Meet The R3al Metaverse: The First Parody Tv Show Using NFT IP

If you’re into reality TV shows and NFTs, The R3al Metaverse is a must-see on your list. This animated parody stars five characters inspired by top blue-chip collectibles including a Bored Ape, World of Women, Cool Cat, Doodle, and Roboto. Throughout the 34-episode series, they will become friends (or foes!), joke around, and even fall in love in a Los Angeles setting.

Moreover, as an NFT holder, you can contribute to the story too. The first six episodes drop today on all social media channels, so let’s find out more ASAP!

digital poster of The R3al Metaverse TV-inspired animated show

The R3al Metaverse is the first NFT-powered TV show animated parody created by Invisible Universe. Credit: TRM

What is The R3al Metaverse all about?

In essence, The R3al Metaverse is the first animated parody animation inspired by blue chip NFTs and reality TV shows. A hilarious ‘Big Brother’ of the Web3 era, the series brings together five of the most popular collectibles to date:

Together, these characters leave the Metaverse to land in a luxury mansion in the heart of Los Angeles. Each episode reveals their relationships’ evolution, as well as their thoughts and feelings.

image of a Bored Ape and a Cool Cats NFT characters from The R3al Metaverse TV inspired show

The TV show parody features five main characters based on the most popular blue chip NFT projects. Credit: TRM

How were the main characters created?

Surprisingly, the creators at Invisible Universe used one NFT from each collection to generate a 3D full-body character. Just take a look at this BAYC NFT coming to life for the animated show:

image of a Bored Ape NFT turned into a 3D full-body character for The R3al Metaverse

Each blue chip NFT served as inspiration for its full-body 3D corresponding character for the animated show. Credit: TRM

Of course, each character has its own background and personality. For example, Journey is a mindful, spiritual individual, while Claudine is sarcastic and straightforward. Their strong personality types will collide in a Los Angeles home – but how will they deal with each other?

We’ll find out the answer starting August 30th, when the first six episodes drop. Accordingly, they’ll be available via the project’s TikTok, Discord, YouTube, and Twitter accounts, so you’d better grab your popcorn.

This is just the beginning, though. Soon, The TV-show-inspired The R3al Metaverse will drop its debut NFT collection too with plenty of perks to come!

image of the five characters from The R3al Metaverse TV sitting on a couch

The project’s NFT community will be able to decide over the characters’ future in the show’s first season. Credits: TRM

What perks do NFT holders get?

Soon you’ll be able to join the producers at The R3al Metaverse by minting a Producer Pass NFT. There will be 7,200 digital assets empowering holders to decide on the show’s plot, among others.

As a Producer Pass holder, you’ll be able to choose the creative direction of future episodes. Do you own an NFT from one of the five main characters? Then it might be featured on The R3al Metaverse reality-TV-inspired show!

“There’s something special about seeing your NFT come to life,” said Invisible Universe investor Alexis Ohanian. “I’ve gotten to experience watching Pete go from a .jpeg to 3D character, and I’m excited for Producers Pass holders to have the same opportunity I did.”

image of the r3al Metaverse characters looking at a framed poster of themselves

The team behind The R3al Metaverse is Invisible Universe, one of the most experienced Web3 animated studios. Credit: TRM

Who is behind The R3al Metaverse reality TV-inspired show?

The team behind the reality TV-inspired show The R3al Metaverse is Invisible Universe. This leading animation studio has plenty of experience in developing character IP across web3 platforms. Their most notable partners are Serena Williams and Jennifer Aniston, who is also an investor.

“We approach storytelling in an egoless way, listening to the community about what they love and want to see more of in our stories. We believe the next generation of consumers is going to demand to be more a part of the development of their favorite entertainment franchises,” said Tricia Biggio, CEO of Invisible Universe.

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