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Goodnight Burbank

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Goodnight Burbank
Created byHayden Black
Written byHayden Black
Directed byCanyon Prince Tracie Laymon
Starring(current cast)
Hayden Black
Laura Silverman
Dominic Monaghan
Miracle Laurie
America Young
Hadeel Sittu
Camden Toy
Cameron Bender
Diahnna Nicole Baxter
Adrienne Wilkinson
Parvesh Cheena
Fran Kranz
Jim Rash
ComposerHayden Black
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes6
EditorsAdam Winfrey, Dana Jones, Josh Carrillo, Nathan Babian, Jim Barrett
Running timeHalf-hour
Original releaseApril 25, 2011 (2011-04-25)

Goodnight Burbank debuted on the web as a "webisodic" series in March 2006. In April 2011, it was reborn with a new cast, new look and new feel as a "webcom". The series is about a fictional Burbank, CA 10:00PM newscast and its crew. The original cast included members of the Upright Citizen's Brigade, The Second City, and Improv Olympic. The new half-hour version is still written by creator/producer Hayden Black and stars Laura Silverman, Dominic Monaghan, Miracle Laurie, Camden Toy and Black. It has featured, amongst others, John Barrowman, Adrienne Wilkinson, Jim Rash, Juliet Landau, and Parvesh Cheena.

The original short-form version of the series received positive reviews from USA Today who called it "better than 99% of the stuff on TV" and BBC News who said it was a "brilliant satire that wouldn't look out of place on a network"[1] - as well as G4,[2] the San Francisco Chronicle[3] and various websites. In 2006, it won vloggie for Best Web News Series.[4] In 2007, it was awarded an Official Honoree by the Webbys.

The original series was named one of iTunes best podcasts of 2006 and 2007, in both People's Choice and Staff Picks categories.[5] It was also nominated for Best Comedy Webby in 2008.

Goodnight Burbank made IMDb's Top 50 TV series to premiere in 2011.[6]

In August 2011, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Goodnight Burbank had been sold to Mark Cuban's HDNet.[7] The deal came to be after Cuban reached out to Hayden Black, less than twenty-four hours after the first episode had aired on Hulu. The cable television channel aired the first season of Goodnight Burbank beginning on October 12, 2011.


  1. ^ "What to watch on the web". BBC News. 27 November 2006.
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  3. ^ Lee, Ellen (6 November 2006). "I'd like to thank my agent…". The Technology Chronicles.
  4. ^ "And the Vloggies Winners are… - Technology, Business, Media, and News Podcasts". 6 February 2007. Archived from the original on 6 February 2007.
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  6. ^ "IMDb: TV Series, Released between 2011-01-01 and 2011-12-31 (Sorted by IMDb Rating Descending)". IMDb.
  7. ^ "HDNet Acquires Acclaimed Web Series 'Goodnight Burbank' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter.

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