Episode 1 of the Comedy Initiative came out on November 18th, featuring 21 minutes of back-to-back sketches and new material. Here are two clips from the episode’s interview segments.
The first is about Christopher ‘Bing’ Bingham’s recent tirade on Snapchat, originally published to his story in early November 2016. In it, he calmly discusses several issues surrounding the commercialism of YouTube creators. Big emojis have been shown in support for this, with triumphant fans declaring their love and/or ambivalent feelings for it using princess, 100, and small poops with faces. Observe:
The second of two clips from the full episode of Comedy Initiative original sketch comedy web series is about voice acting. Christopher Bingham is a prolific voice actor, appearing in more than one animated series on the internet. He was/is gracious enough to grant access to old audition tapes submitted to the likes of Pixar, Dreamworks, and Disney Pixar. Witness:
Watch full episodes of the Christopher Bingham Comedy Initiative here.
Welcome to The Christopher Bingham Comedy Initiative. This inaugural episode collects several of the most recent sketches, including How To Build Hype (extended), Pound of Flesh, And Bing Was His Name, and unseen material including voice acting audition tapes, and a messy Snapchat meltdown…
Watch all 21 minutes of The Comeback here:
The Comedy Initiative is a sketch show that collects recent videos from my channel as a long-form show. I’ll be posting a few excerpts and bonus clips for a couple of weeks to promote this one, then the process will start again. New sketches starting next month and running through new year 2017 will eventually mighty morph and roll out into a second episode.
Granted early access to Google’s new ‘Apple killer’ smart phone, the Pixel, YouTuber Christopher Bingham was keen to unbox the new tech in a video. One feature in particular caught his attention…
Bing has been unusually quiet on social media following the upload of the video. His Snapchat (slomozovo) appears to have been hacked, and his Instagram and Facebook pages have uploaded cryptic videos like this:
Nothing at all like Drake’s record-breaking album Views, this is a YouTube video called Responding to Hate Comments with Comment Dog. It features the all new original character Comment Dog, a cute pug dog who reads comments. Watch it in rapturous silence for 12 minutes and 46 seconds:
The video was announced on Instagram and Facebook with bite-sized edits of Comment Dog, for the busy professional on the go.
So this month I started working on a project called The Christopher Bingham Comedy Initiative, a new sketch comedy series on my main YouTube channel. The series will premiere as short individual videos which will later be collected and adapted into a longer ‘episode’.
Today I uploaded a new channel trailer to YouTube.
I also made shorter, funnier trailers on my new social media pages: