A web series about being a teenager in the 21st century
WINNER of BEST SCREENPLAY at the 2016 VANCOUVER WEB SERIES FESTIVAL
Praise for TEENAGERS:
“Degrassi meets HBO.”
Patrick Dennis Jr., Urbanology Magazine
“I saw humans. Shattering and trembling, but at times so quiet and beautifully real. I saw short spurts of what is really happening in the teen world. This series is evocative, sweet, daring, and scary. It’s just what we’ve been wanting in a teen series. It’s real.”
Susie Stone, Culture Starved Magazine
“If the story elements of sex, drugs, and wild parties sound too familiar, don’t worry — the joy of Teenagers lies in its execution, where psychological honesty is the name of the game.”
Kyrie Scarce, talknerdywithus.com
“Teenagers tackles tough themes like racial issues, violence, STDs, drug abuse and family heartache in a raw and real way, reminding us of the early years of Degrassi.”
Jen McNeely, shedoesthecity.com
“The young creators of Teenagers had to have plenty of luck, pluck, talent and grit to get this far. And that portends a Hollywood ending.”
Louis Chunovic, Playback Magazine
Last week, M. H. Murray was invited to speak about teenagers on the popular CBC radio show q with host Tom Power. They discuss High School, inspirations, and more! LISTEN HERE!
Last week we launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for a new season of teenagers, as well as the development of our first feature film. Putting yourself out there like this is always terrifying at first, so we want to say THANK YOU to the family, friends and viewers who have supported us already in this first week! Telling stories is so important to all of us.
We’ve reached almost 35% of our goal!!! If you want more episodes, donate now!
We also released a brand new 20-minute “prologue” episode, to give you a taste of whats to come if we raise the funds.
M. H. Murray was recently profiled by Live From The 905, discussing season 3 of teenagers and how he is making his mark on pop culture in Mississauga, including his recent Mississauga Arts Council (MARTY) award for Best Emerging Media Artist.
Thanks to all fans and viewers for the support! Xo
Go check out the rest of the winners here.
And, if you haven’t already, be sure to binge watch season 2 on YouTube now.
This past week, creator/writer/director M. H. Murray won the Best Screenplay award for his work on teenagers at the 2016 Vancouver Web Series Festival!
We want to take this opportunity to thank the incredible Suzette Laqua and the entire #VWF2016 team for this honour and also for championing web content and creators. We hope to be back next year for #VWF2017!