Quick Clicks: ‘The Guild’ on Netflix, Andy Dick’s ‘House Arrest’, ‘VendrTV’, Epic Wedding Trailer

The Guild is heading to Netflix starting February 1st, with Seasons 1 and 2 of the über-popular comedy series edited together, and available for continuous movie-style viewing. So if you have a PS3 instead of an XBox, you can finally watch it on in HD goodness without loading up the browser. As for Season 3 (above), the DVD will be available for $14.95 on February 15 on Amazon, and presumably on Netflix not too long after. It's also available on iTunes, with the first three episodes of Season 1 free of charge—as if you weren't hooked already. [Netflix,] Happy Birthday VendrTV - the darling web series of street foodies around the country is turning one year old next month and is throwing a birthday party on Feb 12 in New York City. Banging out 50 episodes across 12 states, and signing on with web studio Next New Networks, their first year has given plenty to celebrate. Naturally, there will
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RedLever Acquires ‘Bunco Moms’, ‘One-on-One With John Salley’

RedLever, the branded entertainment production company who you may remember from the TRESemmé-branded The Shop Girls of Madison Lane, announced today that they're picking up the rights to two new web series - Bunco Moms and One-on-One With John Salley. One-on-One With John Salley is an interview show hosted by, well, retired basketball player and four-time NBA champion John Salley. It looks like Salley has stayed active since retiring — he seems to show up all over the place — so doing a web show with celebrities in sports, film, music, etc. doesn't seem like too much of a stretch. Personally, I preferred House Arrest With Andy Dick but seeing as Andy Dick is (hopefully) not on house arrest any longer, I'll watch One-on-One With John Salley to scratch my celebrity itch.
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