Inspired by the website CollegeHumor.com, this scripted workplace comedy series written by and starring the real-life staff of the Internet humor site is filmed on location in their actual New York office.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The CollegeHumor Show - The CollegeHumor Show - Netflix
The CollegeHumor Show was an American television sitcom that premiered on MTV on February 8, 2009 and also aired on MuchMusic. The show was a scripted sitcom with sketch comedy elements. It was written by and stars nine CollegeHumor editorial staff members, who played fictionalized versions of themselves. The show was an adaptation of the style of the long-running Hardly Working short film series created for the CollegeHumor site, made more suitable for the longer, televised format. After the conclusion of the six episode season, the series was cancelled. The series also spawned the spin-off show Pranked, hosted by Streeter Seidell and Amir Blumenfeld and airing on MTV.
The CollegeHumor Show - Main crew - Netflix
The nine main actors on the show also comprise the show's writing staff. Scott Tomlinson is the show runner and executive producer. Ricky Van Veen is an executive producer. Josh Abramson is an executive producer. Sam Grossman is an executive in charge of production. Sam Reich is an executive producer and the show's director, having directed all six of the first season's episodes. He also co-wrote the episode “Rival Site” with Dan Gurewitch and Amir Blumenfeld. Dan Gurewitch and Amir Blumenfeld co-wrote three episodes (“Rival Site,” “The Morning After” and “Armageddon”). In addition, Gurewitch wrote the episode “Sarah's New Boyfriend” with Sarah Schneider, and Blumenfeld wrote the episode “Interns” with Patrick Cassels. There are no specific writers credited to the episode “Hot Girl.” Jake Hurwitz, Jeff Rubin, Streeter Seidell and Kevin Corrigan are staff writers on the show. Vincent Peone is the Director of Photography. David Fishel is the post-production manager and an editor. He also directed segments for three episodes (“Rival Site,” “Hot Girl,” and “Sarah's New Boyfriend”). Michael Schaubach is an editor
The CollegeHumor Show - References - Netflix