Your Survival Guide for Traversing “The Memphis Show” Featured on ComedyCowhide.com
ComedyCowhide.com (https://www.comedycowhide.com), a website that features “The Memphis Show,” and other humorous fun-filled video bit creations, is produced by Niccole Rumans.
San Diego, California Aug 23, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – The Memphis Show featured on ComedyCowhide.com (https://www.comedycowhide.com), is knee-deep into its fourth season and is due for a little explanation as to why each season is as different from each other. What was the creator thinking?
“It was about re-inventing the main character called Memphis,” says Niccole Rumans, Creator and producer of the off-beat YouTube video series. “With each season I take Memphis and totally recreate her so she stays fresh and dynamic, all with a dark comedic flare,” adds Niccole.
So let’s dive into each season and see if we can survive through what seems to be a hot comedic mess.
Season one kicks off with an animated series, Memphis as a toon character trying to figure out ways how to confess in non-traditional forms not featured in Hollywood movies.
In season two Memphis comes out of the animated closet and into real life in a San Diego vlog series, but as a Vampire in a sober-living house full of people. Although she reveals to her audience her true mission which entails past brainwashing by Hollywood on YouTube.
In season three Memphis is trapped by the pandemic blues and decides to focus on online content, her only source of entertainment. Engrossed in celebrity gossip and two-bit commentary reporting, Memphis alludes to her dreams as an entertainment reporter and ends the season with allusions to the subject matter of season four.
Season four is where all the dirt from Memphis’ past comes in. Once a podcast show back in 2016, the creator of the show, Niccole Rumans, decided to re-package the podcast into a video series. Memphis tells all (dirty whoring sins included) in a time-warped backstory. So if the audience starts with season four, and then to season one then they are on track with traversing the mind of Memphis.
Viewers can watch new episodes of “The Memphis Show” on Fridays at 5 pm, Pacific Standard Time on ComedyCowhide.com YouTube Channel.
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