Jimmy Fallon, Anne Hathaway
This week, the Game of Thrones theme song was redone by goats, and rap songs were redone Broadway style by Jimmy Fallon and Anne Hathaway. A college class played an amazing April Fool's joke on a professor, and a stubborn French bulldog expressed hisextreme displeasure at having to go to bed. Also, Hulu released its new original seriesDeadbeat, and The CW announced that its digital series Backpackers will make the leap to TV this summer. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best onlinevideos:
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Game of Goats: Goats never get old. This Game of Thrones theme song remix(?) is even better than the goat version of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble."
Jimmy Fallon and Anne Hathaway's Broadway Rap Songs: Could there ever be a hip-hop musical? Watch Jimmy Fallon and Anne Hathaway perform Broadway versions of rap hits like Snoop Dogg's "Gin & Juice," 50 Cent's "In Da Club" and Kendrick Lamar's "Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe."
April Fool's class prank: April Fool's Day has come and gone, but this trick that a group of college students played on one of their professors wins the award for prank of the year.
Deadbeat: Hulu unveiled the first two episodes of its new comedy series Deadbeat this week, and additional episodes will be added each Wednesday (though Hulu Plus subscribers can watch all 10 now). The show follows Kevin "Pac Man" Pacalioglu (Tyler Labine) as a stoner medium who helps ghosts resolve unfinished business in their lives so that they can move on to the afterlife. Check out the first episode here:
French bulldog bedtime:
Meet Frog, a French bulldog puppy who adorably communicates how much he hates bedtime before finally resigning himself to his fate.
24: Live Another Day sneak peek: Dammit, Chloe! Get a first look at 24: Live Another Day, Fox's upcoming event series in which Kiefer Sutherland reprises his role as CTU agent Jack Bauer.
Backpackers: The CW announced this week that 10 episodes of its original CW Seed series Backpackers will air on television this summer. The first four episodes will consist of previously released digital episodes, and six additional installments will be written for the network. Check out the pilot episode online here: (via Tubefilter)