Chris Webber's Full Court Pranks is a new hidden-camera series that features some of the nation's biggest athletes and sports celebrities playing elaborate -- but good-natured -- pranks on their most adoring fans. This ultimate fan experience gets the fans out of the stands and into hilariously awkward situations in the only show that lets everyday people get up close, personal and extremely uncomfortable with some of the biggest sports stars and celebrities in the world! Hosted by Webber, the series' first season will welcome special guests Rick Fox, Hope Solo, Nick Swisher, Candace Parker and more.

Chris Webber's Full Court Pranks - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-02-27

Chris Webber's Full Court Pranks - 4chan - Netflix

4chan is an English-language imageboard website. Users generally post anonymously, with the most recent posts appearing above the rest. 4chan is split into various boards with their own specific content and guidelines. Registration is not possible (except for staff). Launched on October 1, 2003, the site was modeled on Japanese imageboards, particularly Futaba Channel. 4chan's first boards were originally primarily used for posting pictures and discussing manga and anime. The site quickly became popular, expanded, and now features boards dedicated to a wide variety of topics, from anime/manga to videogames, music, literature, fitness, politics, and sports. The site has been linked to Internet subcultures and activism groups, most notably Anonymous, the alt-right and Project Chanology. 4chan users have been responsible for the formation or popularization of Internet memes such as lolcats, Rickrolling, “Chocolate Rain”, Pedobear and many others. The site's “Random” board, also known as “/b/”, was the first board to be created, and is the one that receives the most traffic. As its name suggests, the Random board has minimal rules on posted content. Gawker once jokingly claimed that “reading /b/ will melt your brain”. The site's anonymous community and culture have often provoked media attention. 4chan users have been instrumental in pranks such as hijacking Internet destinations to cause images of Rick Astley to appear in place of their content, coordinating attacks against other websites and Internet users, and posting threats of violence in order to elicit individual and public reactions. The Guardian once summarized the 4chan community as “lunatic, juvenile ... brilliant, ridiculous and alarming”.

Chris Webber's Full Court Pranks - Links to Anonymous and Project Chanology - Netflix

4chan has been labeled as the starting point of the Anonymous meme by The Baltimore City Paper, due to the norm of posts signed with the “Anonymous” moniker. The National Post's David George-Cosh said it has been “widely reported” that Anonymous is associated with 4chan and 711chan, as well as numerous Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channels. Through its association with Anonymous, 4chan has become associated with Project Chanology, a worldwide protest against the Church of Scientology held by members of Anonymous. On January 15, 2008, a 4chan user posted to /b/, suggesting participants “do something big” against the Church of Scientology's website. This message resulted in the Church receiving threatening phone calls. It quickly grew into a large real-world protest. Unlike previous Anonymous attacks, this action was characterized by 4chan memes including rickrolls and Guy Fawkes masks. The raid drew criticism from some 4chan users who felt it would bring the site undesirable attention.

Chris Webber's Full Court Pranks - References - Netflix