We thought our first episode was crazy, but like cats, we just scratched the surface
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 23, 2020
Having taken over the Internet, the cat craze is invading television with the latest episode of “The Cat Show by Marcy Very Much.”
Now airing on national networks ION Television (SHOP and PLUS) and Retro TV, along with major-market stations like KVMD Los Angeles, “The Cat Show by Marcy Very Much” features feline-inspired comedy, dancing, cat care, and shopping. Air times as well as the entire show appear at http://MarcyVeryMuch.com.
“We cranked up the craziness,” said the show’s creator Cynthia Mance. “We thought our first episode was crazy, but like cats, we just scratched the surface.”
This second episode of “The Cat Show By Marcy Very Much” features hip-hop by cat-rescuer/rap artist Sterling Davis, aka The TrapKing of Atlanta, plus expert advice from Two Crazy Cat Ladies, cat-inspired choreography and comedy sketches, and a preview of the world’s biggest cat convention, CatCon Worldwide 2020.
Viewers will also find an array of cat merchandise and services. These include Litter-Robot self-cleaning litter box, the best-selling ChomChom Roller hair remover, eco-friendly Catalyst Cat Litter, Kitten Sittin’ cat sitting franchise, Hauspanther modern cat furniture, and Skinny Pete’s Gourmet Catnip.
“We created the show to connect with crazy cat people like ourselves,” said Mance, who also co-wrote the episode and performs alongside a cast and crew of Hollywood professionals. “But we also hope to inspire others to adopt a cat or three and become feline fanatics. Social media works to an extent, but all those annoying algorithms limited our reach. Since we all work in the entertainment industry, we thought, well why not television?”
Based in Los Angeles, Marcy Very Much began as a lifestyle blog featuring conversations between actor/entrepreneur Mance and her cat Marcy. The blog soon evolved into a merchandise line, appearances at conventions, and a television show that premiered in 2019. More information can be found at http://MarcyVeryMuch.com.