College Humor Unveils Fall Series Slate


As the broadcast networks grapple with deciding which of their new shows are going to survive the next few months, College Humor is rolling out its own fall lineup.

The IAC-owned comedy site on Wednesday (Oct. 6) launched three new series—all part of a broader effort to brand the site as a outlet for fans seeking original, frequently scheduled series, according to CEO Ricky Van Veen.

The new shows include Full Benefits, which depicts a couple enduring a complicated office romance; and Hello My Name Is, an improv series during which the show’s star must react and perform after being outfitted in ridiculous wigs and makeup.

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