Walking in Circles

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Walking in Circles
Genre Comedy / Fantasy
Created by Adam Rady
James Rodehaver
Written by James Rodehaver
Directed by Adam Rady
Starring Eric Radic
Jonah Priour
Katie Wilson
Adam Rady
Voices of Piotr Walczuk as Slithalazalamazar
Composer(s) Brianna Keihle
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 19
Production
Executive producer(s) Adam Rady
James Rodehaver
Producer(s) Jared Hoy
Location(s) Los Angeles, CA
Editor(s) Adam Rady
Running time Season 2 57:17
Release
Original release 2011 – 2015
External links
Website

Walking in Circles is an American comedy web series created by Adam Rady and James Rodehaver. The show revolves around a group of adventurers on a quest to slay Sithalazalamazar, a dragon who had previously killed one of the adventurer's fathers. The series has been described by its creators as "The Office meets Lord of the Rings."[1] The show itself follows a mockumentary format, featuring "whip-smart dialogue"[2] with much of the humor derived from role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons.

The series premiered on YouTube on July 19, 2011. The remaining ten episodes were released on a weekly basis via YouTube. The creators are currently gathering funding for a second season.

In 2016, the series won the award for Best Fantasy Series at the Vancouver Web Series Festival.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ \Hey #97 - Adam Rady Co-creator of Walking in Cricles Hey with Dane Golden
  2. ^ Webseries Spotlight: Walking in Circles- Nerds in Babeland
  3. ^ 23, Julianna Cummins March; 2016. "Riftworld, Sudden Master win at Vancouver Web Fest". Retrieved 2016-04-07.