This is the CHS Network
Everything is Awesome launched on February 1st, 2016—with production beginning in 2015— and is the flagship property of Crude Humor Studios, having developed a version of the show that is performed LIVE under the Everything is Awesome: LATE NIGHTmoniker, pulling inspiration from Late Night with Conan O'Brien/The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien/Conan, Late Show with David Letterman, and The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. Wannabe writer and director, Kevin Gallagher, sits down on this long form conversational / interview podcast where his guests include comedians, actors, musicians, authors, fellow podcasters, and pretty much anyone willing to sit down and chat. Simply put, we’re talking to awesome people about awesome things!
Crude Humor Studios helped produce Once Upon a Time: The Rock Opera by providing them with a website and other marketing services. The first season of this web-series was wonderfully done and a great love letter to the original show by ABC, Once Upon a Time and the film proves that parody can be better than the original. Click the above image to purchase the film, soundtrack, and more!
The Zombcast has gone through several iterations, including a deal with Stickam to be their featured post The Walking Dead talk show. Beginning with Matthew and Nicholas (from Robots and Racecars, along with Kevin Gallagher, the show embarked on all things The Walking Dead: comics, games, and the television show. After some legal issue, the show briefly came back as a solo venture with Kev, but faded once again until 2017 when Steve Conroy joined Kev to become not only The Unofficial The Walking Dead Podcast, but to try and cover all things horror. The Zombcast will be one of five shows that launch on the That's Entertainment Podcast Network on May 1st, 2017.
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Happy Hour has a long history with Crude Humor Studios. Longer than CHS itself, the podcast dates back to 2007 in one form or another and was the launching pad for other podcasts, The hhwst.net Podcast Network, and a key reason in forming Crude Humor Studios.
Academic Nerds, the show that tried and never was. Morphed from SMonday Pod, a podcast about the Kevin Smith pocast network, The SModcast Network, the show turned into another pop culture / comic book podcast. Despite several attempts to bring the show to new heights, scheduling differences has put the show to rest for the time being.
Crude Humor Studios helped produce The Stabcast for about two and a half years by providing a co-host to the show. While produced by CHS, The Stabcast found it's voice in the live stream world, primarily using Stickam as it's streaming service. Known as "The Steel Tip Era", The Stabcast hit many milestones during that time frame and has continued to evolve since Crude Humor Studios exit.