A while back, I fell in love with a short film that Zachary Levi and Tony Hale were a part of called CTRL+Z. The film, about a putupon cubicle occupant (Hale) who discovers the secret powers of his desktop computer keyboard, is hilarious, and won accolades from multpile film festivals for just how incredible it is. Now, the folks involved, including Hale and Emi Coligado (as well as the creator Robert Kirbyson), have come together for an online series based on the same premise, but taking it a little further than the short film could. I’m with Rae; I loved the screeners that NBC sent, and now you can enjoy it to on NBC’s CTRL site. Today is the premiere (the first three episodes are up), and Tony Hale and Steve Howey wanted to say a little something to celebrate!Vodpod videos no longer available.