Just like the markets, this week was all over the place on Tubefilter News. Looking back at the top stories of the week, it’s clear that politics was on the mind of readers as they voted up a terrific interview with Sarah Palin-impersonator Sara Benincasa, who does “the best Palin impression this side of Tina Fey.” Channel101 fans know a good thing when they see it and have been voting up The Pop in their online charts, keeping the green-screen Popeye parody pumping out fresh new episodes. Voters Readers were split on their reviews of the new 60Frames series Infamous which launched this week after a less-than-glowing review from one of our writers. (See the comments on that story for the reaction.)
Canadians are continuing to offer up their style of web series, and we caught up with the creators of the Nirvana The Band The Show for an uncut interview. (Worth reading this weekend in case you skipped over it.) Yes, it is long, but that’s what weekends are for, right? And who isn’t excited that the darling Tatyana Ali of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, now a beautiful, successful Harvard-educated bombshell, is taking her skills to the web with her upcoming Buppies series?
- ‘The Pop’ Takes Popeye to Sin City
- Review: ‘Infamous’ Needs More Bang, Less Pop
- The Press Loves this Palin: Sara Dishes on All Things Sarah
- Canucks Bring Original Comedy ‘Nirvana’ to Their Series
- The Fresh Princess Hits The Web with ‘Buppies’