Brian and Lindsay will totally eat that. And by "that," we mean pretty much anything. Once they've eaten it, they'll rate it for you.
On each episode of this new web series, we throw food at our stars, and they'll consume it, consider it and evaluate it for your benefit. It's fun, fast, and funny. It's also kind of informative.
Here's our pilot episode:
This is the first-ever video production from MaximumFun.org, the audience-supported podcast network known for intelligent, charming, hilarious shows. We're hoping this project will prove that there's an audience willing to support independently-created entertainment, even if there aren't any Famous People topping the bill.
Our goal is to make ten episodes - if we can beat our goal, we can up the episode order. Your money goes to pay our talent a modest wage, and to support a full professional crew, including director, cinematographer, camera operators, producers and editors. Plus buy weird food. Luckily, we've got help.
If we can make it to $10,000, our friends at Hover will match that $10,000, so your support now makes a huge difference.
There are tons of amazing rewards you can receive if you support our work. Check them out on the right.
We're proud to run the best podcast network in the world. With your help, we can take the next step. Support Brian & Lindsay Will Totally Eat That now!
Here's some of our physical rewards, designed by one of our hosts, Brian Fernandes.
Back us at $20, and receive a refrigerator magnet with measurement conversions, cooking temperatures, and temperature conversions.
Back us at $35, and you'll get this amazing and slightly terrifying chip clip! Get a load of those chompers!
And for $60, you get this awesome kitchen apron!
Of course what's important isn't the level you choose: it's that you back the project! Take a look over on the right and choose a level that's comfortable for you. Let's make this thing!
Risks and challenges
This is MaximumFun.org's first video production, but we have a skilled team in place. Producer Jesse Thorn and director Benjamin Harrison have teamed to create Put This On, the successful Kickstarter-backed menswear series. We've also engaged Make That Thing, a professional Kickstarter fulfillment service, to make sure that physical rewards arrive in a timely manner. As with any complex production, it's possible there could be a delay in the completion of the show, but we think we've controlled for that risk pretty well.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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