Web TV Series Category

A TV Series that broadcasts its episodes over the internet.

Posted in: News, Video On Demand and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on March 31, 2010

If you’re a fan of concept cars then Scion’s new show Reinvent The Wheels may become your latest vice.

The concept is simple: 3 different car designers team up with professional garages to make the most creative car. At the end, the winner takes home $30,000.
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Posted in: News, Video On Demand and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on March 29, 2010

The Hungry Beast is somewhat of a bastard child of all the regular news on TV in Australia. Every week, the show re-examines the latest stories and usually addresses some details that the major media ignores.

You don’t have to be Australian to find their segments thought-provoking.
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Posted in: News, Video On Demand and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on March 28, 2010

The Videomakers is a mockumentary web series that goes behind the scenes of a fictional reality TV production company called “Lowball Productions.”

The show’s concept is great- it’s about damn time somebody made a series about how exploitative reality TV shows are. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for other aspects of the show.
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Posted in: News and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on March 26, 2010

Ranked #58 of the most subscribed comedians on YouTube, The Annoying Orange is the series about the everyday life of a very aggravating citrus.

Complete with weird teeth, big eyes, no nose and squeaky voice, this comedy will have you laughing like a kid again.
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Posted in: News and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on February 21, 2010

‘Very Mary-Kate’ parodies the bizarre life of Mary-Kate Olsen and the crazy antics she gets into after moving away from her sister.

Not the real Mary-Kate Olsen of course, but that really doesn’t matter when you’re laughing at how immature she acts.
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Posted in: News and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on February 17, 2010

So you’ve got your new iPhone or Android but you have no idea what apps to get for it? No problem! AppJudgement is a web series that breaks down only the best apps each week and gives you their 2 cents on them.

No longer will you have to sift through 1000’s of useless phone applications only to be constantly let down.
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Posted in: News and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on February 17, 2010

The problem with most stand-up comedy on TV is that it’s usually censored. What’s even worse is that if you don’t like a comic, tough. You have to wait until their entire set is finished.

ROFL eliminates both of these problems by providing a compilation of the best local comedy acts in major US cities every week. You might even recognize a few of them…
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Posted in: News and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on February 15, 2010

Bert Monroy has written several book on graphic designing in the past, and more recently, he started the web series PixelPerfect.

You don’t have to be a Photoshop guru to follow these tutorials. In fact, it’s better if you aren’t.
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Posted in: News and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on February 15, 2010

AnimeTV is the niche web series to watch for hard-core anime fans. Every week they review new series, hold interviews with creators in Japanese animation, and even ask viewers to give their opinions.

And if that isn’t enough for you, the show is hosted by one of the original Power Rangers.
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Posted in: News and Web TV Series by Iman Peera on February 15, 2010

Ella Morton, who you may recognize from online news sources like CNET and Rocketboom has started her own comedy series titled ‘The Elegant Guide’ which pokes fun at the old female stereotypes.

If the ideal model female of the 1960’s was still relevant in today’s world, these are the types of PSA’s that women would be shown.
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