Hayden Black created Evil Global Corp and launched onto the new media scene back in 2006 with its flagship series, “Goodnight Burbank.” The comedy – about the people who bring us the news – has been watched in the multi-millions around the world, and been lauded by the mainstream press. USA Today called it “better than 99% of stuff on TV”, the BBC said “Brilliant” and the LA Times raved it’s “bracingly funny – a wicked satire”. It’s won awards too – and nominated by the Webby’s as Best Comedy in 2008. A spin-off series, “Goodnight Burbank: Hollwood Report” recently debuted on Babelgum.com.
“Better than 99% of stuff on TV… brilliant… bracingly funny… a wicked satire…”
In 2007, EGC debuted it’s second original series, “Abigail’s Teen Diary” about a 13 year old girl who’s afflicted by a (fictional) genetic condition that makes her look like a middle-aged man. It was an instant success and was also raved about (“A freak show” – BackStage Magazine, “Runs circles around the competition” – The Wall St. Journal), winning all sorts of awards (one of iTunes Best Podcasts ’07 and nominated for Yahoo’s Best Web Comedy ‘08).
Hayden himself has been called “a web sensation” by the LA Times and “one of internet comedy’s brightest stars” by the Guardian.
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