Seeso rolls out next three streaming series: ‘Bajillion Dollar Propertie$,’ ‘Big Jay Oakerson’s What’s Your F@%king Deal?!’ and ‘New York’s Funniest’

Seeso continues to roll out new original streaming comedy series in its second month as a standalone paid subscription platform, announcing a March 17, 2016, start date for Bajillion Dollar Propertie$, Big Jay Oakerson’s What’s Your F@%king Deal?! and New York’s Funniest.

The following week, Cameron Esposito’s debut stand-up special, Marriage Material, premieres. Here’s a clip from that. Roll it!

Seeso is an ad-free comedy platform from NBCUniversal that charges $3.99/month for access to original comedy plus archives to NBC and Universal properties plus other acquired content.

Here are trailers and official Seeso descriptions for the three series debuting in March.

Bajillion Dollar Propertie$

Eight episodes. A half-hour, semi-scripted comedy with an ensemble of seven real estate agents set against the backdrop of a luxury, cut throat LA real estate firm. Created and Executive Produced by Kulap Vilaysack. Executive Produced by Tom Lennon, Ben Garant, Scott Aukerman and David Jargowsky. Production services by Comedy Bang! Bang! Productions for Paramount Television (“The Hotwives of Orlando,” “The Hotwives of Las Vegas,” “Burning Love”). Starring Dan Ahdoot, Tim Baltz, Ryan Gaul, Mandell Maughan, Tawny Newsome, Drew Tarver, and Paul F. Tompkins as agency owner Dean Rosedragon. Guest appearances include Adam Scott, Nick Kroll, Gillian Jacobs, Patton Oswalt, Jason Mantzoukas, “Weird Al” Yankovic, and a Bajillion other people you love.

This teaser stars Adam Scott as the bajillionaire in question.

Big Jay Oakerson’s What’s Your F@%ing Deal?!

Eight episodes. Let go of pretension and leave your ego at the door as Big Jay Oakerson leads a pack of comics in a completely improvised show based on interactions with the crowd. Starring and Executive Produced by Jay Oakerson. Executive Produced by Cris Italia, David Kimowitz, Lou Wallach, and Frank Mosca. Directed by Art & Industry. Guest appearances include Hannibal Buress, Bonnie McFarlane, Colin Quinn, Andy Kindler, Kurt Metzger, and many more.

New York’s Funniest

Four half-hour episodes and a one-hour special. Launched in 2008 and set at the famed Caroline’s on Broadway, the “New York’s Funniest” competition is open to any and all performers from around The Big Apple — the comedy mecca — who think they have what it takes to be “New York’s Funniest.” Hosted by Michael Che (“Saturday Night Live”) and Leslie Jones (“Saturday Night Live”), Executive Produced by Caroline Hirsch, Louis Faranda, Andrew Fox, and Lou Wallach, and produced by Deverge.

This teaser focuses on the audition for Evan Williams:

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