The first show is called "Virtually Mike and Nora." It's a VR comedy series written, directed and starring Nora Kirkpatrick from "The Office" and Mike O'Brien, a former cast member on SNL.
The show will reportedly make references to the viewer as its own character and at least one episode will feature O'Brien wearing (or growing?) a handlebar mustache.
Next up is "The Big Picture: News in Virtual Reality," a 10-part news series composed exclusively for virtual reality that will follow HuffPost RYOT co-founder Bryn Mooser and a team of journalists as they explore issues here and abroad.
According to Variety, one of the first episodes will report on a Dadaab refugee camp in Northern Kenya.
The two shows are the first to be announced after AOL acquired the virtual content studio earlier this year.