Web series and web video bits worth clicking today:

circleParamount Digital Entertainment’s debut web series drama Circle of Ei8ht released the season finale today (above) on MySpace. The studio hasn’t been shy about promoting the series using TV ad spots and even massive billboards to drive viewers online. [MySpace, DreadCentral]

Compulsions has broken the 100k views mark in just its second week of its exclusive run on web video site Dailymotion (which is promoting the series heavily, and yes, even on Tubefilter). Episode 6 “Ripen” debuted today with the final two of the season bowing this week. [Dailymotion]

YouTube announced today at Le Web Conference in Paris that it’s lauching an international sports channel with more than 2000 licensed sports videos called “Sports Hub.” To promote it and other licensed TV content, YouTube launched its first traditional press and outdoor ad campaign in the UK with the slogan: “YouTube’s got TV”. [Telegraph (UK)]

Felicia Day, creator-star of hit World of Warcraft inspired web series The Guild will be presenting at Spike TV’s Video Game Awards this Saturday night at 8PM ET on Spike. [Spike TV]

A Comicbook Orange dropped its own season finale (below) today, wrapping up their fourth season from creator-host Casey McKinnon and Rudy Jahchan. The finale spotlights Brian Wood, creator of some of the best women characters in comics. There’s also a well placed Star Wars reference at the end. Our clearly biased favorite episode of the season is Jane Espenson talking Streamy. [A Comicbook Orange]

The Future of Dating? CBS web series The Tomorrow Show with Mo Rocca sent its correspondent Shira Lazar to explore one of her favorite topics—dating.  [CBSnews.com]

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