Web Series from the Youtube Era Will Always Hold a Special Place in Our Hearts and today we have brought a list for you to rewatch or explore, in case you haven’t watched them.
And do you know the best part? You need no membership to watch them, isn’t that great?
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1. Star Boyz (Kenny Sebastian)
Star Boyz first aired about a few years ago, and it remains one of YouTube’s funniest series to this day.
The show has minimal production value with Kenny Sebastian and Naveen Richards, and it appears to be intentional given the comedy at hand. There are six episodes in Star Boyz.
2. Better Life Foundation (them Boxer Shorts)
Better Life Foundation provided us with an idea of how an Indian version of The Office would look long before it was adapted.
While Better Life Foundation doesn’t directly reference the Ricky Gervais/Steve Carell program, it does have a lot of similarities in terms of humor. This is a five-part series.
3. Bang Baaja Baaraat
It reminds us of the good old days of 2010 when YF debuted high-quality shows for adolescents. This Y Films production was one of the first big-budget online series.
The story follows a couple from various backgrounds as they plan their wedding and the adventures they have along the way. There are five episodes in the series.
4. Pitchers (TVF)
The most popular web series on YouTube India are those produced by TVF. The Viral Fever, or TVF for short, is a digital entertainment channel available online.
This creative network was formed by Arunabh Kumar to reach out to the younger generation. Pitchers, their second original series, was released (the first being Permanent Roommates).
It’s a comedy-drama about engineers from various firms quitting their employment to start their own business.
5. Baked (ScoopWhoop)
The mishaps of three university flatmates who decide to launch a midnight food delivery service are chronicled in this original fiction web series.
This genre-defying series puts you on a roller coaster ride as the quirky trio juggles student life with business, always getting themselves into trouble.
6. I Don’t Watch TV (Arre)
This show takes you behind-the-scenes of Indian television drama, power struggles, and utter madness, an Arre Original Web Series, produced by Nakuul Mehta’s Timbuktu Films: I Don’t Watch TV.
7. Not Fit (Dice Media)
A mockumentary online series about Neerav Kapoor (Nero), a struggling actor extraordinaire and the typical fool, as he strives to establish a name for himself in the entertainment industry.
It’s humorous since the guy is strange and awkward in social situations.
8. Tripling (TVF)
A simple story about three siblings who embark on a road trip together — not by choice, but by force of circumstance — is one of TVF’s best offerings.
The trio, who are suffering from an unstable marriage, divorce, and unemployment, find peace in this voyage as they return home to find comfort.
The series depicts the urban rat race and how the family is the answer to most of our issues, as seen through the eyes of a young fledgling mind.
9. Black Sheep (Rascalas)
Shyam’s story would be familiar to everyone who has attended a live concert in Chennai.
He does a play on how he dropped out of college to pursue acting, as well as a stand-up comedy performance about how his mother correctly prophesied that if he dropped out of engineering, the entire city would laugh at him.
Now, the 22-year-old has a web series based on his life after foregoing a “safe degree” to pursue his passion for performing.