I'm starting to see these script-based web series as less like prose fan fiction than an attempt to add a cinematic experience to your reading.
As Knight's Haven races toward its epic first season finale, Sebastian must decide who is loyal to him, who isn't, and
how far he'll go to help an old friend...
Knight's Haven concludes its first season in
Knight's Haven - Season One Part Three, coming soon...
MZPtv, Knight's Haven's old host before they moved to The Entertainment Network recently, describe them as...
An online series of screenplays that work as a "real" TV show would, just not filmed or put on TV. Each series is written by talented writers from all over the world, sometimes solo, sometimes in a team. A Virtual Series will typically have anywhere between 8 and 24 episode seasons, each episode being a script that represents a 22 minute comedy (around 30 pages) or 42 minute drama (around 55 pages) episode of the show itself.
... so, just as TU PUblishing "lives" in a publishing environment, they see themselves more in a video environment, right down to packaging their scripts with DVD (actually Blue-Ray) covers rather than book covers.
I know this style has been around for a while but I'm finding it innovative and inspiring.