Totally Viral was a British comedy television programme, composed entirely of clips from video-sharing Internet websites such as YouTube. It featured narration from English actor Donald Sinden, and premiered in the UK on 27 November 2006. The series' target audience was 16 to 34-year-old men – it was produced by Spun Gold TV in association with RDF Television. It featured jokes from DV3 Productions, an animated opening title sequence created by Jonti Picking of Sumo Dojo, and "Sweet Talk", a short film by Lorcan Finnegan. In promotion of the show, the channel boss Steve North remarked that virals were "truly ... the entertainment of the future". Totally Viral was initially broadcast on weeknights on UKTV G2, before moving to Dave when the channel was rebranded in October 2007 – at this time, a new season of 10 episodes was commissioned, which began on 26 October 2007.
From bad weather ruining weddings to vacations from hell, "Weather Gone Viral" uses video clips and interviews to demonstrate how meteorological moments around the world affect people in their every day lives. These unbelievable, and often funny, clips will include commentary from our meteorologists, interviews, and graphics that will keep viewers on their toes.
Akari works as a manager at a cafe. She is sincere and she has a good reputation with those around her, but she has a secret. Due to a video, Akari gets popular on social media. Soon, her family, who have peaceful lives, get involved in the social media world.