Exclusive: Nacelle, the company behind the series including Netflix Down to Earth with Zac Efron And Netflix’s The games that made us, She moves to podcast with the launch of her studio.
The company has completed construction of its Burbank studio and will begin moving with a list of shows.
Includes his launch list Toy store near you, who do you think you are? With Gates McFadden, The Billy Galaxy Podcast, Secret History of Nerd Mysteries And the For culture.
“Lots of companies create podcasts and then try to turn them into TV shows, for some reason, we like to do things the hard way, so some of our first shows are based on the TV shows we’re already showing on the air,” said Brian Volk-Weiss, founder and CEO of Nacelle Company.
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Games store near you
Actress, video blogger and writer Victoria Bennett aka Bevin is hosting this series who works as a follow-up with the shopkeepers on A Toy Store Near You to have an in-depth conversation and updates on their businesses and what’s left on the cutting room floor.
Who do you think you are? With Gates McFadden
Actress and choreographer Gates McFadden, who has worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Muppets Take Manhattan, is hosting a calm and intimate sit-down conversation series featuring close friends and former stars who remember jobs, personal life, and Star Trek.
Billy Galaxy Podcast
Billy Galaxy, owner of Billy Galaxy Vintage Toys and Collectibles, is an archaeologist in popular culture. During his adventures in hunting treasures for his store, and his personal collection, he befriended many equally wonderful characters, whom he would sit down to talk to in this new series.
Secret history of nerd puzzles
Two friends, Austin and Brenda, delve into the rich history of nerd topics often dear to their hearts with their loose and lightweight manner, and dive into topics such as Chuck E. Cheese’s origins, the controversial Sega CD Night Dust and the New Emperor’s Groove that has hit Disney’s cult.
Game designer David Fonner and Creative Director Adam Van Wickler meet for a dynamic, unsupervised insider’s perspective of the gaming group, the game industry and of course, gaming culture. It’s managed by Nassil producer Richard Mayrick.