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|Created by||The Fine Brothers|
|Theme music composer||Driftless Pony Club|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||34|
Normal Episode: 5-9 minutesSitcom Version: 30-40 minutes
|Original run||April 15, 2012– Present|
MyMusic is an online mockumentary and sitcom. The series was created by the Fine Brothers and was funded by YouTube's $100 million dollar original channel initiative. The show was uploaded onto the YouTube channel MyMusicShow. The main sitcom series was released every Sunday, with the shows the company creates being released throughout the week including interviews with new music artists, weekly entertainment news, and an interactive question and answer series featuring the staff members. In an interview with New Media Rockstars, Benny Fine stated that MyMusic "was developed first as a television property" and then adapted for the internet. Sometime afterward, YouTube invested money to help the brothers create a premium channel, with which the brothers decided to create MyMusic.
The series was released both as a shorter form web series, as well as a TV-length sitcom. Every five or six episodes of the web version were combined into the TV-length version, featuring extra scenes and dialogue.
On May 14, 2013, the second season of the main MyMusic series was announced.
MyMusic was the primary series of the MyMusicShow YouTube channel. It documented the antics of MyMusic, a transmedia production company where, rather than referring to each other by name, the staff go by the varying music genres with which they associate. CEO and founder Indie heads the team, which consists of people following extremely different (and frequently conflicting) tastes and attitudes. The company claims to have been given the YouTube original channel, and has a documentary crew filming them day to day.
Main Characters 
- Indie (played by Adam Busch), a modern-day hipster and the CEO of MyMusic. According to a quote on the old MyMusic webpage, his real name is Jeb Indie.
- Idol (played by Grace Helbig), a social media addict and the Social Media Guru of MyMusic. She is a big fan of anything mainstream and follows any popular trend. According to the newspaper article glimpsed briefly in the first episode, her real name is Jamie Woods.
- Metal (played by Jarrett Sleeper), a metalhead and the Head of Production at MyMusic. He is the father of Rayna and the husband of Tina. When faced with incompetence, he dreams of taking over MyMusic, and renaming it Metal Town. According to his Yelp account and an episode of MyMusic Presents, Metal's full name is Emmet Allan Klaga.
- Techno (played by Tania Gunadi), a raver who is part of MyMusic's Talent Booking team. She is the only staff member who can understand Dubstep, and she acts as his translator.
- Dubstep (played by Chris Clowers), a raver who can only communicate through "wubbing" and other various noises. Although he can understand everyone else, Techno is the only staff member who can interpret what he is saying. He is part of MyMusic's Talent Booking team.
- Hip Hop (played by Mychal Thompson), The Head of Marketing of MyMusic who, despite his gangster facade, is a nerd who enjoys Japanese culture and role-playing games. According to his Tumblr, his name is Curtis Armstrong. It is revealed that he was once a cello teacher for ROTFL:BRBTTYL:) member Lunch, played by Athena Stamakinley.
- Scene (played by Lainey Lipson), a happy-go-lucky scene girl and an intern at MyMusic who has an unrequited obsession with Indie. She has a LinkedIn account that reveals her name to be Norma Haish.
- Intern 2 (played by Jack Douglass), a generic, bland intern at MyMusic who is commonly abused and berated by the other employees. Based on his Spotify playlists on Facebook, his real name is Melvin Munson. He develops a close friendship with Hip Hop after saving Hip Hop's reputation and is the unwilling target of affection from both Idol and Rayna. He has a deep love for flowcharts. Though it is mainly said by Indie, almost every main character has said, "Shut up Intern 2!" whether the situation was appropriate or not. 
Recurring Characters 
- Rayna (played by Lia Marie Johnson): Metal's daughter. Much to her father's chagrin, Rayna's interests include pop music and gossip.
- Bigfoot (played by Jonathan Green): A silent, mythical beast who lives in the MyMusic office.
- Scarfman: an inanimate humanoid figure made out of Indie's scarves.
- ROTFL:BRBTTYL:) (group played by Jimmy Wong, Athena Stamakinley and others) A music group recruited by Techno and Dubstep. The MyMusic team produced their music video, The Jolt.
- Tina (played by Lisa Schwartz), Metal's wife and the mother of Rayna. She is a devoted wife, mother and housewife and ex-metalhead.
- Rat Protector (played by Rafi Fine), a man who lives in the basement of the MyMusic office in order to keep the building's rat infestation under control.
- Satan (played by Toby Turner).
- Shaman (played by Akima Castaneda).
- The Guess Guy (played by Mike Mitchell), a man who refuses to divulge information, instead repeatedly telling people to guess it instead.
- Loco Uno (played by Vanessa Lengies), Indie's ex-girlfriend. While she initially comes off as a sweet, caring hipster, it is merely a facade for her cruel, manipulative nature. In THE END?!, she was revealed by Scene to try to ruin the company by orders of Chris Daughtry (who is mocked during the series every time) and was turned into a giant rat by Indie.
Notable Guest Characters & Cameos 
- Gorgol (played by Felicia Day), a Norwegian cousin of Indie who makes black metal.
- Rebecca Black (played by herself)
- Mr. Indie (played by Matt Walsh), Indie's father
- Chip the Delivery Guy (played by Shane Dawson), a delivery guy who briefly dated Idol.
- News Newsman (played by Steve Greene), a news anchor of the fictional Newstime series.
