College-Chronicling Web Series I Love College Takes Top Spot on Amazon Studios

I Love College is the most popular user-generated project on Amazon Studios in its first full day on the site. A recent college graduate created the surprise online hit.


Williamsburg, VA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/26/2013 -- I Love College made a splash on its debut day on Amazon Studios, catapulting to the second most popular Amazon project out of over 1,000 – and the most popular user-generated project. The web series, launched last December, has already amassed nearly 80,000 YouTube views and featured on with a 90% funny rating. Amazon Studios, a division of, is redefining independent sitcoms and features with its open-door policy of submitting scripts and videos, and allowing universal collaboration and feedback from users. Last week, fourteen Amazon originals were released for users to watch for free – and have tasked viewers to vote on which pilots should have full season orders and have become the most watched TV shows on Amazon.

I Love College was produced by Snow Wood Productions, an independent production company headquartered in Williamsburg, Virginia.

“I’m stunned and thrilled at the early response!” said Francisco Bustamante, the show’s co-creator. “Amazon Studios has clearly marked a shift in television programming and how smaller fish can compete in the bigger ponds of Hollywood, so I’m honored I Love College has resonated with this savvy crowd.”

I Love College is shot in mockumentary style with quirky flashbacks and honest interview scenes. I Love College will do for school comedies what The Office and Modern Family have done for workplace and home-life comedies, but with that special, coming-of-age edge that will definitely prove college was, is, and will always be “the best years of your life you can’t remember.”

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About Snow Wood Productions
Snow Wood Productions is an award-winning boutique production house based in Williamsburg, Virginia. Snow Wood has several productions in development.

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