Recently acquired by global entertainment content producer and distributor Entertainment One (E1), Blueprint Ent. has started production on 26 half-hour episodes of the Teletoon original live-action/animated tween comedy series, MAJORITY RULES (formerly GO GIRL). E1's global film and television distributor Oasis International will handle the worldwide rights for series and is set to feature a lively and eclectic mix of animation and visual collage techniques.
She's 15, she's into extreme-everything and she's just been elected mayor of her hometown, Mayfield. Meet Becky Richards. She's not your average teenage girl -- but why would anyone want to be average? Running for mayor is one thing, but running your own life on your own terms? That takes real guts. MAJORITY RULES revolves around the life of Becky played by Tracy Spiridakos, as her world gets turned upside down when she tries to balance friends, family, high school, relationships and politics.
Exec producers John Morayniss (TESTEES, HUNG) and Frank Saperstein (REN & STIMPY, BOB AND MARGARET) of Entertainment One's Television Group are joined by line producer Chris Danton (PRAYERS FOR BOBBY, MASTER SPY: THE ROBERT HANSSEN STORY), production designer Rupert Lazarus (THE JANE SHOW, TOP OF THE FOOD CHAIN), creative producer Greg Lawrence (HOUSE PARTY, KEVIN SPENCER) and Steve Wright (IGGY ARBUCKLE, BRACEFACE) and Myra Fried (IGGY ARBUCKLE, BRACEFACE) as executive story editors.
Animated and graphic components for the series are provided by Spin Ent., which will be interwoven throughout each episode as a visual soundtrack. As an organic outgrowth of the comedy series, a strong online and web component will be available offering a portal where teens and tweens are encouraged to have their voices heard and make a difference in their own communities.