Failed Pilots Have a New Place to Go to Die

Oct 23, 2013  •  Post A Comment

It used to be that failed pilots were shuffled off to die alone, but that’s not the case any longer, writes Lisa de Moraes at Deadline.com.

The new fate of failed pilots seems to be to die online. Two failed pilots have been put on the Internet in the past two weeks, including a 2012 pilot called "Susan 313," starring Sarah Silverman.

Based on the comedian’s life, the pilot is about a woman who moves back into her old apartment after her long-term relationship ends. The half-hour comedy is posted on Jash.com and also appears on YouTube … and you can watch it below.

The other pilot is "Super Clyde," from Greg Garcia. The project followed a shy comic book fan who inherits money and turns himself into a superhero. "Super Clyde" is available on CBS.com and also appears on other online video sites, and can be seen below.

"Susan 313" …

"Super Clyde" …


  1. Super Clyde is awesome, and I can’t believe that it was passed over for “The Millers” both by the same creative group.

  2. Yeah, watched Super Clyde last week and really enjoyed it. Goes to show that network executives sometimes get it woefully wrong.

  3. How about 90% of the time. Their love of so called reality shows killed television.

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