Inspired by the website CollegeHumor.com, this scripted workplace comedy series written by and starring the real-life staff of the Internet humor site is filmed on location in their actual New York office.

The CollegeHumor Show - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2009-02-08

The CollegeHumor Show - Bad Internet - Netflix

Bad Internet is a YouTube Red original sketch comedy web series. It was created by CollegeHumor and premiered on May 25, 2016. It is produced by CollegeHumor's Los Angeles-based production studio Big Breakfast. There are ten sketches in the series, but only the first—“Which of the Friends are You?”—can be viewed without a YouTube Red subscription. The series was inspired by Charlie Brooker's technology-centered anthology TV show Black Mirror. Sam Reich, CollegeHumor's head of video, said that in creating the series, he wanted to do a project that was both ambitious and true to CollegeHumor's slacker humor heritage. Reich also told Mashable that Bad Internet was “a series built for the Internet.”

The CollegeHumor Show - Nominations and awards - Netflix

The CollegeHumor Show - References - Netflix