If you haven't gotten around to checking out Comedy Central's newest bundle of hilarity, The Other Two, now's your chance to see the entire first season for free on the network's digital streaming site.

The show's co-creator, Chris Kelly, announced on Wednesday that for the next two weeks, all 10 episodes of The Other Two will be available for online viewing, even for audiences who don't have a cable subscription log-in. The hope is that the critically lauded comedy series might reach a few new pairs of eyes.

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The Other Two was created by Kelly and fellow former Saturday Night Live writer Sarah Schneider. The series, a satire of pop star culture, follows two thirtysomethings — Brooke (Heléne Yorke) and Cary (Drew Tarver) — whose 13-year-old brother becomes the next mega teen heartthrob, a la Justin Bieber. The siblings are forced to adjust to the fact that their new reality centers on Chase (Case Walker), aka ChaseDreams, whether that means becoming the subject of one of his new viral songs or dealing with the effects fame has on the personal lives of the rest of the family.

The series debuted in January on Comedy Central and was met with praise and an early renewal for Season 2.

Season 1 of The Other Two is now streaming on Comedy Central's website.

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