About the Indie Series Awards

Past ISA winners include (pictured clockwise from top left) Cady Huffman, Keith Powell, Melissa Archer, Kit Williamson, Brianna Brown and John Halbach, Zac Hug and Jim Rash, Charlene Tilton, Richard Hatch, Robert Townsend, Emma Thompson, Billy Dee Williams and Judd Hirsch.
Founded by We Love Soaps LLC's Roger Newcomb in 2009, the Indie Series Awards celebrate the best in independently produced entertainment created for the Web.

Indie series are to Network TV series what Independent Films are to mainstream movies; innovation and creativity thrive and fanatical followers are the norm.

The ISAs honor a genre that emphasizes artistic merit and social impact over corporate profits, however, the overall quality of the nominated shows is comparable to that of most TV sitcom or dramas—in fact, several past winners went on to partner with traditional television content providers.

This year's production team consists of We Love Soaps Editorial Director and Indie Series Awards founder Roger Newcomb, Indie Series Network director Kevin Mulcahy Jr., producer Susan Bernhardt from Leonian Pictures, and Serial Scoop Editorial Director Michael Goldberg.

Past nominated series represent the highest level of achievement in the genre--groundbreaking programs, created by entertainment industry professionals (many of them celebrities), that have been viewed over 100 million times.

Notable winners over the years include Emma Thompson, Lou Diamond Phillips, Robert Townsend, Cynthia Watros, Judd Hirsch, Cady Huffman, Richard Hatch, Sarah Brown, Martha Byrne, Joan Van Ark, Keith Powell, Jim Rash, Michele Lee, Diane Delano, Charlene Tilton, Billy Dee Williams and many more!

Submissions for the 11th Annual Indie Series Awards open on September 1, 2019. The ISA11 ceremony will be held on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, in Los Angeles.

Check out the history of The ISAs and an archive of winners here.
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