‘SanFranLand’ wants so badly to be something it’s not
Its characters are the archetypes refined by decades of studios’ market research: the ditz, the solid one, the man-eater.
Meet the comedic Rain Man behind ‘Dayne’s World’
Dayne Rathbone is the funniest comedian you’ve never heard of.
Ranking the BBC’s 9 comedy pilots
Competition is especially fierce this year as the network is going digital-only by next fall.
Seth MacFarlane sued over claims that he stole the idea for ‘Ted’
The creators of the series claim that Ted has many qualities in common with their star.
Meet the former Boy Scout behind Boy Scouts webseries ‘Camp Abercorn’
Eagle Scout and independent filmmaker Jeffrey Simon is a successful product of the Boy Scouts of America—he just can't be a part of the organization anymore.
NBC’s ‘Last Comic Standing’ adds exclusive content to Soundcloud
The best part? Not having to deal with the judges.
With ‘Spaceship Florida,’ Florida Man gets the webseries he deserves
Florida is truly the AWESOM-O 4000 of weird, nationally syndicated, local news stories.
10 Monty Python sketches to look for in their ‘live (mostly)’ reunion show
From the Ministry of Silly Walks to the Argument Clinic, we've got 'em all.
‘The Skeleton Twins’ could be Bill Hader’s best role to date
It looks as if the President of Hollywood has finally decided to let Bill Hader catch a break.
Jim Gaffigan guest stars in new webseries ‘Teachers Lounge’
There’s no better way to get your webseries noticed than by filling it with stars.
Season 4 of ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ features more of the same Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld promises the series won't make the jump to TV.
In week 2, Mario Batali breathes life into ‘High Road’ Hulu webseries
At first, it seemed the show insisted on denying its foodie heart.
Chelsea Handler talk show coming to Netflix in 2016
The comedian's current show, Chelsea Lately, will end in August.
The ‘OITNB’ Litchfield prison is fake, but the conditions are very real
No TV magic necessary here, unfortunately.
Google is highlighting YouTube success stories
The YouTube Creator Stories series offers data points, but what else?
This webseries takes the crown for most absurd product placement
The group is left with a shameful testament to a poor early career choice, basically an advertisement that they are open for business
Webseries ‘Oh, You Pretty Things’ falls flat on its gorgeous face
You’d love to think that the choice in title was an ironic jab at the people the show portrays, but it appears unlikely that anyone involved in this is bright enough for that sort of subtlety.