Dan Harmon’s NFT show set for season 3, NFT-friendly Square Enix CEO steps down and more

Krapopolis, the nonfungible token (NFT)-affiliated cartoon series from Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon, has been renewed for a third season by Fox, despite season one not even airing yet.

The Krapopolis team announced the renewal via Twitter on March 2 and emphasized that NFT holders can still engage with the show before it airs.

HOLY KRAP! Citizens we just got BIG news that Krapopolis has been renewed for a *third season*. You don’t need to wait for the show to start, you can start participating now by voting, viewing exclusive content, redeeming rewards and more on https://t.co/vQCCep6yyq!

— Krapopolis (,) (@Krapopolis) March 2, 2023

Speaking to Deadline on March 2, Michael Thorn, Fox’s president of scripted programming, noted  “We’re so bullish about the work that we want to support and its ability to find an audience and succeed,” as he emphasized his faith in Harmon. “While [a third season order] is atypical, it was a no-brainer for us with Krapopolis,” he added.

Krapopolis is an animated comedy set in ancient Greece that follows a “flawed family of humans, gods and monsters that try to run one of the world’s first cities without killing each other.”

The cast includes some big names such as Richard Ayode, Matt Berry, Pam Murphy, Duncan Trussell and Hannah Waddingham.

The series is produced by Fox Corp’s NFT firm Blockchain Creative Labs, which also provides the NFT-related elements for the show.

The NFTs are called “Krap Chickens,” and depict cartoon chicken avatars in the same art style as the show. There are 10,420 tokens, with some still up for mint at 0.18 Ether (ETH).

Krap Chickens. Source: Krapopolis

Holders are given exclusive access to experiences, content, rewards and voting rights on certain aspects of the show.

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