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Super Deluxe was an ad-supported online broadband service provided by TBS Networks. It was launched on January 17, 2007 at 9:00 A.M. (ET). The service was focused on "television-quality" programming according to Super Deluxe senior vice president and general manager Drew Reifenberger. It was heavily advertised on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block.

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Description

Super Deluxe featured exclusive programming developed for the service by established and rising amateur comedians. This included short comedic sketches, episodic series, and short films.

Artists could share concepts and performances in a forum or in a personalized area. Fans could communicate with them and express their sense of humor through community tools, such as videos, profiles, and messages.

Merger with AdultSwim.com

On May 7, 2008, Turner announced that Super Deluxe would be folding into its sister website, AdultSwim.com. As a result, the majority of the Super Deluxe staff were laid off. [1]

The Super Deluxe site was officially taken offline on December 17, 2008. A selection of edited videos from Aaron McGruder, Brad Neely, Y'all So Stupid, Tim & Eric, Poundcast, and Bob Odenkirk are available on AdultSwim.com. The rest of the Super Deluxe library was eliminated.

Featured entertainers

List of past works

Brad Neely:

  • George Washington
  • Bring the Gold
  • The Professor Brothers
  • Baby Cakes

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