Machinima has a new original series set for release just days before Thanksgiving. The self-described “many-2-many” network will launch the Minecraft-themed The Bacca Chronicles, starring popular YouTube gamer JeromeASF, on November 23, 2015.
Sponsored by Verizon’s mobile video service go90 (but released on JeromeASF’s YouTube channel) The Bacca Chronicles follows the adventures of animated characters Kyle, Bacca, Allison, and Mod Gary who work as a part of a security force tasked with maintaining fair play and justice on a Minecraft server. In addition to keeping the peace, the four friends must deal with an evil general and his army of one-eyed “Peeper” clones, battle their own boss known as “The Wass,” and ultimately learn to handle their interpersonal conflicts.
The ten-episode animated series stars JeromeASF (who boasts over 3.8 million subscribers on his channel) as the voice of Bacca. Fellow gamer and digital star ChimneySwift11 (1.9 million subscribers) plays Kyle, and TheZombiUnicorn (190,000 subscribers) voices Allison. Comedian and actor Eddie Pepitone (of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia fame) lends his vocal talents to character Mod Gary. Other acting talent on The Bacca Chronicles includes YouTube stars Gizzy Gazza and Logdotzip.
You can catch all episodes of The Bacca Chronicles on JeromeASF and Machinima’s YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts starting November 23. Show extras and bonus content will also live on these channels, with all episodes and content running through December 31.