A Deaf theatre director searches for the perfect actress. In his journey to complete the show's cast, he goes through disasters and struggles that life throws at him. It may be a little difficult to see in this picture (we can't make it any bigger) but the main character has a cochlear implant and signs. Strong language.
Tom Scott vlogs about travel, his thoughts on different topics, and more. He has a series within a series called "Amazing Places." His captioning indicates he is semi-committed, with multiple gaps but the gaps are not severe enough to leave him off Captioned Web TV. Just make sure you look on his videos listing page for the ones that have captions. Who knew that the world's largest waterpark was in Germany?
Kat Blaque vlogs about transgender issues, and a smattering of other topics. She is what we would have to call semi-committed to captioning because while she captions plenty of her videos, there are some gaps.It looks like she first dabbled in captioning about a year ago, so to find her older videos you will need to go to her videos page and scroll way down.
Take an awkward not-quite-a-hunk single sign language interpreter who can't seem to get a date (or keep a relationship going) and what do you have? A funny deaf web series! One interpreter remarked that it is a little too close to home! This series has over 1,600 subscribers! Subscribing is easy - sign in with a Google account and click the "Subscribe" button. Main channel:
How do you like your literature served up to you? Straight-forward or with a gangsta take? Forget Cliff Notes, this is Thug Notes. Never saw "Lord of the Flies" described this way before! Or the "Great Gatsby" for that matter.
In this unique web series, each video is just one minute long at most. Some don't even go for 30 seconds. Every week a different topic is focused on. The "stars" are a group of legal women and their men.
Lauren Fairweather blogs about a mixed bag of topics, particularly music and crafts. She has vlogged about Harry Potter crafts (who knew that existed?), her favorite Etsy shops, craft jewelry, Lauren started captioning in April 2015 and has been committed ever since.
You can find a channel about just about any topic on YouTube. Even hairstyles. That's right, there's a whole channel just for hairstyles for girls. Who knew there was so much interest in playing with dead skin (which is what hair is actually. Google it).
Who said real books were dead? Even in the age of the ebook, plenty of folks still read - and review - real books! You know, the kind that have turnable paper pages and hard covers. She also reviews comic books. Rincey is so committed to captioning that below her video she announces closed captioning is available!
Franchesa Ramsey discusses race and racism in this weekly web series for MTV News. Topics have ranged from "if famous movie stars were black," an episode in which black actors re-enact famous scenes, to police brutality. In one episode she interviews people at Vidcon, asking about blacks on YouTube and other current racial issues. Captioning is slightly delayed.
Note: Franchesa is a YouTuber with her own channel, at Chescaleigh.
In this science fiction web series, someone knocks on the door of a young woman and sets in motion a series of events. It turns out she has a tracking unit. It is unclear if she is human or a robot. Captions are imperfect, but understandable. Seven episodes, all captioned.
Take a broken iPhone named Freddie that sends paranormal tweets, a teenage girl, and spirits, and what do you have? Tweet the Series. All of season 1 is closed captioned, and most of season 2 except for the last two episodes which are missing captions.
"The Dirty Bag Black" created and directed by Mauro Aragoni is a violent and raw Spaghetti Western. The director pays homage and takes the old school of the great Sergio Leone while taking into line his personal style dark and horror. Four episodes, each episodes 10 minutes or more in length.
In this funny short series, Disney bad guys try to get into Heaven any way they can. From Above Average. The trailer is not closed captioned; only the episodes are captioned. The bad guys are not animated here; they are played by human actors. The screenshot below is from the video with Ursula, a Little Mermaid bad woman. They had us at "bull shrimp."