The Midnight Gospel: April will bring a fresh psychedelic animated series to us from Duncan Trussell and Pendleton Ward. From what we’ve seen of this so much, the new Netflix job, known as The Midnight Gospel, will create Ward’s acclaimed show Adventure Time look to be an extremely sober walk at the part in comparison!
The show was in the works for a while, as Trussell clarifies :
“Years ago I got an email from Pendleton Ward, the founder of Adventure Time, telling me he enjoyed my podcast The Duncan Trussell Family Hour. We became Pendleton and friends finally came with the notion of how to perform an animated version of my podcast to me.
He explained:’It’s like we replace the dialogue of Indiana Jones with podcast conversations.’
“This was the beginning of The Midnight Gospel, a show about Clancy, a slacker’spacecaster’ who lives in a different dimension called The Chromatic Ribbon. This is a place where simulation farmers utilize powerful bio-computers to mimic universes in which they harvest technology.
Since Clancy is not taking care of his world simulator, all the planets within it are going through their own distinct apocalypse, and the beings living in such other worlds would be the guests Clancy interviews for his Space-Cast’The Midnight Gospel.'”
The Midnight Gospel Trailer
Here’s a big trailer to sink your teeth into, before this series’ introduction…
The Midnight Gospel Release Date
The Midnight Gospel is going to be streaming on Netflix from April 20, 2020 — they did that.
The Midnight Gospel Story Details
Here’s an official synopsis of this series from Netflix:
“The Midnight Gospel is the story of Clancy, a spacecaster using a malfunctioning multiverse simulator who leaves the comfort of his extra-dimensional home about the Chromatic Ribbon to interview beings living in different worlds.”
The series is part of an enlarged deal between Netflix and Big Mouth cartoon studio, Titmouse.
“When Netflix asked if we wanted to go stable, we were thrilled. When we asked if it may be a open connection, ” said,’Yeah, obviously. It is the 21st century. That is the only way .’
Now we’re friends with benefits and I could not be more stoked,” stated Titmouse president Chris Prynoski. “This exciting and new relationship can help quench our persistent thirst for creating animated cartoons. Excuse me, I am gonna go carve NF+TM on a tree “