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My Damn Channel Gives in to Irrational Fans

Donnie Hoyle Returns With "You Suck at Photoshop"

NEW YORK, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- My Damn Channel (http://www.mydamnchannel.com/), the entertainment studio and new media platform, today announced the return of two of the most popular, original series on the web.

Tonight, the Webby Awards will honor My Damn Channel seven times with accolades including Best Comedy series for "Wainy Days," plus Best How-To series and People's Voice wins for "You Suck at Photoshop."

"You Suck at Photoshop" is produced by the creative duo Big Fat Brain. The series has been viewed over 9 million times. Donnie Hoyle, the mysterious lead character for these "mockutorials" vanished after episode 10.

Deluged by fan requests for Hoyle's return, My Damn Channel successfully negotiated a follow-up season with the emotionally unstable screencaster. The series will reboot with all new episodes Friday, June 27.

David Wain is the creator, writer and director of "Wainy Days." This hit web series follows one man's absurd quest for love and sex in the big city. The first 2 seasons have been viewed over 5 million times. Guest stars have included Paul Rudd, Jonah Hill, Elizabeth Banks, Rob Corddry, Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter.

Wain is a founding member of the comedy troupes The State and Stella. He is a successful film director whose credits include "Wet Hot American Summer" and "The Ten." Wain is currently filming a new comedy starring Seann William Scott, Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks and Christopher Mintz-Plasse.

The third season of "Wainy Days" premieres Monday, June 16th, with a long list of guest stars from top Hollywood films and hit television series including Elizabeth Banks, Lee Majors ("The Six Million Dollar Man"), Janeane Garofalo, Jeffrey Ross, Ed Helms, Alicia Witt, Saffron Burrows, Elizabeth Reaser, A.D. Miles, Mather Zickel, Zandy Hartig, Lucy Punch, Matt Ballard, Christine Lakin, Xander Berkeley, Sarah Clarke, Jorma Taccone and Joe Lo Truglio. "Wainy Days" is produced by Jonathan Stern.

Finally, My Damn Channel announces a new, daily show. Grace Helbig is the star of "Daily Grace," premiering weekday mornings. Grace hosts a daily, freeform vlog delivering unfiltered commentary on new video premieres, featured clips and life behind the scenes at My Damn Channel. "Daily Grace" features two-way communication with the website's growing community of music and comedy fans. Grace is a writer, improv artist, actress and comedian. She was previously featured on My Damn Channel's "Bedtime Stories."

Founder and CEO of My Damn Channel, Rob Barnett says, "In ten months, we've captured over 24 million views for our original videos. We'll never be able to see the beach this summer now that advertisers are signing up to be associated with our quality content. Later this month, we'll announce a major, mid-six figure deal for branded entertainment. Better than a sun tan."

About My Damn Channel

My Damn Channel is an entertainment studio and new media platform created to empower filmmakers, actors, comedians and musicians to co-produce, distribute and monetize original, episodic video. Artists create programming for the My Damn Channel site and for syndication on today's most heavily-trafficked online communities and social networks. My Damn Channel delivers creative control, funding, distribution, and revenue sharing. Co-conspirators include Big Fat Brain, Coolio, Grace Helbig, Steve Kerper, A.D. Miles, Andy Milonakis, Harry Shearer, David Wain and Don Was. The company is supported by an advertising revenue model, and by licensing the studio's entire portfolio of content across all forms of digital distribution.

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Web site: http://www.mydamnchannel.com/

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