McTucky Fried High is a new animated web series brought to you by illustrator, filmmaker and activist Robert Carnilius. It aims to explore issues surrounding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer teens through a comedic channel.
Last week ‘Saturday Night Live”s Vanessa Bayer brought her witty insults and judgmental attitude to Governor’s Ball as part of her new web series “Sound Advice”. This week the youtube media life coach lends her bad advice to Tegan & Sara, who seem less than amused as Bayer throws around insults towards their recent Oreo and Lego Movie songs. Throughout the episode the duo surprisingly keep it together, while they exchange awkward, annoyed glances as Bayer grills them on lyrics and self-esteem issues. This episode features a bonus appearance by fun.’s Jack Antonoff who acts as the comedienne’s disheartened intern. More
Since it is 2014 and television shows have developed a Marvel Comics complex wherein no one ever actually dies, it seems as though faltered NBC comedy “Community” may be getting a revival. More
Is the upcoming web series “K&A” Boston’s version of “Broad City”? The series’ trailer certainly suggests a similar vibe. Both shows feature two dynamic, twenty-something female leads as they navigate relationships and early careers. In the early marketing for “K&A,” its leads Karly and Alex are described as “dysfunctional, day drunk and doomed.” Considering the media’s recent infatuation with dysfunctional characters of Karly and Alex’s age, (“Girls,” “Broad City,” “The Mis-adventures of an Awkward Black Girl,” “Two Broke Girls,” “New Girl,” “For a Good Time, Call”…) the “K&A” arrival to the scene feels well-timed.