Monday, June 7, 2010

The Grand Finale of Season One

We are so pleased to bring you the final episode of Season One of Infamous, "Fear Is Nothing." This grand finale is, by far, our best work to date, and we are absolutely beside ourselves with excitement. If you haven't done so, we urge you now to check out the twelfth and final installment of our first season right here, right now.

We'd like to give a super special thanks to Robert Foster and Myron Parran for being guest Cinematographers for this episode, giving it an ultra professional look and feel. Robert Foster has worked on the camera crew for over sixty films, including Straw Dogs, Jonah Hex, Leaves of Grass, Year One, and W (just to name a few). Myron Parran has served on the camera crew for over twenty films, including Straw Dogs, Drive Angry 3D, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Sweet Home Alabama. We are honored to count these highly skilled film veterans among our friends and peers, and we are completely psyched to show you just what they brought to the table.

Emmy winner Pruitt Taylor Vince reprises his role exquisitely as The Patriarch, and John Goddard, M.D. is sinister as ever as Eleven. These are two actors we never stop enjoying having on set and on screen, and we'd like to thank them ever so much now.

Again, we'd also like to thank Tac One Ops. Without those guys, our finale would not have been near as flat-out cool as it is.

We'd say we're going out with a real bang, but we're not going out at all - we're just on hiatus till we bring you Season Two! Stay tuned, and we'll

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Team Infamous.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Special Thanks to Tac One Ops

If you haven't noticed already, Infamous has a lot of violence, guns, and fight scenes. These are generally not easy things to pull off (especially in a safe environment) in low budget, guerrilla film making. Our Season One finale, which we just shot this weekend, includes more of this than any of our previous episodes. So who did we turn to for extras with special knowledge and gear?

Tac One Ops, of course. Tac One Ops is a local Shreveport group of talent who are specifically military and police veterans dedicated to bringing their specialized skills to the big screen. Not only do they have civil service backgrounds, but upon joining the Tac One Team, they are trained in stage combat, stunts, basic acting, and basic production, so as to translate their combat experiences onto film in a safe, efficient, and ultimately professional manner. As if that weren't enough, they are able to provide their own costumes and weaponry! This past weekend, Team Infamous had the express pleasure of working with these guys as they lent their skills and gear to produce some truly amazing moments for the dramatic final episode of Season One. So, a special thanks goes to Quay Parton, Clinton Camp, Paul Murray, and David Lee for coming out and showing us how it's done. For more information on the Tac One Ops Team, please visit

While you're waiting for this super exciting finale to come out, catch up on your Infamous in the mean time at! And, please support us by supporting some of our awesome threads from our Zazzle store:*. Thanks!

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Team Infamous

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Emmy Winner To Join Infamous!

Wow, it's been awhile since we've brought you some news, but that's because we've been staying busy to keep bringing you quality content! Now, we actually have an especially exciting announcement. Drum roll, please...

Episode 10, airing next week, will mark the addition of Emmy winner Pruitt Taylor Vince to the cast of Infamous! We are overjoyed to have such an incredible talent on board with us, and working with him has been quite the privilege. Mr. Vince's extensive resume includes such films as Heavy, Constantine, Natural Born Killers, JFK, Mississippi Burning, Identity, S1m0ne, and Angel Heart, and he has appeared on the TV shows (among others) Medium, Deadwood, Touching Evil, CSI, House, Alias, The X Files, Quantum Leap, and Murder One - his performance on which garnered him his Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series in 1997. We can't wait to show you what he has brought to the table, as he has certainly added a wonderful new dynamic to Infamous. We're also pretty proud to be able to say that we are the only independently produced web series to feature an Emmy-winning actor!

That awesome news aside, we know that you diligent fans of Infamous want to support us. So, in addition to tuning in every Monday (you have been, haven't you?, we'd love it if you bought some Infamous merchandise to help keep production going!*

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Team Infamous.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Casting Call and more

Attention actors! Infamous is looking for 10 to 15 extras, male and female, to play Delta Operatives, hitmen, guns for hire, etc. Age range is 20-30, athletic build is a must, and stunt/martial arts/hand-to-hand combat training is a plus. This is not a paid gig, but you will be fed as well as given a personal copy of the episode. If you are at all interested, please send your headshot and resume to Thanks!

We wrapped Episode 6, and filmed much of Episode 7 this weekend. We're really excited and pumped about it, and you can view some cool behind-the-scenes photos on our Facebook page.

Also, our fifth episode, Who's Joshua?, is now up! Watch it now on our website, or at KoldCast.TV. Don't hesitate to give feedback; we love to know what you think.

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Team Infamous

Monday, March 22, 2010

Minisode and More!

It's Monday, and you know what that means: new episode! Well, it's a minisode, really, as we introduce you to the Mendel Society, a key point to our next story arc. Check out our Mendel Society recruitment video at KoldCast.TV here. We want YOU for the Mendel Society.

We're on Wikipedia now, which is pretty cool. Just type in "Infamous Web Series" in their search bar, and lo and behold, there we are.

Also, we're overjoyed to be able to announce that we've gotten even MORE publicity, if you can believe it! We're in the Shreveport Times, the online version of which you can read here, we've made it onto Slebisodes, a web series guide which you can see here, and we appeared on the video game news site Electric Playground, the episode of which you can watch here. Wow.

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Team Infamous

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Holy Publicity, Batman!

Yet another smashing review of Infamous, this time at CliqueClack, a website dedicated to all things television. Like the folks at Pink Raygun, they seem to love how we drop the audience smack dab into the middle of the action. Well, we love it too! Go ahead and read the review here, then mosey on over to our website or KoldCast.TV to make sure you're caught up in the series.

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Team Infamous

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Review on Pink

Pink, a website dedicated to reviewing all things sci-fi, and mostly from a female perspective, gave Infamous a fantastic review! They said some great things about the story, the execution, and the performances, specifically highlighting that of John Chambers. You can check it out here.

Don't forget to watch the explosive fourth installment of Infamous on KoldCast.TV!

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Team Infamous