Each month, our partner Visible Measures compiles a list of the top 10 most popular web video series, and we share those results with you and provide analysis. Visible Measures tracks views, comments and other data on web video.
If you're looking for some video entertainment to watch online during your lunch break, this chart is a great place to start. Just find a show you're interested in and click the play button to the right to check it out.
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The Annoying Orange topped the charts for the ninth straight month in October, while the wildly popular Auto-Tune The News began to lose the prominent foothold it gained in August with the release of the smash-hit 'Bed Intruder Song.' And, it seems our pleas to the web video gods have finally broken through, as yet another fresh series has entered the top 10, the pop song-spoofing KEEPtheHEAT, which launched over the summer.
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*The Visible Measures Top 10 Webisodes Chart focuses on digital studio-driven web series that appear on Internet video-sharing destinations and publisher microsites. Each web series is measured on a True Reach™ basis, which includes viewership of both studio-syndicated video clips and viewer-driven social video placements. The data are compiled using the Visible Measures platform, a constantly growing repository of analytic data on more than 200 million Internet videos across more than 200 video destinations.
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People must really dig exploding fruit. As web series fans already know, The Annoying Orange operates via a simple formula: The title character is privy to the graphic destruction of a guest fruit, as said foodstuff is eaten, sliced, blended — you name it.
If we had to wager, we'll continue to see this series in the upper echelons in the coming month's chart — just last week an episode titled 'Kitchen Intruder' (a parody of, naturally, 'Bed Intruder') hit the web, racking up nearly 3 million views to date. 'Orange After the Dentist' (based on 'David After the Dentist') has also garnered more than 2 million views in one week.
It seems that folks still have a hunger for viral videos spun in novel ways — even comparatively ancient ones like David's drug-induced escapades.
As we can see by the presence of fellow contenders Auto-Tune The News and Key of Awesome, parody music is hot with the web series set, which is why KEEPtheHEAT broke into the chart in October.
Key of Awesome snagged the number-two spot this time around — racking up the most views for a Glee parody featuring Michael Jackson — knocking Auto-Tune The News down a spot. The switch makes sense, since The Gregory Brothers' 'Bed Intruder Song' has been out for a while now, while Glee just recently came back with its second season, and Jackson's posthumous album, Michael, is slated to drop in December.
Oddly enough, KEEPtheHeat's most popular video — which is also the main driver of its success — is a spoof of Eminem & Rihanna's 'Love The Way You Lie,' a video that premiered in July and has since nabbed around 27 million views. Still, the song itself has garnered its share of buzz, recently nabbing a Grammy nomination.
More recent spoofs, including Ke$ha, Rihanna and the Black-Eyed Peas have also earned their share of views, confirming what we already know: People enjoy seeing pop stars taken down by parody.
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