Dropout TV is better than Netflix

Dropout is a streaming service by CollegeHumor, a well-known comedy YouTube channel. Born due to an inability to secure advertising from the YouTube platform, Dropout has what many other streaming services lack: creative original content. Unlike other services, all the shows on the site keep the same cast of actors, meaning if you love one show you’ll probably love them all. 

Fans of live play Dungeons and Dragons will enjoy the backlog of “Dimension 20,” with comedic powerhouse Brennan Lee Mulligan serving as the Game Master (GM) through campaigns surrounding fantastical worlds from deceptive politics in fairy government to the secret magic underneath New York. The players are quick, smart and undermine the GM in chilling plot twists every season. 

The newest season features guest GM Matthew Miller, better known as Matt Mercer, for the “Ravening War” which airs May 10. If you don’t know who that is, this show may not be for you, but give it a try anyway if you’re curious about the sudden resurgence in Dungeons and Dragons. 

“Game Changer” is the greatest game show since the golden era of “Jeopardy” and “Wheel of Fortune.” Host Sam Reich maintains control over feral, chaotic contestants in a game where the rules change each week. Frequent contestants Lou Wilson and Ally Beardsley are ones to watch for, and will go to wild lengths for a single point. 

There are plenty of other shows on the service, all with the same intelligent comedy CollegeHumor has developed with its new cast. And at $5 a month, its rate is fiercely competitive in comparison to Netflix or Hulu.

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