You can now see all 6 episodes of Season 1 of "The Iceman Chronicles" here.
We launched one month ago, and the series just passed over 300,000 total views on My Damn Channel and on our syndication network.
Thanks for the solid start and the feedback. Tell us more: da good, bad, ugly, lovely.
Happy Friday THANKS to Rachel Webber, Ilsa Berg, Gabe Marano and all connected humans at Fox Television Studios and 15 Gigs for a hot first date.
MEGA THANKS to David Fickas, Brice Beckham, Drama 3/4, and the cast and crew for allowing us to join your world.
Fox has chosen us as one of their premium distribution partners for
original web series they've produced, and we plan to start developing and
producing original new series together as well.
Our new best friends at 15 Gigs said way too many nice things. Rachel
Webber, Director of Digital Strategy and Development at Fox Television Studios said:
"We've been huge fans of My Damn Channel and we couldn't be more excited
to get this partnership going. We love the My Damn Channel audience and
are eager to hear what they think of our shows. It's an honor to be
standing beside the likes of 'Easy to Assemble,' 'You Suck at Photoshop' and
'Wainy Days,' and we're very happy to be bringing the talent we work with
-- especially Drama 3/4, creators of Iceman Chronicles -- into this mix."
My Damn Channel Founder/CEO, Rob Barnett says, "THANK YOU. We take our
partnerships seriously. We've always been insanely selective about finding the
best people and the best series to bring to our audience. 'The Iceman
Chronicles' is the first of a lot more goodness we have up our collective
sleeves. We're excited to have Fox in the family."
We're launching today with a series called, "The Iceman Chronicles."
Think 'Twin Peaks' - with more murder - but
funny. It's a dark comedy that follows coroner/veterinarian Russell Coldpalm
(played by David Fickas) as he navigates the sins and secrets of Blythe, Arizona.
Coldpalm and a motley cast of locals discover horrible truths through a series
of comedic twists on the hunt for a mysterious serial killer...the Iceman. The
show comes from Drama 3/4, the creative minds behind MSN's "Mr. Robinson's
Driving School," VH1's "I Hate My
30's," and web shows including "Anakin Auditions" and "No
Football for Old Men."
OK. Stop reading about this love fest and watch the first 2 episodes with new
shows rolling out every Thursday.