The 8 best webseries that made it to television
Over the last decade, a new phenomenon started occurring that has changed the landscape of how television shows make it to air these days. And that vehicle is today’s commonplace. The “webseries” has become not only a proof-of-concept, but a way to build an audience and a way both ... [Read More]
The 8 best webseries that made it to television
Over the last decade, a new phenomenon started occurring that has changed the landscape of how television shows make it to air these days. And that vehicle is today’s commonplace. The “webseries” has become not only a proof-of-concept, but a way to build an audience and a way both ... [Read More]
The 8 best webseries that made it to television
Over the last decade, a new phenomenon started occurring that has changed the landscape of how television shows make it to air these days. And that vehicle is today’s commonplace. The “webseries” has become not only a proof-of-concept, but a way to build an audience and a way both ... [Read More]
The 8 best webseries that made it to television
Over the last decade, a new phenomenon started occurring that has changed the landscape of how television shows make it to air these days. And that vehicle is today’s commonplace. The “webseries” has become not only a proof-of-concept, but a way to build an audience and a way both ... [Read More]
IFC will air half-hour collection of Comedy Crib shorts in late-night TV fall 2016
Short-form comedy segments in late-night TV all are the rage now, as IFC becomes the third cable channel to jump into the field, announcing today that its Comedy Crib collection of more than two dozen webseries will begin airing on TV come Fall 2016. The weekly half-hour episodes of Comedy Crib will... [Read More]
Louis C.K. explains “Horace and Pete”
Wondering what all the fuss is about regarding Louis CK's new project, Horace and Pete? Here's an explanation from the comedian and creator himself: Hello friend guy lady or other, Some of you are aware that, last Saturday, I launched a new series on my site louisck.net called “Horace and... [Read More]
#TBT goes back to the future in new Comedy Central concept video
It's Throwback Thursday. Tomorrow is Flashback Friday. If you think reliving past memories and sharing them via social media is something, then get a load of what happens when Dana Gould plays a mad scientist who gives comedians Barbara Gray and Whitney Teubner fancy futuristic phones that can trans... [Read More]
If you’ve got a webseries pitch, you can win a free trip to the 2016 Montreal Just For Laughs Festival
Do you have a webseries? Want to get it in front of industry? JFL 2015’s got your ticket. Here’s all of the details you need to know. CBC Punchline, Canada’s online comedy channel who’s joined up with this year’s Just For Laughs Festival for the 2015 edition of Beyond T... [Read More]
HBO’s 4/20 gift to Vimeo’s “High Maintenance” is a six-episode TV series order
Gizmodo has called High Maintenance "the greatest show not on television." Not anymore. HBO ordered a six-episode run of the Vimeo webseries on Monday -- April 20, aka 4/20, aka the high holy day for stoners -- to follow the adventures of a friendly Brooklyn pot dealer. "High Maintenance has proven ... [Read More]
Maria Bamford, Melinda Hill’s Funny Or Die series The Program features Jerry Minor, Oscar Nunez and more as Debtors Anonymous members (Videos)
Maria Bamford is leading a new kind of 12-Step program in her new Funny or Die webseries The Program. In the first episode, Bamford’s character Peace introduces us to her Debtors Anonymous group filled with compulsive debtors from varied walks of life– a former sex worker (co-creator Mel... [Read More]