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ROBOT, NINJA GAY GUY Wrap Season One

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Siv-Art Productions has wrapped up the first season of its landmark 12-episode web series, Robot, Ninja & Gay Guy. “I couldn’t be happier with the way Robot, Ninja & Gay Guy ended,” said head writer Eric Loya. “The fan response has been amazing, and I can’t wait to show them what we have in store for Season Two.”  

 

Bringing back characters from the season’s run, the finale sets the stage for a Season Two that seeks to raise the stakes in the small shared apartment.  One of two cliffhangers warns of an apocalypse that would occur should Gay Guy and Robot become friends, and Ninja is tasked by an ethereal group of omniscient beings with making sure that such a bond never forms.  

 

Exciting developments in the newly formed relationship between Gay Guy and his adorable, comic-loving boyfriend Ethan and the possibility of further insights into the life of nosey neighbor Mr. Furper (played by Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Nicholas Brendon) drive the show into a second season full of new characters and an expanded universe for our roommates to explore.


To celebrate the freshman season and to promote the practice of self-production by young audience members, the creative minds behind Robot, Ninja & Gay Guy have invited Youtube fans to edit the content of season one in creative mash-ups, with a chance to win prizes.  Entries have already been submitted and range from fake movie trailers to music videos to re-imagined plotlines and episodes.  

 

The creators are also looking for exciting uses of music, re-dubbing and illustration to bring the imaginations of the viewers into the process of the show’s evolution and story.  Two winners – one chosen by the cast and crew, the other by the audience – will receive an exclusive RNGG T-shirt, an MP3 of the full theme song, a signed script of an episode of the winners’ choice, two signed cast photos, and the first season DVD upon its release.

Details about the contest, including the entry deadline, prize details, and tips for producing mash-ups can be found on the series’ Facebook Fan Page at http://www.facebook.com/RobotNinjaGayGuy.

The producers of Robot, Ninja & Gay Guy have partnered with IndieGoGo.com and the San Francisco Film Society to offer tax-deductible donations towards the second season of the independently produced sitcom.  Like other popular web-series such as The Guild and The Legend of Neil did before picking up distribution, Robot, Ninja & Gay Guy is asking fans to help produce new episodes.  RNGG has been a success on a meager out-of-pocket budget and the fans have taken to the strong and unique writing style.  Now the production team hopes, following a fundraising drive, to generate a second season that surpasses the achievements of the first with upgrades in camera, sound and lighting, and additional crew positions.

 

Viewers of the show have established a solid fan community surrounding Robot, Ninja & Gay Guy and its growth has been attributed to their dedication and commitment to spreading the word about these three peculiar roommates.  “We can’t wait to take our viewers to the next level of the awesome that is Robot, Ninja & Gay Guy with Season Two and I look forward to discovering the possibilities of these characters and their lives with our audience,” said Rob Wood, director and producer on the series.  “Season One has been a triumph for us in feeling like we’ve created something unique and lovable among an audience of tech-savy and creative people,” observed creator and star Travis Richey.

Every episode can be found at the show’s website, http://www.rngg.tv, the fundraising page is located at http://www.indiegogo.com/Robot-Ninja-Gay-Guy-Season-2

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  1. goddoorq says
    November 16, 2010, 6:09 am

    I watched some of this. I didn’t love it.
    I’m not sure if the show takes a while to hit it’s groove or if the humor simply isn’t for me.
    But yay for them on getting to do a second season! :-)

  2. goddoorq says
    November 16, 2010, 6:09 am

    LOVE RNGG! Can’t wait for season 2!

  3. goddoorq says
    November 16, 2010, 6:09 am

    I need more of these hilarious guys. Bring on season 2!

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