In it's ongoing effort to make Yahoo! relevant again, the site announced today that they'll soon be rolling out six original web shows - including a comedy headlined by The Office star Ed Helms, and a talk show called Losing Your Virginity With John Stamos

"In the last year, we have more than doubled the original video programming on Yahoo! to become one of the Web's largest content publishers," Erin McPherson, " Yahoo's vice president and head of video, said of the announcement. "The new shows and partnerships we're announcing at Yahoo!'s NewFront demonstrate how we are building scale, reaching more targeted audiences, and innovating with content." 

The descriptions, in full:

Tiny Commando: Ed Helms created and stars, along with Zachary Levi, Gillian Jacobs, and some of the biggest names in comedy in "Tiny Commando," an action-packed series following a four-inch-tall private investigator who uses his awesome fleet of vehicles to fight crime.

We Need Help: In Vuguru's "We Need Help," creators, producers and stars Cheryl Hines and Rachael Harris exploit their shared personal assistant.

Losing Your Virginity with John Stamos: John Stamos interviews celebrities about their first sexual experiences in "Losing Your Virginity with John Stamos."

Fashion Recipe: Celebrity stylist Brett Alan Nelson shows you how to get the most from one particular article of clothing.

Cinema & Spice: Julianna Strickland and Natasha Feldman explore food and film while teaching viewers new cooking skills and decorating ideas.

Grill Girls (working title): A new grilling show featuring Chef Megan Mitchell sharing her grilling secrets and tips for everything from steaks, to peaches and pizza.

According to CNET, the shows should be debuting later this year. Who hasn't wanted to see John Stamos interview celebrities about when they lost their virginity?

The site also recently announced that they will be making both archived and current Saturday Night Live clips available for viewing starting September. The clips will range from episodes originally aired between 1975-2013.

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[via CNET]