We’ve been know to spend our share of time on Twitter, but not as much as say @PerezHilton who basically lives on there. The site has basically become a cauldron of celebrity ego masturbation. Thankfully, the guys at Break Media, or more specifically Matty Sumida spends hours combing through the gems of celeb blabber to hand pick the best of the week. He then hands them over to Break staffer and comedian Mike Polk, who writes and stars in their original mocking web series, Tweet Boxx.
The eight-episode series just wrapped up its first season and is currently on hiatus while the company’s busy Creative Lab tends to its other comedy seeds. Polk was part of the creative team acquired earlier this year in Break’s purchase of HBOlab from HBO which brought with it a handful of existing series like Elevator and Man in the Box, along with Woody Tondorf and Danila Koverman.
Tweet Boxx is released on both Break.com and YouTube, though it seems to find more consistent views, around 20k per episode, at the latter. That could be because the YouTube set is a bit more into Twitter and celebrity musings than the young male audience over on Break. That said, episode 2 (above) had some feature love on Break and has cleared over 2 million views.
So relax, Tweet Boxx should be back soon—so you can unfollow @heidimontag and still sleep at night.