Hungry Man hits the Web

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Yesterday, Hungry Man entered the online content fray with the launch of its own channel Hungryman TV, which showcases original episodic series from the company's roster of talent. If you're hankering for some pom poms and P.I. action, check out Bryan Buckley's "Undercover Cheerleaders"; the philosophically inquisitive can hear the musings of lesser known philosopher "Phistophicles," in a series directed by Hank Perlman and Steve Elliott, while Southpaw offer up some animated pranks on "Danimal's Late Nite Cartoons." Two new series from directors Pete Lydon and Alex Kuciw are set to debut in July. The channel is an initiative of the newly formed Hungry Man Entertainment, a full-service media company led by former Howard Stern Productions director of development Mark Grande. "We're hoping to become a full-fledged entertinament company," he says.
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