Thursday September 6, 2012

At a glance

What: "H+," a 48-part, 255-minute digital series that includes action scenes, visual effects and international settings. It is meant to be nonlinear, leaving episode order choice up to the viewer. (A sliding timeline helps chart to the plot.)

Who: Produced by Bryan Singer, the director of "The Usual Suspects" and "X-Men," as well as the executive producer of the TV drama, "House."

When: Debuted on YouTube in August and updates with a new 4- to 7-minute episode every Wednesday, a pace that will take its run into January.