Maker Studios is planning to be very busy during the fall and winter seasons. The digital media company, known for working with its network of online video content creators, has announced a 15-show programming slate, as well as the relaunch of its gaming destination Polaris and its comedy hub The Station.
11 of the new programs will live on Polaris, which launched in 2013 as an evolution of Maker’s Game Station brand, while four more will arrive on The Station, which was previously known as Nacho Punch. As expected, several of these new shows will be led by some of the biggest stars within Maker’s network. As an example, Timothy DeLaGhetto andRicky Shucks (pictured above) will inhabit a time-travelling food truck in Thai Machine. Other creators will their own series in Maker’s upcoming initiative include The Gregory Brothers, Kali Muscle, and LuzuGames.
It’s not just Maker’s highest-profile partners, however, who are featured in the upcoming slate. The network is also working with the up-and-coming creators within its Spark program; they will fill out the casts for several of the shows Maker plans to premiere.