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Entries in TV on the Internet (4)

Tuesday
May142013

TV on the Internet: An End to Awkward Black Girl, But A New Beginning For Issa Rae

The fourth in a series of stories on the people behind your favorite YouTube channels, new and old. Previous entries include Alison McDonald's "She Got Problems," Patti LaHelle's "Got 2 B Real," and  Tanjareen's "The Celibate Nympho Chronicles." This time we take a look at the uber popular series by Issa Rae that wrapped this year, "The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl."

Issa Rae, the writer and star of web series The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl went Hollywood as she wrapped season two of her show this February and continued to branch out into other YouTube series. She's pitching shows to major TV networks in Hollywood and blowing up, all because of the popular web series she created and launched.

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Monday
Oct152012

TV on the Internet: "The Celibate Nympho" with Tanjareen

The third in a series of stories on the people behind your favorite YouTube channels, new and old. Previous entries include Alison McDonald's "She Got Problems" and Patti LaHelle's "Got 2 B Real." This time we take a look at the woman behind "The Celibate Nympho Chronicles," actress, model and comedic performer Tanjareen.

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Thursday
May312012

TV on the Internet: "Got 2B Real" with Patti LaHelle

The second in a series of stories on the people behind your favorite YouTube channels, new and old. The first featured Alison McDonald's "She Got Problems."

Patti LaHelle's "Got 2B Real" is that bit of Internet magic that happens when you create something for your own joy and it turns into an accidental hit. The anonymous, under 30, African American, Philly-resident by-the-way of Virginia had no clue that her love of theater, music, the "divas" and multimedia would lead to a quote-worthy web series full of hilarious "shade." But that's what happens, and TV on the Internet is all the better for it.

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