Before you shake your head and cry out in disbelief, check out what Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins have to say about the PennY Arcade Reality TV Show.

I have exciting news to share! A while back we talked about a reality show based on life here at Penny Arcade. It was just something we kicked around during a podcast but the idea stuck with us. We kept getting mail from people saying that this was actually something they’d be interested in. Eventually we decided to partner with 2 Player Productions and actually do it. So now we have camera guys here in the office filming us make strips, play game and eat lunch. They also followed us around during PAX and they will be at the CP charity dinner. I’m super proud to announce that the pilot episode is now available. You can watch the two part pilot episode right here on the newly designed PATV page.

So watch the pilot and let us know what you think. Drop us a mail or hit the forum, we’d love to know what you think. Our plan is to release two episodes like this per month. You’ll be able to watch them all right here on the site. I know we’re hard to look at in our human form but if you can stomach it, I think the show is pretty interesting.

To be fair, this really isn’t a television show, as much as it is a web video series, but it is still really cool.  Just be happy no one wants to see The Major Spoilers Show… just yet.

via Penny Arcade


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  1. Tycho was a friend of a friend of mine up in Seattle, and we attended a few mutual soirees. Good guy, and the Penny Arcade success is mind-boggling but couldn’t happen to a better dude.

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