We've been Wainy Days producers and distributors since day one, but we’re holding this brand new DVD like superfans.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2012
My Damn Channel, David Wain (Wanderlust, Role Models, Childrens Hospital, The State, Wet Hot American Summer), Marcus Stansel Productions and Salient Media have released Wainy Days: Seasons 1-4 on DVD, available today at Amazon.
Produced exclusively for My Damn Channel (http://www.MyDamnChannel.com), Wainy Days tells the story of David Wain’s (slightly) fictionalized adventures looking for love in New York City. Guest stars include: Elizabeth Banks, Lake Bell, Julie Bowen, Saffron Burrows, Rob Corddry, Rashida Jones, Megan Mullally, Nick Offerman, Amanda Peet, Elizabeth Reaser, Paul Rudd and Jason Sudeikis.
"Finally you can watch me bag--and then lose--dozens of babes on one full color stereophonic DVD,” said David Wain.
“We've been Wainy Days producers and distributors since day one, but we’re holding this brand new DVD like superfans,” said My Damn Channel Founder/CEO Rob Barnett, adding, “This Valentine’s Day present thanks everyone who loves this show with never-before-seen footage from our longest-running comedy series.”
Wainy Days has been winning large audiences and awards since its 2007 premiere. A 2012 NATPE Digital Luminary Award recipient for Best Original Web Content in a Comedy Series, Wainy Days was also voted Best Comedy Series at the 2008 Webby Awards; Rudd was honored with the 2009 Streamy Award for Best Guest Star; and Wain took home the 2010 Streamy for Best Writing for a Comedy Series. The new Season 5 of Wainy Days, sponsored by FIAT, is now available at http://www.MyDamnChannel.com.
About David Wain
David Wain is the director, co-writer and producer (with Judd Apatow) of Wanderlust, a movie starring Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd, being released by Universal Pictures on February 24. He also directed and co-wrote three other feature films: Role Models, The Ten and perennial cult summer camp classic Wet Hot American Summer; he serves as executive producer, writer, director and occasional guest star of Childrens Hospital on Adult Swim; and he co-created and co-starred in The State on MTV and Stella on Comedy Central. (http://www.davidwain.com)
About Salient Media
Salient Media, the Production, Distribution and Marketing arm of The Collective, is a leading provider of theatrical and home entertainment product with an emphasis in comedy. Founded in 2006, the company has produced some of the highest rated TV comedy specials for HBO, Showtime, Epix and Comedy Central and was recognized with two Emmy® nominations for its critically acclaimed HBO documentary, Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Story. Salient Media has successfully engineered the marketing and distribution sales strategies for projects that include multi-platinum selling DVD successes Katt Williams’ Pimp Chronicles, America Hustle and It’s Pimpin Pimpin. In addition, other widely successful titles include: Mo’Nique: I Coulda Been Your Cellmate, National Lampoon’s Spring Break, Mike Epps: Under Rated and Totally Baked. Recent successes include: Fred: The Movie, Night of the Living Fred, High Fructose Adventures of The Annoying Orange. In 2011, CEO Gary Binkow initiated the launch of Bloody Disgusting Selects, a premiere line of Horror and genre titles that has enjoyed great success with movies like YellowBrickRoad, Rammbock: Berlin Undead and 2011 Sundance movie The Woman. The first original horror production, V/H/S made it’s World Premiere at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival selling to Magnolia Pictures.
About My Damn Channel
My Damn Channel is a leading entertainment studio and distributor of premium content. Since launching in 2007, it has produced thousands of original videos by major stars and emerging artists. The studio has created some of the most successful new comedy series online, including Wainy Days, Horrible People, You Suck at Photoshop and videos by Harry Shearer. My Damn Channel creates premium, branded entertainment and targeted distribution campaigns for major advertisers. In addition to http://www.MyDamnChannel.com – one of TIME Magazine’s Best 50 Websites of 2011 – the company operates Blog, Vlog and Talent Networks plus a music channel run by Don Was. March 2012 marks the premiere of a new partnership with YouTube: My Damn Channel: Live, a weekly, 30-minute, hosted series. For more, visit http://bit.ly/yOa2jO.