Articles Posted in the " YouTube " Category


  • Why YouTube Original’s “Weird City” Needs a Second Season

    Three months ago today, Weird City debuted on YouTube Premium. Two episodes were made free to the public; “The One” and “Family” and to date have led the charge with nearly 20 million views for the series. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.




  • Weird City Season 1 Review

    A YouTube Original series, Weird City is from the minds of Jordan Peele and Charlie Sanders and features an all-star cast. A sci-fi anthology series set in a dystopian city with massive income inequality, Weird City season 1 features six individual but interconnected stories about the residents both Above and Below The Line. Read our before commenting. Please […]


  • Streaming Service Showdown: What Subscriptions Do You Actually Need?

    Streaming media may be the face of the future, but all those subscriptions add up fast. It’s hard to know which ones are actually worth it until you’ve already handed over your credit card number. Don’t worry – we’ve collected everything you need to choose the best streaming services for getting your geek on. Read […]




  • YouTube’s Origin Challenges Viewers to Leave Earth at SDCC

    New series from streaming services is nothing new, but YouTube is entering the arena, and their newest series, Origin, made its debut at San Diego Comic-Con. With a diverse cast (and some well-known heavy hitters), proven producers, and a platform that most have access to, Origin seems to be the series that YouTube is extremely […]


  • YouTube’s New Policies Will Push Creators to Patreon

    Last week YouTube’s new policies regarding monetization on “controversial” subject matter came to light thanks to YouTube star Philip DeFranco. Many famous YouTubers such as Laci Green and the Vlog Brothers have taken note of the change.  Thankfully many of the big names on YouTube have other sources of income, but YouTube’s new policies could have […]