My Brother, My Brother and Me’s TV Show Is Now Streaming at Seeso
Travis, Justin, and Griffin McElroy, who are perhaps one of the best sets of brothers in America, start streaming a TV show based on their advice podcast, My Brother, My Brother and Me.
What might that rambunctious, good-hearted tomfoolery that they’re famous for look like on TV? Well, here’s a nice taste of the McElroy brothers being in charge of “Safety Town”.
All episodes of the My Brother, My Brother and Me TV show are now streaming at Seeso.
My Brother, My Brother and Me, the TV series, starts streaming on Seeso this Thursday.
In honor of that, Seeso will be screening the first episode as well as have a best Yahoo Answers contest, prizes, and more.
The fun begins at 7PM upstairs at The Lost Knight in Echo Park and the screening will start around 8:30PM and it’s free to attend. Get more details here.
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My Brother, My Brother and Me Is the Latest Podcast to Be Made Into a TV Series and Here’s the Trailer to Prove It
For well over 300 episodes, Justin, Travis, and Griffin McElroy have had a damn good time dishing out unqualified advice on their own terms to their listeners on the My Brother, My Brother and Me podcast over at Maximum Fun.
Now, they’re going to have their own TV series on Seeso that upgrades the brothers to having adventures in their West Virginia hometown from the questions that they field.
This trailer looks like that they have a hell of a good time and promises plenty of delightful tomfoolery.
My Brother, My Brother and Me starts streaming on Seeso on Thursday, February 23rd.