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Comedy TV is Dead is a blog dedicated to profiling and reviewing comedy web-series. You can read more or contact us about your amazing new web-series here.

One week ago today, we featured the first episode of Squaresville – the award...

Recently I was watching a promising and soulful but technically flawed web-series, The Ramblers....

There are a lot of stupid people on the internet – stupid, unfunny, socially...

  • The wonderful and frightening world of gaming culture is held up to the microscope in Felicia Day’s The Guild which recently finished its sixth season. The pioneering and acutely observed web series has set the bar for success, as even the king geek himself Joss Whedon cites The Guild as an inspiration for Doctor Horrible’s [...]

  • One week ago today, we featured the first episode of Squaresville – the award winning comedy written and directed by Matt Enlow. Episode 1 made it to our much-vaunted list of great embedded stuff because of how hard it hits you with its perfect blend of irreverent, natural dialogue, delicate character building, beautiful cinematography and [...]

  • Although it isn’t breaking news, it is interesting news that this years nominations for the Steamy Awards have been announced. Check out all the comedy nominations below. Who’s your favourite to win? Best Male Performance – Comedy Ken Marino, Burning Love Amir Blumenfeld, Jake and Amir Jeff Lewis, The Jeff Lewis 5-Minute Comedy Hour Brad [...]

  • So Smosh – the two person youtube “comedy sensation” has at last overtaken Ray William Johnson, the one person youtube “wanker”. I’m quoting myself of course. Both times. Boasting more than 6,800,000 subscribers, Smosh’s growth over the last six months has been solid and consistent, like a well placed stool in the Youtube bowl. To our [...]

  • On tuesday Kurt reviewed an excellent little short form British web-series called The Art of Awkward Conversation. It’s like manageable bites of a prime time sketch-show, which keeps things fresh, interesting and importantly for a modern audience: on demand. It stars the energetic, occasionally neurotic Paul (Jack Whitam) alongside his more stable companion Claire (Charlotte [...]

  • Whole Day Down – the incredibly surreal pre-apocolyptic-mocku-fly-on-the-docu-wall-mentary (read, hilarious webseries) starring Willie Garson and Patrick Breen as sort of themselves may have ended before it’s time, way back when in February 2012 – but don’t be sad! If all goes to plan and their Series 2 Kickstarter campaign is a success then presumably … [...]

  • There are a lot of stupid people on the internet – stupid, unfunny, socially awkward and annoying (and probably ugly) people. You can tell when you’ve run into one because they tend to type the loudest. I think there’s a saying about empty Vessels and unfunny people that can be applied but I can’t be [...]

  • These are the five comedy shows nominated at this years Indie Soap Awards – this will be the 4th annual award ceremony by the ISN, an independent “community of artists … dedicated to creating and celebrating excellence in scripted, serialized TV content … that prioritizes artistic merit and social messaging.” The ISN was established with [...]

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  • Interview: Tom Melia

    On tuesday Kurt reviewed an excellent little short form British web-series called The Art of Awkward Conversation. It’s like manageable bites of a prime time sketch-show, which keeps things fresh, interesting and importantly for a modern audience: on demand. It stars the energetic, occasionally neurotic Paul (Jack Whitam) alongside his more stable companion Claire (Charlotte

    Interview: Tom Melia
  • Interview: Samuell Benta

    Kicking off the new year in style, I managed to blag an interview with the creative force behind one of last years most exciting British webshows – All about the McKenzies. You can read about it here, or watch it here courtesy of Blip. Samuell is no stranger to the web scene, working with the

    Interview: Samuell Benta
  • Interview: McCormick Sweeney

    In December I, on behalf of Comedy TV is Dead (the brilliant and esteemed site you read now) reviewed Mediocracy – a webseries that truly surprised; with its strong cast, snappy directing and biting, satirical script, each 20 or so minute episode flew by – no small feat online where conventional wisdom will tell you

    Interview: McCormick Sweeney

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