday, April 11 at 4pm. You can find out more info here:

In the meantime, take a look at the Season 3 trailer below and come back for more on April 21!

TubeFilter features "The Digressions" on the front page with a fantastic review

Indie Spotlight: Mischievous Friends Pair Up In ‘The Digressions’

The Digressions shows us how far an interesting concept and a tight script can take an indie web series. As it plays out across a series of two-person encounters, it reveals key traits about characters who aren’t on screen, creating a compelling character study.

The Digressions follows a quintet of friends (Winslow CorbettAndrew DahlJordan McArthurEric Pargac, and Aubrey Saverino) who weave through what the show’s description calls “the detours that happen on the road to adulthood.” On paper, this seems like a fairly typical concept, but it is livened up by The Digressions‘ unique wrinkle: Only two of these characters appear on screen at a time, and each episode spans a single-scene conversation between the two present characters.

This allows the show’s script to shine. In addition to its dry wittiness, the writing in The Digressions does a splendid job of revealing information about characters who are off-screen. On-screen characters tend to paint themselves in a positive light while slandering those who are off-screen, a narrative decision that feels authentic.

This authenticity ultimately drives The Digressions, while each dialogue provides steady amusement. A Kickstarter campaign funded season two, and I hope to see its starting five return for a third round of gossip.

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Snobby Robot live tweeted 'The Digressions' and called us their "favorite series of the year so far."

Here's the recap review:

#WebSeriesWednesday went a little late last night so today our lovely readers are treated to a late Thursday edition of the wrap up article. Of course this week I was joined by the cast and creators of The Digressions, and together we watched and discussed season two. While The Digressions first season was one of my favorites last year I didn’t really expect it to be so damn good the second time around.

I’d argue that the show got a lot better because of a conscious effort to go big for season two. This season is not only longer, with a more compelling story and some improved visuals it has surprisingly better writing. I’m not sure if writers Andrew Dahl and Jordan McArthur were able to put more time into the scripts but they are consistently excellent. On about three different occasions I commented that the show had just had a new *best episode*.

So just how is it that the writing is so good? For every five shows I write about in this column that I mention “over the top characters” there is one show like “The Digressions” that presents the audience with a group of highly flawed yet very relatable characters. 

Read full review at Snobby Robot