I have a lot of things to cover. So let’s get right to it.
Several new podcast episodes have gone up since the last time we updated the blog. You can find them all HERE.
We’ve come to realize that the podcast isn’t exactly popular on YouTube. For understandable reasons too. YouTube isn’t really the place for that sort of thing. But regardless, we don’t intend to stop making them. Chris and I thoroughly enjoy doing them and have plans for many, many episodes in the future. But to prevent from flooding our subscriber’s home pages with videos they don’t want to watch and cluttering up our channel, we’re working on providing a new home for the show. Mainly, iTunes. It’s just a matter of finding an easy and affordable way to do it. Hell, if you know a way, e-mail Chris about it.
Podcasts may be our main source of content for the next several months due to reasons I’ll explain in a bit. So if you like them, you’re in for a treat. If you haven’t listened to them, you should try one of the more recent ones. If you hate them, then why are you reading this part?
We have a couple things going on this year that we are very excited about.
Jamie may be putting a couple projects together this year and we can’t wait to see them happen!
The other thing is a very big project that I am helming. We can’t really talk about any of this stuff just yet. But this is where pretty much all of our time is going right now. We’re very excited about it and can’t wait to tell everyone about it.
WILL THERE BE MORE BRIMSTONE TERRACE?:
So it’s been a little over a month since the last episode of Brimstone Terrace went up and I still get the question, “Will there be more Brimstone Terrace in the future,” from time to time. I suppose I haven’t been totally clear about it. So let me take this opportunity to give you an answer and explain myself.
The short answer is no.
The long answer is NOOOOOOOO.
There’s a variety of reasons why. The show went into serious development a little over two years ago now. It’s been a long and very difficult journey working on the series. Each and every person who worked on it gave a lot of effort and I cannot thank them enough. Seriously, I’m so thankful for those people.
When I was developing the show, I had a plan for three seasons (each consisting of 6 episodes). Up until Episode 5 of this season, the plan remained the same. We were preparing to start pre-production on Season 2 as soon as Episode 6 was finished. So what changed our minds? Honestly, when we had our brief cancellation back in May, it got me thinking about a future without Brimstone. After getting things up and running again, it made me really consider if I wanted to spend another year (possibly two) and drop a bunch of money on another season of a show that no one is watching and the answer was no.
I would rather spend my time and money working on something that is going to move my career forward, something new.
This isn’t to say that I never want to revisit Brimstone EVER. I still have two seasons worth of material and if some other animation studio were to approach me wanting to work on it and someone else was willing to foot the bill, I’d totally be willing to write and produce them. But the fact of the matter is, that probably isn’t going to happen.
I just want to thank everyone who checked out the series once again. You guys are awesome and I hope you all enjoyed it. I’m sure there is a lot of people out there who are sick of hearing about Brimstone at this point and I totally get that. There may be a few little things here and there about it. But overall, we’re done with it.
Stay tuned everyone! We have some cool stuff coming up!
-Tyler W. Moore