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1. Californication (2007–2014)
TV-MA | 28 min | Comedy, Drama
A self-loathing, alcoholic writer attempts to repair his damaged relationships with his daughter and her mother while combating sex addiction, a budding drug problem, and the seeming inability to avoid making bad decisions.
3. The Guild (2007– )
4 min | Comedy
The show revolves around the lives of online guild, The Knights of Good, who play countless hours of an unnamed MMORPG video game. The story focuses on Codex, the guild's Priestess, who ... See full summary »
6. Fresh Hell (2011– )
Popular actor Brent Spiner, who plays himself in this web-series, becomes the most hated person in the business after "an incident" and must rebuild his career from the bottom up all over again. His porn star neighbor Dakota helps him.
7. Rubberhead (2014 TV Movie)
47 min | Comedy
Sarah Silverman hosts the first episode of Rubberhead - a night of comedy shorts featuring some of her favorite performers. With comedy from Nathan Barnatt, Jade Catta-Preta, Michael ... See full summary »
Writers: Michael Daniel Cassady, Aaron Chrenen, Andrew Deyoung, David Dineen-Porter, Keegan-Michael Key, Ben Lepley, Jake Lieberman, Jordan Peele, Paul Rust, Sarah Silverman, Armen Weitzman, Harris Wittels, Charlyne Yi | Directors: Mike Relm, Richard Schreiber, Ryan Polito, Andrew Deyoung, David Dineen-Porter, Dean Fleischer-Camp, Rob Schrab, Stoney Sharp, Eric Wareheim, Charlyne Yi | Stars: 2 Chainz, Casey Ford Alexander, Nathan Barnatt, Jack Bornoff
11. The Real Housewives of Horror (2013– )
"The Real Housewives of Horror" is a mock reality show that follows the lives of women married to iconic horror slashers, reformed or otherwise; and like the women of Orange County and New ... See full summary »
13. Squatters (2010– )
8 min | Comedy
Set in present day Manhattan, this comedy follows the absurd lives of two 20-somethings who becoming fed up with the hiked-up cost of living, vow to squat for an entire year.
23. Clinical Trials (2015 TV Mini-Series)
Clinical Trials is a single camera comedy series about the patients and staff at Cornerstone Laboratories; a research facility for testing as yet unproven pharmaceuticals. The patients are ... See full summary »
28. Pretty Dead Things (2006)
92 min | Horror
Film star Jennifer Bond has everything a girl could want: looks, power, a dangerously sexy boyfriend - and an eternity in which to enjoy them. But as her 50th birthday draws near, Jennifer ... See full summary »
31. Cocktails with Stan (2012– )
Hosts Jenna Busch and legendary Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee enjoy fancy cocktails with celebrities Felicia Day, Nathan Fillion, Lou Ferrigno, Seth Green, and many more while they discuss comics and pop culture.
32. The 1st Annual Streamy Awards (2009 TV Special)
122 min | Reality-TV
Writers: Brady Brim-DeForest, Marc Hustvedt, Drew Baldwin, Jeff Macpherson, Jim Bruce, Jamison M. Tilsner, Rafi Fine, Benny Fine, Luke Schreiber | Director: Gary Smith | Stars: Alex Albrecht, Arriane Alexander, Drew Baldwin, Zoë Bell
34. Viral Video Showdown (2012– )
60 min | Reality-TV
Viral Video Showdown features the greatest viral video creators on the planet going head-to-head in an epic battle for bragging rights and a cash prize.
35. The Webventures of Justin & Alden (2010– )
Two struggling actors decide their path to fame lies in making a web series, and set out on an epic road trip to crash The Streamy Awards and find their dream leading lady, The Guild's Felicia Day.
39. The Real Cool Club (2009– )
50 min | Comedy, Talk-Show
Real Cool People, Real Cool News, Real Cool Things. The show that puts you in control. The Real Cool Club is a comedic talk-show where viewers can interact live and give live suggestions to... See full summary »
The Legend of Neil (2008– )
40 Acres and a Zol
12 min | Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
Together Neil and Tyrelda fight monsters on the battlefield and dance their way out of trouble. Neil returns to the Fairy, only to discover her children have been captured. Originally broadcast as Season 3, episode 4.