In Stockholm, Sweden, hacker Lisbeth Salander is hired by Frans Balder, a computer engineer, to retrieve a program that he believes it is too dangerous to exist.
A horror anthology series that explores the dangers of a totally connected world.
Stories of deception and homicide triggered by online interactions. From the black widow wives hiding behind alter-egos to jilted lovers stalking their exes, from obsessive lovers enacting their disturbing fantasies to shocking tales of kidnap, violence and deception - each episode follows stories with jaw-dropping twists and turns as the web of lies is revealed.
Florence Champagne is a therapist who has very little patience for her patients. She’d had enough of listening to their problems for 50 interminable minutes at a stretch, so she invented a new kind of therapy: 3-minute online video sessions (where she usually ends up becoming the subject, by the way). If you choose her as your therapist, something’s definitely not right…
Indra unwittingly hacks into an anonymous portal while searching for new video games. He soon realises that he is now a victim to a threat known as the Dark Web.
Fiona Wallice is a therapist with little patience for her patients. Tired of hearing about people's problems for fifty long minutes, she devises a new treatment, the three-minute video chat. And still, the sessions end up being largely about her. If she's your therapist, you've got problems.
Web Therapy is an improvised online series starring Lisa Kudrow as Fiona Wallice, a therapist who has conceived of a new form of therapy: the titular "web therapy".
Robert's Web was a topical comedy show hosted by Robert Webb looking at the latest news, happenings, videos and pictures from the internet in the last week.
Rebecca Miller, a tired therapist judicious therapies and unnecessary childhood regression decides to launch a revolutionary new method: Express online therapy sessions three minutes.
Web Junk 20 is an American television program in which Vh1 and iFilm collaborate to highlight the twenty funniest and most interesting clips collected from the Internet that week. The show is now hosted by comedian Aries Spears. Patrice O'Neal hosted the first two seasons, while Jim Breuer hosted Season 3. Rachel Perry introduces the premise of each clip via voice-over. Season 3 of the show introduced credit given to websites the clips are taken from. Previous seasons of the show would only introduce the clips, but website addresses from sites such as ebaumsworld.com or break.com could clearly be seen in the clips.
The Web is an American dramatic anthology series that aired live on CBS for four seasons from July 11, 1950 to September 26, 1954. The series was also revived briefly by NBC in the summer during 1957. The program was produced by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman.
Web Soup is a weekly series that aired in the U.S. on G4. The show, hosted by Chris Hardwick, comments on the latest in viral videos. It has similar fashion to sister network E!'s series The Soup and is produced by the same crew as that show. The program held a TV-14 rating due to strong language, violent situations, and some suggestive scenes. During the first two seasons, this show was taped in front of a green screen like The Soup. In the third season, the program taped on the set usually utilized by E! News with added studio audience seating. Chris Hardwick confirmed via a comment on his website that season three was the last and the show would not continue. However, repackaged archived episodes returned to G4's schedule.
Big dreams. Small minds. Web Zeroes follows the misadventures of Nate, Alex, and Ray- three hapless geeks with big dreams of Internet stardom. The only thing holding them back… is each other. Can their friendship survive the trials of making it big in the world of LOLcats and viral videos?
A trip into the offbeat
Web of Life is a Canadian nature television series which aired on CBC Television from 1959 to 1963.
Working the Web was a short lived 30 minute American television program on ZDTV that aired from 2000 to 2001. The show, filmed in San Francisco, California, was hosted by Gary Bolles with David Stevenson and David Spark as correspondents. Each episode showed off the best ways to grow business using the Internet. The program was sponsored by UPS in an effort showcase UPS Online Services, a set of APIs for tracking, time-in-transit, and a "quick cost calculator".
Deep Web Exploration is a youtube series where "Mutahar" of "Some Ordinary Gamers" explores the deep web showcasing various oddities. Take a peek and see hitmen, drug dealers, white supremacists (real ones), and assorted other weird deep web stuff.