Watch episode two of the ‘Girls’-parodying web series ‘Bros’
Watch the Premiere of ‘Burning Love’ Season Two | Vulture
Conan O’Brien’s Serious Web Series 'Serious Jibber-Jabber' Launches With Edmund Morris, Pulitzer-Winning Historian | Huff Post Comedy
47-minutes long! Can I get this in audio podcast form?
Watch a Longer Promo for Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Webseries (via Crackle)
Premiering July 19 at 9pm EDT.
Preview: Jerry Seinfeld’s new web show 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' (by Crackle)
Also known as, ‘Jerry Seinfeld Has Better Cars Than You’.
This is like that fake-FX Auror TV show, except these fans are using Kickstarter to make it into a web series. As BuzzFeed points out, let’s hope they don’t get shut down by Warner Bros. for copyright infringement. Regardless, this trailer is pretty kick ass.
Turns out the question really is when. 4 awesome words say it all: Inspector Spacetime web series.
Word out of the Gallifrey One Doctor Whoconvention is that there is going to be a web series of Community's Who-parody showInspector Spacetime. It sounds like it won’t be Donald Glover and Danny Pudi in the starring roles, however. Travis Richey, who plays the Inspector on the show within a show will be producing six episodes. [bessyboo via Charlie Jane]
A student who moonlights as a government operative. A social game that moonlights as a TV series. This will be an interesting experiment.
Meet the Cast of LeBron James’s Animated Series for Kids and Adults That Is In Fact A Real Thing | Videogum via Vulture
That’s the plan: EW has learned exclusively that Sutherland will follow up his critically-beloved run on 24 with a web series that’ll bow on Hulu this March. Dubbed The Confession, the 10 five-to-seven-minute webisodes will feature Sutherland as a hitman who has a theological discussion with a priest (John Hurt of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) about why his victims deserved to die. The series, which was written and directed by Brad Mirman, has a shocking ending.
Zoolander, the fashion plate played by Ben Stiller in his 2001 comedy of the same name, is one of two characters that Mr. Stiller will portray in a series of Web-based digital shorts for Paramount Digital Entertainment.
An animated “Zoolander” project and a series called “Billy Glimmer: Entertainer of the Century” will be the first properties that Red Hour Films, the production company run by Mr. Stiller and Stuart Cornfeld, will develop for Paramount as part of a two-year deal that was announced on Wednesday.
Between this and Napoleon Dynamite, the Anchorman: Animated Series can’t be too far away.