Web series and online video news worth clicking today:

Johnny B HomelessAtom.com’s anticipated comedy series Johnny B. Homeless launched this week from creator Al Thompson. The NYTVF-winning series stars Thompson as well as SNL star Kenan Thompson in a battle to see who is truly the “greatest couch surfer alive.” Three episodes are currently live, with six more coming out in the next three weeks. [Atom.com]

Revision3 finally launched its own iPhone app this week. It had been a noticeable absence for the tech-savvy online network, but most people (including us) relied on the fan-made Greenbox app which did the trick. Fans, your next task is an iPad app now that Rev3 supports HTML5—get cranking! [Revision3]

Streamy-winning drama Anyone But Me continues to rack up awards this year, picking up
The People’s Silver Telly Award—the highest honor—at the 31st Annual Telly Awards this past weekend. [Anyone But Me]

Break Media is becoming a superpower network. In an announcement today, the company said it has added 23 new verticals and hundreds of new premium partner sites to its network, including live streaming video site Justin.tv. While mostly this is an ad network deal—Break will sell inventory across all of these sites that together give Break a reach of 110 million people worldwide per month—it’s also a potentially dominant force for web series distribution. Our bet is we’ll see a flurry of targeted male-centric web series pushed out from them over the next year. [Break Media]

Next New Networks is about to reach an astonishing 1 Billion combined views for its online programming. To get fans in on the excitement the network has launched a countdown site, NextNewBillion.com, where you can vote for when you think they will hit the fated milestone. One notable stat from the site: It only took NNN 8,000 episodes to hit 1 billion views, meaning the average Next New Networks video gets over 125,000 lifetime views. [Next New Networks]

Ford announced it has renewed its branded chat web series Play It 4-Ward for a second season which just launched recently. Generate, which has moved into producing more branded entertainment fare lately, produces the series along with Microsoft’s Branded Entertainment and Experiences Team (BEET) for distribution on MSN. Guests this season include Chris Kelly, ‘Major Nelson’ from Xbox, Sarah Lane, Greg Grunberg and Thomas ‘Weird Science’ Dolby, amongst others. [Play It 4-Ward]

YouTube vlogger Olga Kay launched the trailer (below) to her interactive short video series Olga Kay’s Circus today. The full series, which stars Kay in as a fictional young circus performer (something she actually did in her pre-YouTube days), is directed by Andrea Ball and debuts June 30th on Kay’s YouTube channel. [YouTube]

Even good things must come to an end. After six years of super-fast movie reenactments, 30 Second Bunnies is calling an end to the popular animated series with its finale today—target: Evil Dead II. Creator Jennifer Shiman is on to better things we trust, but we sure will miss this one. Does this mean we actually have to watch movies again? [Starz Digital Media]

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