Between Women

CLUTCH loves a well-written web series detailing authentic experiences for communities of color. Some are comedic while others are dramatic, but all of the web series featured in these curated lists highlight the insane and endless talent of digital content creators.

Though Issa Rae and other premiere digital innovators can never be praised enough, spotlighting other creators and their works is also vital to the sustainability of web series. Here are four we’re celebrating this week.

Between Women

I had no inkling this series existed until it flittered on my Twitter timeline last week. I watched the entire first season over the weekend and I’m eager for the next episode. “Between Women” follows six friends, affectionately-dubbed the “six pack.” What’s groundbreaking about the Michelle Daniel-written and produced series is it explores the intersections of lesbianism and blackness.

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  • ChaCha1

    Almost 30 is pretty funny, so far. Especially the second episode. So far, I like it better than Awkward Black Girl.

  • Cin

    More web series!
    Thanks for these, I’ve appreciated most of the previous ones you’ve published so far :)

  • LeonieUK

    Well as the snow has no sign of letting up, I’ll be spending the Easter break watching all of these.

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    A really underrated web series, (but hilarious) is Boomerangs, which chronicles the life of college grads who are “hella grown, and back at home.” The struggle.

    • Thank you for sharing this! I’m about to watch “Boomerangs” now. :)