The Web Se­ries You Need to Watch!

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Who needs satel­lite TV when you’ve got Net­flix, Ya­hoo, and YouTube cre­at­ing fan­tas­tic shows made specif­i­cally for the World Wide Web? If you don’t have an un­lim­ited data con­nec­tion yet, it might be time to get one!

Tainted Love: It’s a gritty, sexy dig­i­tal graphic

novel. Bonus: while pri­mar­ily live-ac­tion, it gets around YouTube’s fil­ters by an­i­mat­ing its more ma­ture

scenes which in­clude love­mak­ing

and gun­fights. Johnny Dy­namo: The sur­prise hit se­ries fol­lows Robert Pierce Mitchell, a dis­graced ac­tion movie star from the ’80s as he tries to make a come­back un­der a wily and un­con­ven­tional man­age­ment team. Burn­ing Love: This far­ci­cal par­ody of re­al­ity TV dat­ing shows like The Bach­e­lor has a top-notch cast in­clud­ing Michael Cera, Paul Rudd and Jennifer Anis­ton.

Ghost Girls: Jack Black’s para­nor­mal

spoof show is hys­ter­i­cal, as in­ves­ti­ga­tors Amanda and Maria strug­gle to do their jobs as am­a­teurs. Emma Ap­proved: It’s a mod­ern take on Jane Austen’s Emma. Five to 10 minute episodes shot in the form of vlogs are sup­ple­mented with in-char­ac­ter blog posts and tweets mak­ing it a form of trans­me­dia sto­ry­telling.

Satur­day Night...Al­right!: This re­al­ity-based, 12-part se­ries, pro­duced by MTV In­dia has four friends meet up on Satur­day nights to dis­cuss life—bosses, re­la­tion­ships, friend­ship, love, sex, pol­i­tics, and sports.

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