Camp WWE

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Camp WWE
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Genre Animated sitcom
Created by Seth Green
Starring Vince McMahon
Sgt. Slaughter
Ric Flair
Opening theme "No Place Like Camp" by CFO$
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 10
Production
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) WWE
Stoopid Buddy Stoodios
Film Roman
Release
Original network WWE Network
Original release May 1 2016 – Present

Camp WWE is a TV-MA animated short-form comedy series and program created and produced by Seth Green's Stoopid Buddy Stoodios along with WWE, WWE Network and Film Roman, a Starz Media and Lionsgate company. [1][2] The show features the WWE roster as kids in a summer camp, with some of the alumni as counselors.

Voice cast[edit]

Vince McMahon is the protagonist

Vince McMahon, Sgt. Slaughter, Ric Flair, Jake "The Snake" Roberts and The Godfather are all voiced by their respective real-life counterparts, while Goldust is portrayed as being a mime-like silent character understood by other characters despite not speaking. The rest of the counselors (including The Ultimate Warrior, who died in 2014 while the series was in pre-production) are all voiced by regular voice actors, with Triple H providing the voice for his character's father "Quadruple H".[3]

Episodes[edit]

Seth Green has played an important role in the animation of the series

Season 1[edit]

Five episode titles were announced April 2016:[4]

  • Episode 1: "There’s No Place Like Camp"[5] debuted May 1, 2016[6]
  • Episode 2: "Not Without My Eyebrow" premiered May 9, 2016[7]
  • Episode 3: "Survival Weekend" premiered May 16, 2016[4]
  • Episode 4: "Vince Is Just Not That Into You" premiered May 22, 2016[4]
  • Episode 5: "A Family McMahon"[4] premiered May 26, 2016

Season 2[edit]

  • Episode 1: “A Tale of Two Cenas” premiered May 6, 2018
  • Episode 2: “The Ultimate Counselor” premiered May 13, 2018
  • Episode 3: "Blackjack Beauty" premiered May 20, 2018
  • Episode 4: "The Truth Hurts" premiered May 27, 2018
  • Episode 5: "Deep Slaughter" premiered June 3, 2018

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