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Updated by Vaishnavi Kumar on Nov 14, 2017
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Top 10 Web Series To Watch On Youtube

From Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee to Save Our Skins. Here's a bunch of handpicked gems on Youtube for you to binge watch.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

Jerry Seinfeld’s obsession is a little contagious. He earnestly matches each car to his guest’s personalities, adding a silly structure and pretty visuals to the Emmy-nominated interview series.


Her Story is a 6-episode new-media series that looks inside the dating lives of trans & queer women as they navigate the intersections of desire & identity.

SOS Save Our Skins Ep. 1

The 13 episode web series S.O.S: Save Our Skins was the winner of the Best British Series at Raindance Web Fest in 2014.
Written by, and starring talent, from British TV staples such as Smack the Pony and The I.T Crowd it follows episodically two British nerds, Stephen (Chris Haywood) and Ben (Nat Saunders), who are in New York for a sci-fi convention. They wake up to find out that they are the only two people left on Earth as the entire human race has seemingly vanished.

The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo

In this Gotham-nominated series, creator Brian Jordan Alvarez uses the traditional sitcom as a foundation to imagine a world a few marbles short of reality — one where gender, sexuality and even time is as fluid as a mindfulness practice on the beaches of Santa Monica.

Our Fascinating Planet

Man looks inward in an attempt to understand himself and finds something called the brain. Science writer and award-seeking author Ted Rimmarniet explores fascinating questions about our universe like: Are humans truly conscious beings? Or are we just beings? Or are we just conscious? Or are we some other thing?


This nearly perfect little web series tells the story of a gay nanny who discovers the little boy he babysits likes to cross-dress. In just five short episodes, writer and director Mike Roma mines his premise for all the humor, sensitivity and campy surrealism it deserves.


Director Chloé Robichaud's six-part anthology series about a group of queer women living in Quebec is a must-watch whether you speak French or not. With stories about dating across age gaps, coming out, ending long term relationships, and slightly awkward group holidays, there's something relatable in these beautifully shot 10-minute vignettes for anyone.


Inspired by earth's creatures' “incredible variety of mating, which is very scandalous,” Green Porno began with the sex lives of insects, before later expanding into birds and sea creatures. It's highly educational, odd, hilarious, and unexpectedly feminist.




"Baked" is India's most ambitious original fiction web-series which chronicles the misadventures of three university flatmates who decide to start a midnight food delivery service. This genre-bending series takes you on a roller coaster ride as our odd ball trio juggle student life with business, and invariably manage to land themselves into trouble.

Joanne The Scammer

This year, he teamed up with Super Deluxe to take Joanne to the next level, waltzing into Beverly Hills homes and luxury stores in his blonde wig and full beard, only stopping to tell a security guard: “Excuse me, I’m on the phone with Kirstie Alley, if that means anything in this town anymore.”