Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Wall Street Journal Article

I just noticed that when you click on the link, you have to sign up or something, but the article is so brief you can actually read half of it anyway, so instead of you going to the trouble, I'll repost the content:

Comedy: Video
New sitcoms rise on the Web
January 20, 2007; Page P2

A new sitcom with a rapidly growing following twists the premise of NBC's "The Office" by giving it an otherworldly setting: the corporate headquarters of heaven. The show, "God, Inc," can be seen only online.

It's part of an expanding Web genre: comedy series by budding writers or filmmakers that borrow some of the pacing and structure of television sitcoms, though often with more offbeat concepts. Episodes are usually a few minutes long.

In some cases, TV executives are taking notice of these shows. The Cartoon Network's Adult Swim has commissioned...

[bla bla bla... crap that's not about "God, Inc." Anyway, the article ends:]

HOW TO FIND IT: Go to and search for "Gemberling," "God, Inc" and "Illeanarama."

1 Knee-jerk Reactions:

Blogger Heather said...

Congratulations - again:) Do you think if there was interest in creating a network version of God, Inc, that you'd be interested? With all the attention, I hope there's something in the works. And I hope I can buy it on DVD!

12:10 PM  

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