Oh yes, cue the Star Wars intro and then move on to the reason why over a million people actually like this. It’s got nothing to do with Star Wars. A filibuster? Awesome! Let the filibustering begin!
A TV Series that broadcasts its episodes over the internet.
This is exactly I think about every time something real shitty happens. What if I could rewind my memory…so that even the shitty moments are actually incredibly funny instead! Oh no….it’s happening!!!
If you haven’t heard of ‘Shit Girls Say,’ I hate to break it to you, but you might not be hip. Creators Kyle Humphrey & Graydon Sheppard worked their ass off to gain over 700,000 followers on twitter until they had a large enough following to start their web series.
It’s such a simple concept, it’s no wonder that there are countless off-chutes of the show.
The Twilight phenomenon has no doubt had a profound effect on teens today. In case you haven’t noticed, “Teen Werewolf” groups are now popping up as yet another outcast click to join. Emos and goths be warned.
And with the new fad comes a new YouTube sensation called AlphaWerewolff- is he overly sensitive and mistakenly hilarious? Or is he an elaborate character created to mock Twilight fans?
Felicia Day – known for The Guild and other web awesomeness – is striking out with a new webseries Dragon Age II: Redepmtion that starts March 8th.
Guys, lets face it. Getting a hot girl’s phone number can be one of the trickiest obstacles to overcome on a night out. ‘Digits’ is a show that knows this and even aims to help you “get some digits.”
Even if you don’t find the info useful there’s plenty of eye candy and awkward moments to laugh at.
Dial Star is NBC’s latest web series directed by Fred Gerber (“Desperate Housewives,” “Greek,” “90210″), written by Aury Wallington (“Sex and the City,” “Veronica Mars”), and even includes appearances by the beautiful 90210 star AnnaLynne McCord.
Being part Indian myself, I find it shameful when Bollywood rips-off American films and turns them into embarrassing musicals.
This trailer for the indian “Halo” had me furious at first, but then I came to find out that it was actually IGN’s April Fools joke. Phew!
Drunk History is a FunnyOrDie web series that has only recently come to my attention now that it airs on Fridays on HBO.
The concept of the show is pretty simple: get a celebrity drunk and then get them to tell a historical event.
CraveOnline’s new web series Fanboy Funhouse is sure to satisfy the inner-geek in all of us. Every two-weeks the show focuses on the latest in movies, comics, gaming, and gadgets.
Oh, and did I mention there’s a crazy puppets involved?