A month ago we got the first word on a new web series entitled “NYPDM” about a world where a pair of unusual detectives pull back the curtain of shadows and lies that surround the unnatural criminal underground of New York City. Now the first four episodes are available, and we have them for you right here to check out along with a few stills and an update provided to us by producer Monique Yamaguchi.
From the Press Release:
“NYPDM” is a new web series that revolves around an unusual unit of NYC police detectives who possess a unique connection to a dark underworld where monsters are real. Taking an “it takes one to know one” approach, Lt. Spiller (Natalie Turpin) heads a special group of cops who have much in common with the monstrous suspects they pursue with one key difference: They’re the good guys.
Season One introduces us to Detectives Grimm and Andersen (Jilon VanOver and Janelle Giumarra, respectively) as they investigate a puzzling series of murders: Someone in New York is staking runaway teens. The eight-episode inaugural season follows the pair in their pursuit of the killer. Along the way they scratch the surface of even more disturbing goings-on.
“NYPDM” is a part of a movement to increase the quality of storytelling in original online series. Embracing the format, “NYPDM” was created to take full advantage of the online viewing experience while holding itself to a high standard of production value.
The series marks writer/director Hal Jordan’s first foray into creating original online episodic content. The project was produced by Monique Yamaguchi and Nick Rossier, shot by A. J. Raitano, and edited by Ryan Cooper. “NYPDM” stars Jilon VanOver (Hatfields & McCoys), Janelle Giumarra (Femme Fatales), Ben Pace (Elevator, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon), Jamie Bernadette (Milf, Bunnyman 2), and Grace Bannon (So Random). The series music was scored by Abraham Libbos.
Look for Episode 5 on November 1st, and for more info in the meantime visit the official “NYPDM” website.
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