Seth Green may be known for his role in “Austin Powers” or as the voice of Chris Griffin on “Family Guy,” but he’s also the mind behind one of the most successful animation houses.
His company, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, produces Adult Swim’s successful stop-motion animation series “Robot Chicken,” which is known for its raunchy antics and slew of celebrity voices.
But now the company is bringing its unique brand of humor to the WWE Network.
Monday, WWE announced Stoodios will make the first adult comedy short-form series for the network called “Camp WWE.” The show will depict their superstars as 10-year-olds attending a summer camp run by WWE owner Vince McMahon.
“Vince wants it as raunchy as ‘South Park’ and as adult as ‘Archer,’” Green told Business Insider.
Green says the show is only in the development stage, but he did reveal it will be in 2D and will feature classic WWE stars from decades past as camp counselors or in cameos.
“The campers think Sasquatch is in the woods and they discover it’s Andre the Giant, stuff like that,” said Green.
This isn’t the first time Stoopid Buddy Stoodios has worked with WWE. In 2014, they created a stop-motion series called “WWE Slam City,” which is based on the Mattel action figures of the same name.
Here’s one of the “Slam City” episodes below.
Green tells us “Camp WWE,” which is slated to air late 2015, will be completely different.
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