This animated series from Pacific Rim 2 writer Emily Carmichael uses an RPG setting to deliver an engrossing 8-episode series that was an official selection for the 2009 and 2010 Slamdance Film Festival. You can watch the first three episodes on her website.
Tim Heidecker’s web series plays as one big joke that builds over five amazing episodes. The cooking tips get more and more ridiculous as he continually makes a bigger mess while ruining Eric Wareheim’s life with his sauce recipes.
This parody of ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary series is absolutely hilarious and features countless appearances from the biggest names in sports, as well as comedians and actors. Even if you’re not a sports fan, you’ll find something you love in here.
This Australian parody of a cooking show is absolutely brilliant. The comedy is sharp and witty, and every episode is top notch. You’ll fly through the entire series in no time.
It’s a game show where the host takes the contestant’s phone and offers them money to do embarrassing things like send diarrhea-related messages to Tinder matches and comment mean things on random Instagram pictures on their timeline.
Doug Lussenhop stars in this series from JASH that plays out like you’re looking into someone’s nightmare. Everything that could go wrong goes wrong. It’s painful, but in a wonderful way.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a single guy living in Echo Park that also hosts a clip show? Probably not, but Craig Healy’s series is charming and entertaining. Not only does he star in it, he also writes and directs it. So if you don’t like it, blame it all on Craig!
The description of the channel tells you everything you need to know: “Actress Sarah Ramos found an embarrassing romantic comedy she wrote when she was 12…and she actually made it.” You can watch the entire series on Super Deluxe. It’s a delight.
You’ve never found yourself more emotionally invested in someone pretending to take phone calls while talking into a banana. John Early and Kate Berlant are just that good.
This one is actually from six years ago and was made on absolutely no budget whatsoever, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less hilarious. You’ll love the campiness of it. Plus, there’s two whole seasons!