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Paul Scheer Is Hosting an Interactive Improv Sketch Show for CC:Studios

Comedy Central's digital wing CC:Studios has greenlit a new improv sketch show that will take audience suggestions via Twitter. Titled CC: Social Scene, the six-episode series is hosted by Paul Scheer and features improv performers from both The Groundlings (Lee Newton, H. Michael Croner) and UCB (Lilan Bowden, Jacob Womack, Jeff Sloniker, Barak Hardley), who improvise scenes based on Twitter suggestions using the hashtag #CCSocialScene. CC: Social Scene will debut a new episode each week, and you can catch the first installment "Worst Breakup Lines" below:

Brett Gelman Gets in Bed with Joan Rivers for a Chat

Here's the newest installment of In Bed With Joan with guest Brett Gelman, in which he and Joan chat about everything from UCB to his Funny or Die character Mr. Celebrity to a very special bar mitzvah gift he got as a kid.

Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington Return with a New Season of 'On Cinema'

Here's the season five premiere of Adult Swim's On Cinema at the Cinema, Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington's insightful movie review web series. In this installment, they catch up on a bunch of summer movies and spend most of the time talking about Blues Brothers and Blues Brothers 2000.

Watch the Premiere of Gabe Delahaye and Max Silvestri's 'Gabe & Max Need Help'

Here's the exclusive premiere of Gabe & Max Need Help, a new web series co-created by and starring standups Gabe Delahaye and Max Silvestri that will officially be released tomorrow via Thundershorts, a new comedy video site that also includes series starring Michael Showalter, Ted Alexandro, and more. Gabe & Max Need Help is a four-part series that boasts a theme song by Ted Leo and features Delahaye and Silvestri playing two best friends going to couples counseling. Kumail Nanjiani plays their couples counselor, and Noah Garfinkel makes an appearance in the premiere episode as a guy you can hire via an app to do things you don't [...]

Emily Heller Gives Olivia Wilde a Very Short Psychic Reading

Here's the newest installment of Emily Heller's Above Average's web series The Future, in which Heller forces her latest customer Olivia Wilde to settle for a "Psychic Lightning Round" while also making sure she gets a good Yelp review out of it.

Watch the Premiere of VICE's 'The Jim Norton Show'

VICE.com's new talk show The Jim Norton Show premiered today with guests Mike Tyson and Dana White, and you can catch the first part of the episode above. "I want this to feel different than other talk shows feel. I'm not going to out-Fallon Jimmy Fallon," Norton says early in the episode. "I'm not going to be able to get celebrities to do fun things with me and get seven million views. My idea of a fun viral celebrity video would be to fill a bag with shit and smash Nancy Grace in the face with it."

Vanessa Bayer Tries to Stir Up Drama Between the Haim Sisters

Here's the latest installment of Vanessa Bayer's Above Average web series Sound Advice with Haim, in which she gives Este some new bass face suggestions and tries to rile up drama over Danielle not showing up to participate in the interview.

Vanessa Bayer Gives NOFX Some Music Advice

Here's the newest installment of Vanessa Bayer's Above Average web series Sound Advice featuring punk band and "four general messes" NOFX, in which Bayer reminds the group what selling out means and suggests some more upbeat song lyrics.

'The Onion' Debuts a Vulgar New Web Series Parodying 'The NY Times' Wedding Announcements

Today, The Onion launched a new web series called Who's Fucking?, a parody of The New York Times's wedding announcement column, "Vows," in which couples eagerly and sincerely announce that they're having sex with one another. All episodes of the three-part series were released today (the other two are embedded below). Despite being titled Who's Fucking? and being full of obscene sex talk, I deem these video SFW (safe for work) and encourage you to crank your speakers up and make sure your boss is in the room before clicking on one.

Watch a Trailer for 'Gabe & Max Need Help'

As previously reported, a new video website called Thundershorts is launching on June 26th, and here's a trailer for one of their shows, Gabe & Max Need Help. Created by and starring comedians Gabe Delahaye and Max Silvestri, the four-part series follows two friends who decide to attend couples counseling, with Kumail Nanjiani playing their counselor.

Watch Paul F. Tompkins and Dan Harmon Chat About All Things Dan Harmon-Related

Here's the latest installment of Paul F. Tompkins's web series Speakeasy featuring Dan Harmon, who chats with Tompkins all about dropping out of college, when he was a "cocoon of dandruff and long sweater sleeves" starting out in standup, the birth of Channel 101, working on The Sarah Silverman Program, and of course his work as the "mad scientist" behind Community.

Alia Shawkat Gets Some Psychic Post-Murder Advice from Emily Heller

Here's the latest episode of Above Average's ongoing web series The Future with Emily Heller, in which celebrity guest Alia Shawkat seems to have done something horrible involving a bloody knife that she insists is not her fault.

Emily Heller Gives Haley Joel Osment Some Psychic Financial Advice

In the latest installment of her Above Average web series The Future, Emily Heller sits down with Haley Joel Osment, who comes looking for some financial advice but ends up getting haunted by the movie line he's best known for — an unfortunate distraction he's surely used to by now.

Vanessa Bayer Interviews TV on the Radio About Their Garbage Music

Here's the latest installment of Above Average's web series Sound Advice with Vanessa Bayer (or "Janessa Slater"), in which she has a bizarre chat with TV on the Radio about scatting, the title of their new album, and which Beverly Hills 90210 character they each identify with the most.