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Prime Time is precarious and at any time the top shows can be cruelly yanked from glory by an audience's hand (or euthanized by their own creators). These series all had their moment in the sun, and now serve as milestones of Prime Time's past.

How It Works

  • Anyone, anywhere submits a pilot that is five minutes or less, on a miniDV tape or DVD.
  • The creators of the prime time shows watch all submissions.
  • They pick the best ones to be screened.
  • At the screening, a live audience watches the new pilots and new episodes of the prime time shows.
  • The audience votes. Top 5 shows become the new prime time lineup.
  • Repeat.

Jaywalk Cop

Jaywalk Cop strolled right into Prime Time at the February 2015 Tenth Anniversary screening.

First screened: 2015-02-10 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2015-04-14 at UCBeast


 

Compendium of Terror

This beautifully shot horror anthology wowed the audience and secured a place in Prime Time.

First screened: 2015-02-10 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2015-04-14 at UCBeast


 

Tragic Relief

created by Ryan Mazer
An anthology show about the tragedy that drives our lives.

First screened: 2014-06-10 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2015-02-10 at UCBeast


 

Ramsey Has a Time Machine

created by Ramsey Ess
Ramsey Ess delighted the audience with high production values, funny acting, and a clever premise. It's almost as if he knew how the audience would react and traveled back in time to make the perfect show for them. But that would be crazy.

First screened: 2014-05-13 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2015-02-10 at UCBeast


 

WBRB

created by Mickey Dwyer
A whole show that takes place during the commercials break? The audience says, 'We'll be right back for another episode of that, please.'

First screened: 2014-09-09 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2015-02-10 at UCBeast


 

Cho Choca

This is a show about the Kissy Kiss Monster.

First screened: 2014-09-09 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-10-14 at UCBeast


 

The Cutting Room Floor

created by Matt Hittle
For every show that makes it into a Channel 101 screening, there are dozens that never see the light of day. Finally those stories can be told.

First screened: 2014-08-12 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-09-09 at UCBeast


 

Crime Scene

What goes on behind the scenes of New York's hottest police procedural?

First screened: 2014-08-12 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-09-09 at UCBeast


 

Classless

The award-winning team behind Skate City returns with this revealing look at the lives of school teachers.

First screened: 2014-06-10 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-08-12 at UCBeast


 

Mic Masters

This show about an open mic hits close to home (especially since it was shot in the same building where we have the screenings).

First screened: 2014-06-10 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-08-12 at UCBeast


 

The Bananaman Show

created by Keith Haskel
Spinning off of the popular Chris Gethard Show, Bananaman hits the streets. The audience is sure to follow.

First screened: 2014-04-08 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-06-10 at UCBeast


 

24x24

created by Will Storie
Two friends order a pizza - in real time.

First screened: 2014-05-13 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-06-10 at UCBeast


 

My Racist Toaster

created by Alex Fossella
He bought a toaster and then a thing happened, and now his toaster's racist.

First screened: 2014-05-13 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-06-10 at UCBeast


 

How To

Not to be confused with the video where an attractive man tries to show an attractive woman how to submit a show to Channel 101, this is an instructional series about how to do other things.

First screened: 2014-03-11 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-05-13 at UCBeast


 

Vampire!

Vampire! took the April screening by storm, snatching the 5th place spot. Where will this unusual show go with its second episode? the audience wants to know!

First screened: 2014-04-08 at UCBeast

Last screened: 2014-05-13 at UCBeast


 

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