Roosterteeth and its plans to take over the world move one step further, as they released their summer schedule for releases. Packed full of Podcasts, Vlogs and of course their summer of animations, the schedule is a necessity for any fan to be able to keep up with their favorite content.
As we speak their animated shows are already in full swing, as Red vs Blue is being released on the site every Sunday(8 AM), while Camp Camp’s second season premiered last Friday (8 AM) as well. While it’s the main show is on break, RWBY Chibi (8 AM) finds itself slated for an early morning on Saturdays.
The animated shows will be available on the Roosterteeth site a full week before they are released to the public on Youtube, giving First members a head start. The schedule revealed plenty of new first exclusive shows releasing this summer as well.
After the success of founder Burnie Burns Vlog, Barbara Dunkelman will try her hand at the format, with a new one releasing every Monday at the end of the month – similar to Burnie’s format at the start. Other first exclusive content (Fanservice, Posts Shows, Relationship Goals etc) will maintain their normal release schedules, but will be joined by new exclusive shows like Class of 198X (Mondays 12 PM), a Cow Chops produced DnD adventure set in an 80’s mall.
Podcasts will still air live on Roosterteeth’s site at their normal times with Dude Soup (3 PM) and CCTV (7 PM) airing Mondays, with Michael’s curse laced show Off Topic airing live at its usual time slot on Friday (12 PM). One change will see the RT Podcast (5 PM) moving its live airing date three nights later to Thursday, still airing at the same time.
As always the Podcasts will air live and will be available to First members the day after, finally posting to Youtube two days after it aired. The full schedule can be found on the Roosterteeth site, and be sure to stay tuned for more information regarding possible changes throughout the Summer as well.
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