If you haven’t already noticed, television networks are being bombarded with reality TV series and intense drama series that leave us uneasy and sitting at the edge of our seats needing more. Unfortunately, these showed are packed with annoying commercials and always end abruptly after a compelling plot twist. The idea of watching your favorite show without commercials seems so surreal, but luckily this dream is simply a Wi-Fi password away.
At this point you have probably heard of Issa Rae and her Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl chronicles, but there are many other great web series surfacing the web. Here are some great web series that you should give a try if you haven’t already.
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First is a relationship show that tells the story of a couple that once had a great friendship and turned it into a great relationship. The show chronicles the circumstances that all new couples go through. This is a must watch.
How Men Become Dogs is a comedy show from male perspective. It follows the lives and relationships of three completely different types of dudes that struggle with dating the right women. The show foreshadows how men become the “dogs” they are.
Roomieloverfriends—yes, it’s one word—is a show about a woman who has a male roommate. They eventually become lovers and it leads to them being in a weird space.
Dormtainment TV is usually stacked with random skits portraying average dudes on a day to day basis. They do have this one series called Porn Stories where each of the six Dormtainment guys share their experiences with porn through drawing. It’s pretty hilarious.
Hello Cupid is about two besties that join the world of online dating and share experiences with each other.
If you’re bored and you are an Odd Future fan, make sure you watch Loiter Squad. It’s weird and ignorant, but it has its moments.
That Guy is a super reality show that follows two guys treating women all types of disrespectful. It is basically a wake-up call for women to see how men can really take advantage of women. Watch and learn.
The Choir is about a group of young church-goers who find themselves in love shambles and other unholy circumstances.
Hard Times is a series based on some true events about a personal trainer that considers taking an unorthodox side hustle job as a male stripper.
Yellow is a docu-series about a light skinned guy named Austin. The show just follows his every day events.
Close Friends is about of group of friends in college together that spiral into a series of unfortunate events over time.