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Bad Internet
Directed by
  • Tim Wilkerson
  • Matthew Pollock
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Jon Cohen
  • Spencer Griffin
  • David Gerns
  • TeNeil Moore
  • Sam Reich
  • Jillian Vogel
  • Alex Edge
  • Michael Schaubach
  • Sam Sparks
CinematographyBarry Elmore
Running time9–14 minutes
Production companyBig Breakfast Co.
Original networkYouTube Red
Picture format4K (Ultra HD)
Original releaseMay 25 (2016-05-25) –
July 20, 2016 (2016-07-20)
External links

Bad Internet is an American web television series that premiered on May 25, 2016, on YouTube Red.[1] It is produced by CollegeHumor's Los Angeles-based production studio Big Breakfast.[2] The first season contains ten episodes, with only the first—"Which of the 'Friends' are You?"—available to view without a YouTube Red subscription.[3] The series was inspired by Charlie Brooker's technology-centered anthology TV show Black Mirror. Sam Reich, CollegeHumor's head of video, said that in creating the series, he wanted to do a project that was both ambitious and true to CollegeHumor's slacker humor heritage.[4] Reich also told Mashable that Bad Internet was "a series built for the Internet."[5]


Guests on the show included YouTube celebrities including iJustine, Rosanna Pansino, CaptainSparklez, and Smosh.[6]

Season 1 (2016)

No.TitleEpisode lengthOriginal release date
1"Which of the "Friends" Are You?"11:54May 25, 2016 (2016-05-25)
A society divides citizens into groups based on results from a BuzzFeed quiz that determines which Friends character they are. Featuring Cheri Oteri, Larry Hankin, Irene Choi, Michael Naughton, and Zac Oyama.
2"Amazon Foresight"10:54May 25, 2016 (2016-05-25)
A man signs up for a new Amazon feature called Foresight, which delivers products before he realizes he wants it. Featuring Mousa Kraish, Jack McBrayer, Maribeth Monroe, Courtney Pauroso, Grant O'Brien, and Zac Oyama.
3"Your Search History Revealed"11:37June 1, 2016 (2016-06-01)
Follows one family after an Anonymous-style hacktivist group releases the public's Internet search histories. Featuring Oscar Nunez, Joanna Going, Jay Jackson, Brendan Caleb Calton, Celesta DeAstis, Adam Conover, and Adam Lustick.
4"YouTube Death Battle Showdown"11:26June 8, 2016 (2016-06-08)
A woman wakes up in the middle of a deadly fight between YouTube stars. Featuring Smosh, IJustine, Rosanna Pansino, CaptainSparklez, Elaine Carroll, Zac Oyama, Mike Trapp, Siobhan Thompson, Brian Murphy, and Grant O'Brien.
5"The Seven Billionth Wheel"10:26June 15, 2016 (2016-06-15)
One man discovers he is the exception to an online dating app that promises to find every single person their soulmate. Featuring Will Arnett, Mary Holland, Grant O'Brien, Britt Lower, and Matt Newell
6"The Year-Long Ad Experience"13:40June 22, 2016 (2016-06-22)
A couple opts in to a system to live in a virtual advertisement for one year in exchange for living ad-free for the rest of their lives. Featuring Colton Dunn, Steve Berg, Corey Landis, Emily Axford, and Pat Cassels.
7"The President Goes Viral"9:55June 29, 2016 (2016-06-29)
With the threat of a catastrophic event that could kill millions, the President of the United States struggles to get the word out. Featuring Jean Smart, Jeff Austin, Grant O'Brien, Siobhan Thompson, and Brian Murphy.
8"Uber, But Like for People"10:04July 6, 2016 (2016-07-06)
A man who holds many gig-economy jobs finds a new service that takes over the worker's body while they sleep. Featuring Mindy Sterling, Ed Begley Jr., Alison Becker, Mike Trapp, and Leonard Robinson.
9"Secrets of the Mom Web"10:22July 13, 2016 (2016-07-13)
After expressing confusion about the origins of an email forwarded to him by his mother, a man is pulled into an online conspiracy headed by a group of moms intent on defrauding the government. Featuring John Milhiser, Stephen Tobolowsky, and Bess Armstrong.
10"Enter the Hivemind"8:53July 20, 2016 (2016-07-20)
A man struggles to connect with his granddaughter until she finally convinces him to join the "Hivemind". Featuring George Wyner, Allie Stamler, and Jean St. James.


Marissa Martinelli of Slate described the series as "very funny stuff", noting the clear parallels it contained to Black Mirror and Divergent.[7]

Nominations and awards

Year Association Category Nominee(s) Result
2016 Streamy Awards Best Ensemble Cast Brian Murphy
Grant O'Brien
Zac Oyama
Siobhan Thompson
Mike Trapp
Best Writing Pat Cassels
Ben Joseph
Zac Oyama
Melinda Taub
Siobhan Thompson
Mike Trapp


  1. ^ White, Abbey (6 May 2016). "CollegeHumor Takes On the Internet in New YouTube Red Series, Bad Internet". Paste. Retrieved 2 September 2016.
  2. ^ Arthur, Kenneth (18 March 2016). "CollegeHumor Looks Beyond the Internet". Splitsider. Archived from the original on 19 September 2016. Retrieved 5 September 2016.
  3. ^ Votta, Rae (26 May 2016). "CollegeHumor's 'Bad Internet' is a dark, dystopian look at the future". The Daily Dot. Retrieved 2 September 2016.
  4. ^ Blevins, Joe (26 May 2016). "Watch College Humor's Bad Internet goof on the media-phobic Black Mirror". The A.V. Club. Retrieved 2 September 2016.
  5. ^ Hamedy, Saba (25 May 2016). "CollegeHumor's new YouTube Red series pokes fun at all things Internet". Mashable. Retrieved 2 September 2016.
  6. ^ Weiss, Geoff (5 May 2016). "YouTube Teases 'Red' Series From CollegeHumor, The Game Theorists, Joey Graceffa In Latest Trailer". Tubefilter. Retrieved 5 September 2016.
  7. ^ Martinelli, Marissa (26 May 2016). "The New CollegeHumor Show Bad Internet Is Like Black Mirror for Millennials". Slate. Retrieved 29 October 2016.
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