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– by Kyle Malone

Michael Nardelli is one of the minds behind the new series, Dark/Web. Not only is he behind the scenes writing and being an executive producer, but he’s also in front of the camera as an actor. The series hit the Amazon Prime streaming service back in July and Nardelli has been busy promoting the show.

In a recent interview with Afterbuzz TV Nardelli discussed Dark/Web. Those of you that have been following LRM’s coverage of the series know that it takes the idea of an anthology series and mates it with a traditional series with an overarching storyline. Nardelli likens the show to a large puzzle in this interview.

When asked about the inspiration for Dark/Web Nardelli mentions that he and Executive Producers Mario Miscione and Tim Nardelli, who all worked together on Circle, were looking for an opportunity to be more ambitious. He talks about his love of anthology shows from the past like The Twilight Zone, which recently enjoyed a revival from Jordan Peele.

Dark/Web is available to stream on Amazon Prime and tells the story of a genius programmer’s mysterious disappearance that leads to the reunion of old friends and the discovery that the strange stories she left behind may point to an impending technological crisis. The series stars Michael Nardelli, Brian Elerding, Lana McKissack, and Noemi Gonzalez.

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Kyle is the Weekend Editor for LRM Online and a business school graduate who loves movies, comics, and video games. He shares his passions with his wife and is raising a next-generation geek.