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Top 5 Unscripted Digital Series You Need to Watch

August 9, 2017

Digital networks are well known for their scripted masterpieces, but what are often the unsung heroes of streaming are reality series. To help keep your viewing habits up to date, VideoInk has created this list of groundbreaking reality shows that fill each one of your binge-watching needs. From being spinoffs of already popular shows, to having millions of viewers, to offering content you can’t seem to find any where else on the web, these projects will quickly become some of your favorites.

2. Lipstick Empire

Any business-minded feminist will want to put “Lipstick Empire” on their must-watch list. A new addition to the Warner Bros Digital Network, Stage 13, the show follows Lora Arellano and Dana Bomar, the co-founders and CEOs of Melt Cosmetics. Steering clear of the clichéd drama that normally plagues female-centered reality shows, “Lipstick Empire” focuses on the fast-paced, high-staked life that comes with running one of the biggest independent makeup brands in existence. The series is set to debut this fall and can be streamed via Facebook, YouTube, or on Stage13.com completely free.

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