(USA TODAY) -- Two more online-video destinations unveiled new series to advertisers this week.
Hulu on Tuesday added two shows to its growing roster of originals.
Quick Draw, a comedic Western set in 1875, centers on a sheriff with a Harvard degree trying to introduce the new concept of forensics to a small Kansas town. And East Los High is an inner-city soap set in East Los Angeles with an all-Hispanic cast, revolving around two teenage cousins.
The newcomers join former ABC soaps All My Children and One Life to Live, revived this week with new daily episodes, along with previously announced series including The Awesomes, an animated superhero series for adults from Seth Meyers and Michael Shoemaker due on Aug. 1, and Mother Up! (coming this fall), a comedy starring Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives) as a "disgraced former music executive" who embraces suburban motherhood.
Hulu, which offers free and paid sites, says subscriptions to Hulu Plus, its $8-a-month service, doubled last year, boosting revenues to $695 million. The subscription service hit 4 million subscribers in March, though there is some question about the long-term commitment of its owners, Fox, Disney-ABC and NBC Universal.
Over at Yahoo, which touted new programs on Monday night, Ed Helms (The Office) is prepping Tiny Commando, about a four-inch-tall detective "who uses his awesome fleet of vehicles to fight crime," aided by Zachary Levi (Chuck).
We Need Help is a live-action comedy starring Cheryl Hines and Rachael Harris as women who exploit their personal assistant. And Losing Your Virginity with John Stamos is a talk show that features the actors' interviews with celebrities about their first sexual encounters.
Yahoo also is expanding its relationship with ABC News, planning daily digital extensions of World News, Nightline and Good Morning America. And last week it announced a one-year deal with Lorne Michaels' Broadway Video to be the exclusive home for clips from previous seasons of Saturday Night Live.