Dan Harmon’s NFT animated series has already been renewed for a third season

From left to right: an illustration of a mint green man with his head in a glass bowl suspended on four long legs that end in wheels; a bearded manticore; a man in a toga sitting on a throne; a floating woman with purple hair in a toga holding a golden chalice; and a muscular woman in lorica segmentata.
The characters of Krapopolis. | Image: Fox

Krapopolis, Fox’s animated series from Dan Harmon about a family of deities, monsters, and humans trying to keep an ancient city running smoothly, seemed like it might not ever see the light of day judging from the way Fox kept bumping its release date back. But according to a new report, Fox is still committed to the project and its accompanying NFT marketplace — so much so that it’s already given Krapopolis an order for another season.

Deadline reports that Fox has ordered a third season of Krapopolis ahead of its new planned premiere date sometime in the fall / winter television season bridging the end of 2023 and the beginning of 2024. Originally, a small preview of Krapopolis was intended to air in November of last year, but those…

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