In 2006, Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg‘s Katalyst Media signed a deal with AOL to deliver five web shows with at least 20 episodes a piece.  Techcrunch says that “partnership eventually fizzled.”  In January 2008, Katalyst Media got $10 million in funding.  Techcrunch says at least part of that cash is for “interactive web content.” 

Kutcher and Goldberg recently gave Michael Arrington a preview of said “interactive web content,” and the TechCrunch founder was no more descriptive than declaring “this is clearly going to be really entertaining stuff.”

We still don’t know what that “entertaining stuff” is, but at least part of it now has a name and a release date.  The Blah Girls (which – based on the title and the presumed age and attitude of its characters – will draw plenty of comparisons to Teen Girl Squad) make their debut at the Techcrunch50 in early September. 

Here are Kutcher and Goldber expressing their NSFW discontent at the confidentiality requirements Arrington demands surrounding the premiere:

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