New Controversial Animated Series, The Guzman Show, Launching April 2012

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The Guzman Show is destined to be the most talked about web series this year.

The Guzman Show

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A Latin-American Family Guy drenched in Tapatio hot sauce and created by a group of very sick and twisted minds.

Cardboard House Productions will launch its first animated web series, The Guzman Show, April 2012. The idea for the series was created by sisters, Erica and Claudia Menjivar, and Producer, Soyel Sheen Gon, from the San Francisco Bay Area. The two sisters formed Cardboard House Productions and launched http://www.theguzmanshow.com in February 2012. The website debuts the official trailer for the show which introduces the Guzman Family members in a flash mob scene at the US/Mexican Border.

The Guzman Show will follow the fictional and comical lives of The Guzman family and introduce a plethora of characters representing all religious and racial stereotypes. The family members consist of a father, mother, pregnant teenage daughter, tween son, a cholo baby, grandma, a bird, and a goat. Erica Menjivar, Executive Producer, best describes the series as, “a Latin-American Family Guy drenched in Tapatio hot sauce and created by a group of very sick and twisted minds.”

The producers of the show posted a link to a Kickstarter fund on the show’s website, to help with the funding of the show’s first season. They hope to raise at least five thousand dollars. The show has already attracted the voice over talents of comedians, such as Felipe Esparza, the winner of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and star of Showtime’s “They’re Not Gonna Laugh at You”. Felipe Esparza is the voice of the Goat in the teaser trailer.
The Guzman Show will be raunchy, offensive and hilarious and hopes to find the fan base that will help the show continue to grow.

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