- Carl (played by Rafi Fine), a parody of members of Anonymous and 4chan
- Lab Tech 2 (voiced by Rafi Fine)
- Lab Tech Boss (voiced by Benny Fine)
- Christy Carlson Romano (played by herself)
- Hipster Metal (played by Shay Carl), Metal's replacement
- Hipster Techno (played by Hannah Hart), Techno's replacement
- Hipster Dubstep (played by Benny Fine), Dubstep's replacement
- Hipster Idol (played by Justine Ezarik), Idol's replacement
- Cops (played by Michael Gallagher and Lee Newton), the two police officers who arrested Metal's wife, Tina.
|Episode No.||Episode||Original Airing||Compilation No.|
|1||It Begins Again||April 15, 2012||1|
|2||Displaced||April 22, 2012|
|3||Invisible||April 29, 2012|
|4||Duck Face||May 6, 2012|
|5||Don't Panic! at the Disco||May 13, 2012|
|6||Back in Black||May 20, 2012|
|7||Secret Lives||June 3, 2012||2|
|8||Dual Mysteries||June 10, 2012|
|9||Office Dates||June 17, 2012|
|10||Single Ladies||June 24, 2012|
|11||Mystery Solved||July 1, 2012|
|12||They Finally Kiss!||July 8, 2012|
|13||New Business||July 22, 2012||3|
|14||State of Shock||July 29, 2012|
|15||Family Therapy||August 5, 2012|
|16||Trolling and Jolting||August 12, 2012|
|17||Cover Up||August 19, 2012|
|18||Party Time||August 26, 2012|
|19||One Will Die||September 9, 2012||4|
|20||The Funeral||September 16, 2012|
|21||Multiple Personalities||September 23, 2012|
|22||New Intern?||September 30, 2012|
|23||You're Fired!||October 7, 2012|
|24||New Boss?||October 21, 2012||5|
|25||Breaking Up :(||October 28, 2012|
|26||Choosing Sides||November 4, 2012|
|27||Sabotage!||November 11, 2012|
|28||Return of the Hipster||November 18, 2012|
|29||Truth and Lies!||December 2, 2012||6|
|30||Company Picnic!||December 9, 2012|
|31||New Staff?!||December 16, 2012|
|32||Diabolical Plan||December 23, 2012|
|33||Cops And Clues||December 30, 2012|
|34||THE END?!||January 6, 2013|
MyMusic Weekly Channel Shows 
MyMusic Live 
MyMusic Live was an hour-long variety show hosted by the staff of MyMusic every Monday. The live show included interactive conversations with the characters and the viewers at home, as well as performances from real life bands, comedians and personalities. Guests included Rhett and Link, Luke Conard, Hannah Hart, Taryn Southern, So and So, Dakaboom, Tanya Burr, Driftless Pony Club and The Fu Music. This show was discontinued after 18 regular episodes and three non-live compilations and replaced with MyMusic Presents.
MyMusic News 
The Mosh 
The Mosh was a show where 3-7 main characters of MyMusic respond to comments and questions from various social media websites, ask polls, and take suggestions from the audience to create a custom Spotify playlist.Also the creators alow any person whos question or answer will be entered to win a free T shirt from the merch store.
MyMusic Presents 
MyMusic Presents was a show where one of the MyMusic staff members interview a musical artist that comes by the MyMusic office. The shows featured the musical guest performing, answering fan-submitted questions and interacting with the MyMusic staff.
Awards and recognition 
|2013||3rd Annual Streamy Awards||Best Direction||Nominated||The Fine Brothers|
|Best Writing: Comedy||Nominated||The Fine Brothers & team|
|Best Guest Appearance||Nominated||Felicia Day|
|Best Comedy Series||Nominated|
|Best Production Design||Nominated||Greg Aronowitz and Alynne Schripsema|
|Best Visual Effects||Nominated||William Hyler|
|Best Use of Fashion & Design||Nominated||Cici Andersen and Catherine Elhoffer|
|Best Choreography||Nominated||Kathryn Burns|
|Audience Choice for Best Series||Nominated|
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- "MyMusic: A Web Sitcom About a Crazy Music-Obsessed Group of People". DirectorsLive. April 18, 2012. Retrieved July 5, 2012.
- Connor Livingston (October 29, 2011). "YouTube expands its exclusive-content drive with 100 new video channels". Techi. Retrieved July 5, 2012.
- Jeff Klima (February 6, 2013). "FINE BROTHERS BREAK DOWN ‘MYMUSIC,’ STREAMY AWARD HOPES [INTERVIEW]". New Media Rockstars. Retrieved February 6, 2013.
- Sam Gutelle (December 17, 2012). "The Nominees for the 3rd Annual Streamy Awards Are…". Tubefilter. Retrieved December 19, 2012.
- "BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!". TheFineBros. YouTube. May 14, 2013. Retrieved May 14, 2013.
- "Are the Fine Brothers the Future of Television?". Business Week. May 3, 2012. Retrieved July 5, 2012.
- Liz Shannon Miller (May 20, 2012). "YouTube’s first transmedia sitcom goes above and beyond". GigaOM. Retrieved July 5, 2012.
- "It Begins Again (MyMusic Episode #1)". YouTube. April 15, 2012. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
- "Emmet Allan "Metal" K.'s Profile". Yelp. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
- "Norma Haish". LinkedIn. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
- "IndieMadeMeMakeThis by Melvin Munson". Spotify. April 25, 2012. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
- Sam Gutelle (December 11, 2012). "Fine Bros’ MyMusic Channel Expands Reach Beyond Titular Web Series". Tubefilter. Retrieved December 19, 2012.
- "The Fine Brothers’ MyMusic News Is How Bigger Length Shows On Youtube Should Be". Wooshii. April 19, 2012. Retrieved July 6, 2012.