Literary web series Classic Alice today premiered its twelfth arc, inspired by George Eliot's novel Silas Marner. Main character Alice, played by show creator/writer/star Kate Hackett, is a college student who makes life decisions according to the actions of characters in classic literature, and this month she'll take on Eliot's tale of isolation, redemption, and community. The first episode of the Silas Marner arc, "Count That Day Lost," is now live on Classic Alice's YouTube channel, and new episodes premiere each Tuesday and Thursday at 9 a.m. PST.
Classic Alice also has an exciting milestone coming up this month - the show's one hundredth episode will air during the Silas Marner arc! “It’s been an awesome (long!) ride to get to 100 episodes and we're so grateful to the fans for sticking with us along the way. I am so, so proud of everyone who put their hard work into the show. Congratulations!” says Hackett. The show will have a special treat for fans to celebrate this landmark, so this is the perfect time to make sure you're all caught up!
New episodes appear on the show's YouTube channel every Tuesday and Thursday at 9 a.m. PST.