New Web Series of the Day: Ask A Slave

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Ask A Slave is a comedy web series directed by Jordan Black based on the actress' time working as a living history character at the popular historic site, George Washington's Mount Vernon. All questions and interactions are based on true events.

Watch Episode 2 here.

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Okay, it's not actually a series yet as this is the first installment, but Chris Kipiniak's dramatic reading of this one-star Yelp! review is a stellar first act, of which many more will hopefully follow.

[gawker]

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Above Average Network is back with episode 5 of The Front Desk. This one features Fred Armisen, who may or may not punch a cat -- just watch.

(Previously.)

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Web Series Trailer of the Day

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Presenting The Silent City, a crowd-funded, post-apocalyptic zombie web series that premieres online July 1. There will be five episodes.

From the project's Kickstarter page (which features all kinds of cool behind-the-scenes action):

When an unexplained event decimates the human race, the survivors fight for their lives in the ruins of a once mighty civilization. A decade later, the dangers of the new world have taken their toll. Hopelessness and isolation have felled many of the original survivors, and now one man walks alone, determined to endure against all odds.

[boingboing]

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30 Rock's Lutz finally gets the star treatment he so richly deserves, in a new web series that kicks off today. The first episode of The Front Desk also stars SNL's Bill Hader, and subsequent guests will include Fred Armisen and J.B. Smoove.

[thanks, mike!]

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Web Series of the Day: YouTube Reacts: Select YouTube comments read aloud in the vocal styling best suited to the tone of the OP's message.

Above: Youtube reacts to the angry Facebook dad.

(NSFCS, not safe for civil society.)

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Web Series of the Day: Comedian John Ramsey and his brother, filmmaker Richard Ramsey, stumbled upon a stack of old home movies featuring themselves as kids and decided to add DVD-style commentary to the footage

Result: Magic.

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