Web series and web video bits from around the internets worth clicking today:

Shorewood Lip DubShorewood vs. Shorecrest High School (Shoreline, WA) Glee-inspired but YouTube-perfect lip-synced battle unfolding on YouTube. It stated with Shorecrest HS’s Trent Mitchell’s video production class doing a spot-on rendition of Outkast’s ‘Hey Ya!” (above) that has already hit 100k views. This week rival high school Shorewood one upped their neighbors with a reverse lip sync (also above).  [Seattle PI]

Virgin America just added an original “Best of the Web” section to it RED in-flight systems, featuring popular web series shown on those glamorous seat-back touchscreens on all its domestic flights. Also known as: Revision3 and TED Talks join the mile-high club! [Virgin]

The U.S. Coast Guard needs a little help picking the winner of their “Best Coast Guard Video of 2009,” and put out a call for action to pick one of the 11 finalists. The final 11 are a tribute to the Coast Guard’s 11 statutory missions, and worth a look on their YouTube channel. [US Coast Guard]

Drama Queenz returned for its second season today. The popular New York-set LGBT comedy web series stars Broadway regulars Dane Joseph (Aida), Kristen-Alexzander Griffith (Rent), and Troy Valjean Rucker (Jesus Christ Superstar) as three actors on the less than perfect path to Broadway stardom. [Dramaqueenz.com]

The DiGiTS Show has been on a tear on YouTube this past month, cranking out over 4.6 million views, which is more than even Fred racked up this month. The sleazy euro-gigolo has taken a brief hiatus until January promising “a crap ton more episodes.” In the meantime, they put out their “Holiday Card” today (below). [YouTube]

The Crew is on hiatus too, but that didn’t stop creator Brett Register from putting out a special “musical montage” Christmas episode of their own today (below). [Babelgum]


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