There's A New Vegan Comedy Series Coming - And We Can't Wait

The show is set to release next summer

A new vegan comedy web series - called Zoe and Charles - has just released its teaser.

Emmy-nominated writer and producer Charles Horn will be releasing a comedy web series about two best friends who want the world to go vegan.

A crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo is currently being held to raise money for the series. 


Zoe and Charles creator Charles Horn is known for his work in the popular Robot Chicken and Robot Chicken: Star Wars series, as well as the animated sitcom Fugget About It

He has also authored a book titled Meat Logic: Why Do We Eat Animals?.

"While numerous documentaries have come out recently on the topic, I wanted to see more fictional works as well," said Horn. 

"I especially wanted to create something comedic, with vegans as the lead characters in the series."

The series

The show is not only targeted at vegans, but also at a broad audience. 

"We will always aim for material that can make anyone laugh, even if they’re currently disagreeing with it," says Horn.

Zoe and Charles is set to launch the first episodes in May 2018.

The web series creator is looking to raise $20,000 over the next month.

You can support the campaign here


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