Has any of you delved into the new webcentric "TV" series from either Hulu, Amazon, or Netflix?
I already watched:
1. Onion News Empire, which is kind of funny but I'll wait to I see a couple of episodes before recommending it.
2. Zombieland. This is the comedy to watch. It's a network quality show based on the zombcom movie of the same name.
3. Supa Natural, an animated series slightly off par from what you'd get from Adult Swim. Still worth a look.
4. Betas. A dramedy based on the work of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. Solid acting and worthy characters to follow. It's also a network quality production one should try and catch.
5. Browsers is an absolute stinker. Think Glee but with interns instead of high schoolers. I started getting an aneurism watching the pilot.
I'll get around to watching the Bill Murray pilot, Alpha House this week.
I'm looking forward to Netflix's Eli Roth horror series, Hemlock Grove.