Melody on set of DEULM season 3, episode 8: “Courtney Confesses”
YTWeekly sat down with voice actress MusicalNotes247 to discuss Hanna’s future in DEULM, Dawn, and more!
YTWEEKLY: In this season of DEULM, what can we expect for Hanna?
MELODY: This season we get to see how Hanna deals with Damon’s betrayal. Hanna is going through a tough time, and we get to see how she copes with everything and become a stronger person because of it.
YTWEEKLY: Is there anything about Hanna that you completely relate to?
MELODY: I’ve definitely felt betrayed before by someone very close to me, and I can understand her pain in that sense. Although I didn’t almost marry someone that’s trying to kill me – that’s pretty harsh. I think Hanna hates Damon but at the same time hates herself for being tricked, and I can understand those feelings very well.
Don’t End Up Like Me’s fourth season returns this July with season 4, episode 3 “Silencing the Nightmares”. The official synopsis for the episode is below!
In Don’t End Up Like Me’s 4B premiere, Hanna’s nightmares put her on the edge while Katherine’s actions push her higher on the girls’ suspect list. Riley struggles to deal with Alison’s murder, while Jack uncovers a piece of information that may put an end to the “A” game once and for all — and a Rosewood resident pays the price.
DEULM’s “complete series” poster
In a recent press release, creator Anthony Vanderwaal has announced that all Don’t End Up Like Me episodes that have aired will be available for download. The available downloads will include episodes that were previously blocked by YouTube, and includes all season finales and premieres. The DVD is set to release ahead of DEULM’s 4B return. No other information has been provided, but it is expected that the DVD will release on June 1st.
Wasema Holland, creator of Unforgettable, Perfecting Vengeance, and the voiceover community’s Comic Con, has just released a teaser for her upcoming summer series, ‘Views’. The series will revolve around several different characters, with each episode exhibiting a storyline that focuses on a different character. According to Holland, the series is “eerie”. The official synopsis is below.
The 1960s was a delightful time but for ten adults in Utah, life’s challenges seem too big to conquer and life’s lessons are too mad to comprehend. Cheshire smiles and wicked promises, twist of a knife and pretty little dresses. Welcome to Salt Lake City.
The series is set to air this July on silencexbrokenx.
Don’t think I’m allowed to post this but let’s keep that between us #projectsweettea100
The photo shows what appears to be dialogue from an unknown project titled “Project Sweet Tea 100”. Although most information about the project is completely confidential, it has been confirmed via xlittleliars’ Instagram (@tinyhales) that CastAwayTVHD is the writer on board for the project. When asked to comment, xlittleliars said that “new things are always coming”, but declined further comment when pressed for more. “It’s not my secret to share.”
I first want to congratulate you on your season run of Stab. As you, I, Wasema, and many others know, creating a series is hard work that should not be overlooked. I mention Wasema and myself because in some ways, that little triad we had was where things began. Having such great friends to work with certainly added to the experience of YouTube voice acting, and I know this because it is the reason that we are all still there. If great friendship is the heart of voice acting, then a cracked Sony Vegas must be the soul. But I want to shift a little and discuss the most “innovative” project you’ve had to date: Stab. Personally, I think that Stab is a breath of fresh air that our community needed. A dying community sort of all had a new place to gather, and it felt great. It felt really great to be a part of something that held, and still holds, so much power. Of course, these are just my personal opinions. I believe that Stab brought us together as a community, and paved the way for even more creative ways to voice act. The addition of live taping was a very welcome and surreal experience, as it was as close to being on a real set that we will be… at least for now. I still vividly remember recording the scene—yes, that scene. Don’t Forget Me. Season finale. I think the reason I hold onto that scene was because it was filmed before the pilot, if I remember correctly. I liked having that piece of Steven/Morgan from the finale so that I knew what direction we were headed with their characters moving forward. It helped with forming a character, and I know you as a director will appreciate hearing that. An often unrecognized piece of Stab is the soundtrack. The soundtrack is perfect in so many ways; it set the tone for the entire series so well. The soundtrack flows in a way that is right, that makes me unmistakably think about Stab. Every piece of the puzzle came together for this series, and I am forever grateful that I was allowed to be a part of it. I’m glad that my constant pestering paid off and Stab was finally released again, although I’ve spoken to you privately about my feelings of that release. I could go on for hours about the great things Stab does. I could talk about how you perfectly planned Steven’s motive, and I could talk about how real the characters were. Morgan, in my opinion, was one of the most hate-able characters I’ve ever seen on screen. She was selfish, she lied, she killed her father and made Agnes help her cover it up. Yet, for some reason… we root for her. And you know me—I will ship Steven and Morgan until the day I die. I don’t think he could ever have truly killed her, although he wasn’t given the chance to. He got what was coming, but I don’t think he ever could hurt Morgan. I look forward to seeing what you do in The Film, Gary. I hope you choose to join me on Project 5. I look forward to all of your work that comes ahead, actually. And speaking of other work, I’ve made the decision not to leak that little sneak peek of Project Sweet Tea. Just thought you’d wanna know…
I’ll talk to you soon,
With season one of Stab coming to a close, we’re all left to wonder: what’s next for CastAwayTVHD? Continue reading