The forthcoming animated TV series “Krapopolis” from Dan Harmon, co-creator of “Rick and Morty,” has been renewed for a third season by Fox, prior to airing its first season.
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The series is set in ancient Greece and will feature voiceovers by prominent actors such as Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry, Pam Murphy, Duncan Trussell, and Hannah Waddingham. “Krapopolis” launched its first NFT collection “Krap Chicken” in August, which allows token holders to vote on show elements, access behind-the-scenes content, attend real-life experiences with cast and crew, and redeem rewards for official merchandise and digital goods. While Krap Chicken NFTs are still being minted for 0.18 ether or around $280, the floor price of the collection on OpenSea currently stands at 0.11 ETH or about $170. Despite this, Fox’s president of scripted programming, Michael Thorn, remains optimistic about the project’s potential, saying that the decision to renew the series for a third season was a “no-brainer” for Fox. The investment of $100 million by Fox Entertainment in July shows the network’s commitment to the project. The Krap Chicken NFT collection has generated sales of 418 ETH or about $650,000 so far, according to OpenSea.