The new series, mostly nonfiction, rely heavily on the audiences' desire to see celebrities doing things besides acting, whether it's talking about their favorite movies or paying tribute to a loved one.
The new series, which will premiere on AOL On Network throughout 2014, include:
"Making a Scene With
"Inspired," featuring celebrities and other newsworthy types recounting moments that inspired them.
"My Hero," a series executive produced by
"Win/Win" features famous athletes and successful entrepreneurs for off-the-cuff conversation.
"That's Racist," hosted by comedian
"So Much More" documents the transition of punk rock singer Tom Gabel to become the woman Laura Jane Grace. She also interviews other members of the often misunderstood transgender community.
"Follow Me" looks at the real lives of modern digital media stars, taking viewers behind the
"The Road to Disrupt" is a real-life "Silicon Valley," in which five startup companies compete to win $50,000 in funding at the TechCrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield in San Francisco.
"In Short" allows various actors to create a documentary through their own eyes and features work by Katie Holmes, Jeff Garlin,
"Connected" is a long-form video series that follows the lives of five seemingly unconnected New Yorkers whose lives eventually come together.
"Park Bench" follows actor
"City.Ballet." is executive produced by
"The Future Starts Here" is a docuseries from filmmaker Tiffany Shlain that looks at where our society may be heading in terms of technology.