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Ellie & NatasiaEllie & Natasia
BBC Three, 2019 On Hiatus | Comedy

Surreal sketch show from triple threats Ellie White and Natasia Demetriou. Expect bizarre characters, excellent guest stars and a song about snakes.


Pop Team EpicPop Team Epic
BS Nippon, 2018 On Hiatus | Comedy, Animation
Rating: 4.3/5

Two high school girls, the short and exceptionally quick to anger Popuko, and the tall and much more calm Pipimi, do insane things and swear like sailors in this absurdist comedy filled with references and meta humor.


The Great DebateThe Great Debate
SyFy, 2020 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Talk Shows | ► Trailer
Rating: 1.5/5

Transformed from the stage for the SYFY screen, this half-hour late-night series features a rotating group of nerd-tastic, nostalgia loving celebrities who go head-to-head each week to hash out fandom's burning questions. These notable genre enthusiasts show off their comedic improv chops, don their best geekdom cosplay and debate the hottest questions in the galaxy such as: Who'd be a worse boss, Darth Vader or the Joker? What is THE best movie snack? What would a therapy session with Super Mario look like? And many more!


The Angry Video Game NerdThe Angry Video Game Nerd
Online, 2006 Running | Comedy, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, History
Rating: 5/5

The show revolves around the Nerd's commentary of old and typically commercially unsuccessful video games which he deems to be of particularly low-quality, unfair difficulty or poor design. Rolfe's character, "The Nerd", is a short-tempered and foul-mouthed video game fanatic who is sometimes besieged by guest characters from video games and popular culture. These guests often provide additional commentary on the games, mock the Nerd's anguish, and act as parodies of the characters from which they had been derived. In response to them and to the games, he derives comic appeal from excessive and surrealistic use of fantasy scenarios, anger, profanity and habitual consumption of alcohol while reviewing video games.


Lewis Black's Root of All EvilLewis Black's Root of All Evil

A rotating roster of comedians argue over who or what is the root of all evil in this courtroom parody. Lewis Black of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart presides as judge, and topics debated include such hot issues as 'Paris Hilton vs. Dick Cheney' and 'chick flicks vs. video games' among others.


Epic InkEpic Ink
A&E, 2014 Cancelled/Ended | Design/Decorating, Lifestyle, Reality

The show follows the artwork and exploits of the staff at a tattoo shop unlike any other, Area 51 Tattoo, located in Springfield, Oregon. Area 51 sits at the intersection of pop culture and cutting-edge tattoo art. The artists at Area 51 specialize in hyper-realistic tattoos featuring beloved characters and scenes from favorite sci-fi films and pop culture.


Anime Crimes DivisionAnime Crimes Division
YouTube, 2017 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Action, Adventure
Rating: 5/5

When someone commits a crime against anime, they don't call the police; they call the Anime Crimes Division. Detective Furaya (SungWon Cho/ProZD) is here to kick ass and eat Pocky, and he's all out of Pocky.


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