Raise your hand if you wish your life was more like an episode of Doctor Who or that someone would come and sweep you away from your normal existence into a world of fantasy and adventure. ME! We can’t actually do that, but we may have found the next best thing! It’s the new web series, Hypervision!
“It’s an upcoming comedic/action/fantasy series following four unlikely friends who rebel against being boring adults and have wacky adventures powered by their own child-like imagination.” – Steven Jay, creator and executive producer
Sounds amazing, right? Check out the trailer for the series RIGHT HERE!
I NEED this in my life! And so do you! In order to make this epic web series, the Hypervision team has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise the funds to gift the world with this awesomeness. You can check out the campaign and contribute some green right HERE!
Another bonus of Hypervision? It stars PureFandom’s very own Sam Prevost! Yay!
I had the chance to chat with Steven Jay, the creator of Hypervision about the web series and my medical concerns for Freddie.
Meg Bonney: Hi Steve! I love, love, love this trailer! What inspired you to create Hypervision?
Steven Jay: Hypervision is inspired by a personal, prolonged experience. 3 years ago I worked in an office with barely any windows, the work was repetitive, and my emotions & ambitions became more numb by the minute. Until one day I took a stroll to a nearby children’s playground after work. No one was around, so I began to play like any kid would. The adrenaline combined with a quest-like imagination gave me much forgotten excitement. I remembered the adventures we used to have as children – the floor is lava, building a fort in your living room, monsters under the bed. I asked myself – why can’t adults maintain that excitement even with all the extra responsibilities that come to us with age? Hypervision encourages an alternative lifestyle – Freddie must find the perfect balance between a life of responsibility, and a life of adventure.
MB: I can totally relate to that feeling. Adulting isn’t always very fun. How many episodes of Hypervision do you plan to create?
SJ: The initial show will have 8 episodes each 8-10 minutes long.
MB: And after watching the trailer, I have to ask about the whisk. Did Freddie get salmonella?
SJ: Freddie probably would have caught salmonella, if it weren’t for the many distractions that came his way that morning!
MB: Awesome! I can’t wait to see what else happens!