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Bad Internet

It debuted on May 25, 2016, on YouTube Premium. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.6 *.


How Many Seasons Of Bad Internet Are Out: 1 (11 episodes)

Season 2

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Season 1

Season premieres on May 25, 2016

Finale: July 20, 2016

YouTube Premium, 11 episodes

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Bad Internet is on YouTube Premium () Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 10 (Enter the Hivemind) - Air Date: Jul 20, 2016 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Bad Internet Comments Are The Best Thing In The World - Deadspin - via Adequateman

Let’s say an NFL player (random example, I don’t know, say Alex Smith) decides that it would be hilarious to loudly scream, “Ahh, my cock!!” after every play. Even on plays where he doesn’t get touched by anyone, he would act like he got an old-fashioned cock tug and shriek, “Oh shit, my cock!!”. Everyone, including fans and viewers at home, can hear it clearly. How many times could he pull this off before he gets flagged, and how would the Ginger Ham react?

The Unfriended: Dark Web Takes You To The Really Bad Internet - Vulture - via Vulture

In the first Unfriended, a group of high schoolers were forced to take responsibility for the role they played in a fellow student committing suicide when someone online — or something — started picking them off while during a routine group chat. Unfriended: Dark Web revisits the desktop POV framework, but this time around, pretty much all the characters are just nice people who are doing their best. That makes it even more troubling when one of them unleashes hell by digging around in the used laptop he just acquired. (He didn’t exactly buy the computer, but he didn’t steal it either.) There’s kidnapping, torture, home invasion, webcam hacking, and plenty more bad things you might already be afraid of happening to you in your daily life.

Get Your Exclusive First Look at the New YouTube Series "Bad Internet" - - by Teenvogue

"It was so much fun taking on SMOSH and Rosanna Pansino in this Hunger Games-style battle showdown for subscriber views." Justine Ezarik, ak.a. iJustine, tells Teen Vogue. "My advice to anyone wanting to build a career on YouTube is to focus on what you love. For me, my interests range from cooking to tech coverage and experimenting with the latest emerging video technologies."


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