AOL is rolling out another 4 shows from this year’s programming slate throughout October.
All premieres are international, while the sponsorships are U.S. only.
Laugh Lessons with Kevin Nealon (pictured), in which the actor asks stars like Adam Sandler and Sarah Silverman to teach comedy to kids, debuts Monday, Oct. 6 on AOL On. The 12-episode series is produced by Ellen DeGeneres’ production company, A Very Good Production, and sponsored in the U.S. by Carnival Cruise Lines, AOL announced on Tuesday.
#CandidlyNicole season 2 will debut Thursday, Oct. 9, and episodes will roll out weekly. The web version of the comedy, which also airs on VH1, follows the House of Harlow 1960 fashion designer on new adventures with guest appearances by Paul Scheer, Ryan Seacrest, Rashida Jones and Matt Greene and Jarret Stoll from the LA Kings.
The second season of Future Starts Here with Tiffany Shlain, which received an Emmy nom earlier this year, will debut on Thursday, Oct. 23. In the next installment of the Verizon-sponsored series, the Webby Awards founder explores topics like the neuroscience on daydreaming; the evolution of social media; and new perspectives on creativity and gender.
My Hero, produced by Zoe Saldana, will premiere Wednesday, Oct.24. The series follows celebrities as they do a surprise visit to a person in their past who helped change their life.
AOL also recently announced that True Trans with Laura Jane Grace is debuting Oct. 10, and Making a Scene with James Franco was unveiled last week at a screening in New York. Most shows premiere 4 episodes at a time with additional batches rolling out at a later date.