What to Watch: 5 Web Series Worth Checking Out

This week, Scott Wolf (Party of Five) throws a dinner party to show off his new beard, a well-timed political satire makes its debut, and Wolf’s Po5 boss Amy Lippman pens a new series about a daughter managing the emotions that come with watching her parents age. Plus, The Guild is finally back in all its geeky glory with brand-new episodes. READ MORE

The TVLine-Up: 5 Web Series Worth Watching

Mike O’Brien leans in to Connie Britton, Jack Black pleads ignorance regarding YouTube sensation Rebecca Black, Google+ causes a spat between newly married gay couple Cheeks and Brady, and a red-haired elf prepares to kick some mage (I’m a nerd, but I had to look this up) ass. And it’s all happening exclusively on the Interwebs! READ MORE


Geek Goddess Felicia Day Spills Eureka Scoop, Previews Dr. Horrible Reunion, and More!

If Comic-Con had a poster child, it would have to be Felicia Day.

No one — and I mean no one — mines the event’s treasures like the high priestess of Geekville, who has turned her mini-dynasty of web series (The Guild, Dr. Horrible), role-playing games (Dragon Age) and comics into a major empire. And then there’s her mainstream acting career, which is currently in the spotlight due to a recurring gig on Syfy’s Eureka (which kicked off this week).

In the midst of all the Con-fusion, Miss Popularity made time to drop by TVLine’s Interview Suite to chat about Felicia Day, Inc., a forthcoming Dr. Horrible reunion and a romantic drama for her quirksome Eureka doc. Wanna eavesdrop? WATCH VIDEO