Felicia Day to Host a 12-hour Google+ Hangout

By: Sean Patterson - March 28, 2012

Felicia Day, creator of the popular web series The Guild, will host a marathon 12-hour Google+ Hangout on April 1 to support the launch of a new YouTube channel, Geek and Sundry. The Hangout is a subscription drive for the YouTube channel, which will be home to geeky shows hosted by well-known (to the internet) “ceWEBrities”.

Here is the YouTube video Day posted announcing the Hangout:

Geek & Sundry will launch its premium YouTube channel on April 2 and feature new episodes almost every weekday. The schedule for the channel has been set, and you can catch these shows starting next week:


    The Flog – Felicia Day’s video blog that will follow her exploration of nerdy hobbies and experiences.


    The Guild – Felicia Day’s award-winning comedy web series about an mmo guild. The fifth season starts April 10.


    Dark Horse Motion Comics – Dark Horse Comics brings their indie comics to life with motion graphic techniques.


    Tabletop – Will Wheaton hosts a group of geeks who learn and play a new tabletop game every week.
    Sword and Laser – The popular sci-fi and fantasy book club podcast brought to video, hosted by Tom Merritt and Veronica Belmont.

In addition, a show called Written by a Kid will premiere on July 16 and air every Wednesday. The show features sci-fi, fantasy, and horror stories told by children and made into live-action and animated shorts. Also, on Thursday April 5, new, exclusive, extra content from The Guild will premiere on the channel.

Sean Patterson

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  • dl miller

    Wonderful…a world changing venture, an anti-establishment weapon…machetes like this cut through the jungle of established media…clear the path! Beware though….parasites fight to keep their bloodsuckers affixed and bureaucratic establishments are the ultimate parasites….just look at what communism did and does before a nation politic grows the antibodies of freewill to dislodge it (but remains always a subculture maintained by the parasites….a chronic infestation)…fight fight to hold the creative independence!