Fans of ABC’s October Road now have venue where they can share their own stories about lost loves and friendships.

Last week, the network launched “Meet Me on October Road,” a microsite on that gives viewers the opportunity to post anecdotes online.  From the network’s home page, visitors can access the microsite by clicking on a link, after which a short introduction set against an autumn scene loads on the screen.  The introduction ends with a video clip of Nick Garrett (Bryan Greenberg) and Hannah Daniels (Laura Prepon) dealing with their own reconnection.  Visitors are also invited to submit their stories.

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In order to post a story, visitors only have to register and provide basic information.  Posted entries can be browsed without registration.

In a unique presentation, entries posted can be accessed by clicking on the autumn leaves scattered at the bottom of the page.  The site itself allow posters and readers alike to ponder the question posed by the show: “Can you ever really go home again?”

Executive-produced by Scott Rosenberg, Josh Appelbaum and Andrew Nemec, October Road is a drama series on ABC that shows the struggles of a successful writer when he returns to his hometown after being away for 10 years.  He must do much to reconnect with his friends and family, considering they’re not all too happy with the way he depicted them in his best-selling novel.  One of the most challenging tasks he is facing now is trying to find a way to recapture what he had with his old flame.

Apart from Greenberg and Prepon, October Road also stars Geoff Stults as Eddie Latekka, Tom Berenger as “The Commander,” Brad William Henke as Owen Rowan, Jay Paulson as “Physical Phil,” Evan Jones as Ikey, Slade Pierce as Sam, Warren Christie as Ray Cataldo, Odette Yustman as Aubrey, Rebecca Field as Janet and Lindy Booth as “Pizza Girl.”

October Road airs Monday nights at 10pm on ABC.

-Lisa Claustro, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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