Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show's Kim Evey and Payman Benz by Michael Yarish/Sony
Sony Pictures' Crackle.com on Monday launched C-Spot, a new multiplatform comedy channel offering 52-weeks-a-year of Web-original programming.

For its inaugural 13-week season, C-Spot will feature Hot, Hot Los Angeles, a take-off of frothy teen dramas (new every Monday); The Writers Room, a Kevin Pollack-fronted satire of late-night talk shows (Tuesdays); Gaytown, in which straight Owen Benjamin deals with a berg populated by alternative life-livers (Wednesdays); The Roadents, a 2D/3D hybrid described as The Odd Couple meets Easy Rider (Thursdays); 10 new episodes of the Web hit Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show (Fridays); and Best of Penn Says, offering the most popular entries of Penn Jillette's unscripted online series (weekends).