Entries Tagged with ‘Series’

My Roommate the Cylon

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

Sorry for the lack of communication or posts recently. We've been focusing on our newest web series, a comedy spinoff of one of favorite TV shows, Battlestar Galactica. It's called My Roommate The Cylon. It just launched tonight with Episode ...

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How are CBS Sitcoms Clobbering Everyone Else?

Friday, November 21st, 2008

The Hollywood Reporter headlined yesterday that CBS comedies Old Christine and Gary Unmarried hit season viewership highs this past week. I just don't get it. I want to be open to comedy and concepts that I don't get, but these ...

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Working Your Way Up the New Media Pyramid

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

NewTeeVee is covering a question I've been thinking about for a while now: do traditional celebrities help or hinder web series? Do you have to be (or have signed) a celebrity to make a web series work? Have ...

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Mad Men Fan Art

Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

Everyone here knows my great love for the Emmy-winning show Mad Men, which results in my following of their marketing-type activities like Mad Men Twitterers and the like. I stumbled upon an illustrator who shares my passion for the 1960's advertising ...

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N Came and Went, But What Did it Mean?

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

I've lauded Stephen King's N. as the best web series I'd seen in a long time, but it ended with an awkward "okay, that's done now." Now what? As a fan, what am I supposed to do? Buy the book? ...

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Mad Men Twitter Accounts Suspended!

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

AMC enacted their copyright and had Twitter suspend the accounts associated with their Mad Men characters. There are a lot of bloggers up-in-arms about this, as bloggers can be (read: "The DMCA sucks!" "Burn copyrights!" "Anarchy!"). Bloggers, who tend ...

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1962, Meet 2008: Mad Men Characters are Twittering

Monday, August 25th, 2008

One of my favorite shows on TV, AMC's Mad Men is getting bigger audiences in season 2, and treating them to an expanded look into the lives of the [fictional] ad world of 1962. The tone is pitch-perfect, the characters ...

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Holy Applebox! ‘Mad Men’ Cast the Next NBA Dream Team?

Friday, August 8th, 2008

I've heard of actors having to deal with height differences on set, but this is ridiculous. According to a rolling promo window on the Hulu home page, the cast of Mad Men are a bunch of giants. Imagine ...

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SNLers Get in “Line”

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

The tsunami of online content can be overwhelming, so I am especially aware of online series catches and holds my attention. Bill Hader and Jason Sudeikis of SNL and other recognizable comedians team up in The Line, from Crackle.com. I had heard ...

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TNT Went All-In on Lucky Chance and Busted

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

[Originally written for TubeFilter.tv.] Half advertisement, half action series, TNT’s new short-form series Lucky Chance is a high-speed romp through a what feels like a student film inspired by the fast editing style, one-liner quipping actors, and outlandish mobsters in Guy ...

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