We just checked in with the cats behind the Black Devil Doll TV show, “There Goes Da Neighba’hood,” and it turns out that while we weren’t paying attention they dropped several big announcements and a new poster!
First let’s play a little catch up… Mars Homeworld has signed on to do the music for the show, including the theme song which is riotously hilarious, and we hope to bring you that soon. Also, joining the previously announced cast which included Trent Haaga and Heidi Honeycutt, The Howard Stern Show‘s Richard Christy (Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay) has joined the cast.
All of the above begs the question… what has the Black Devil Doll himself been up to? The video below explains it, and you can check that out along with a new mock one-sheet!
Black Devil Doll fans, the loonies who made the first extremely infamous film need your support as they’re looking to bring the antics of everyone’s favorite ass bumpin’ puppet home in a big way!
If all goes well, the Black Devil Doll television show will be a 6-part, 30-minute per episode television series called “There Goes Da Neighborhood.”
That’s right… over 3 hours of raunchy and hysterical Black Devil Doll goodness! And they ain’t pulling any punches, either. “What we’re talkin’ about here is your traditional 1980’s-style sitcom, shot on sets, super fast-paced, with a laughtrack, a cheeseball theme song, the whole ball of wax,” says director Jonathan Lewis. “The main difference is that it’s going to be so incredibly over-the-top and filthy that not a single network would touch it. We’re going to make a show EXACTLY the way we want to make it. And it’s going to blow your fucking mind.”
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