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The Guineas, Americas favorite dysfunctional immigrant family are launching their weekly original series THE GUINEAS SHOW on February 7 at "high" noon on
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Jan. 27, 2012 - PRLog -- The Guineas, Americas favorite dysfunctional immigrant family are launching their weekly original series THE GUINEAS SHOW on February 7 at "high" noon on

This animated comedy series has spawned out of the original pilot webisode with the help of the trendy crowd source funding platform and private donations.

Out of the mind of Hollywood "Creatimator"  (creator and animator) Raymond St.Claire, The Guineas are very busy running their drama filled family owned pizzeria in the heart Hollywood which caters to all the celebrity stars.

The patriarch of the family is Salvatore Guinea Sr. who transplanted to America years ago to find the American Dream. Surrounded by his mother Nanna Guinea, his sister Marie, his two sons Sal Jr. and Vito Jr. and his ex-wife Gina who was recruited by the CIA, this family try to stay afloat in the crazy world of stars, gossip. food and entertainment.

The show has gotten rave reviews and is rapidly building its viewership in leaps and bounds.

"It has taken off  really quickly and frankly… who knows what that damn family will say" said St.Claire

St.Claire is one of the creatives who find the internet a more viable platform than conventional television and has chosen to use to deliver his show to the masses. features the webs best web series making it one of the Internet’s largest independently owned and operated video properties. It  is now on pace to reach one billion views per quarter.

Many producers are choosing this platform for delivery of their media to avoid the almost impossible odds of actually getting their show picked up for network TV. The folks at have found a way to get advertisers to pay and then they split the revenue generated with the show creators. Is this the end of conventional television?

I asked St.Claire how the show originated and he replied " I was a creative person who, like everyone else, has been out of work for a long time now. I heard the President say we as a nation have to learn to re-invent ourselves. The Guineas are a representation of that actual thought and were born out of a re-invention… and the necessity to eat. Sooner or later… you have to have something more than Ramen noodles."

St.Claire voices the main "familia" cast and along with several celebrity impersonators and the help of internet "soundbites" the show comes to life weekly with a new episode.

When asked the hypothetical question of  "will all the fame change the Guinea family?"
Sal Sr. emerged from the mind of St.Claire and in his adorable Italian accent retorted
"Of coursa it will…thats a stupida question!"

For those not familiar with the show they can catch up and visit:  and see the original pilot episodes now or Tune into this hilarious zany bunch at their website   and walk away with a smile for the day thankful for the fact that this is not your family.

Or is it?
Source:Sophia Cuchella
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