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19 mars 2023 · ‘Monster Factory’ is a must-watch for fans of wrestling. The Apple TV+ documentary series has everything you can want from a behind-the-stage insight into the glamorous world of professional wrestling. Whether it’s the stories of aspiring athletes or the work put in by established icons, there is something for everyone to enjoy, even if they . Monster Factory: With Gabriella Belpre, Brett Waters, Amelia Herr, Lucas DiSangro. Welcome to The World Famous Monster Factory, a school where spandex-clad misfits escape the confines of everyday life to chase the dream of going pro. 17 mars 2023 · Episode 6. The Monster Factory Pro Wrestling Ring in “Monster Factory,” premiering on Friday, March 17 on Apple TV+. Episode 5. Danny Cage in “Monster Factory,” premiering on Friday, March 17 on Apple TV+. Episode 5. David Goldschmidt (aka Goldy), in “Monster Factory,” premiering on Friday, March 17 on Apple TV+. 2 mars 2023 · Apple today announced the new documentary series “Monster Factory,” set to premiere on Friday, March 17 on Apple TV+. Directed by News & Documentary Award nominee Galen Summer and Naiti Gámez, and produced by Vox Media Studios and Public Record, “Monster Factory” is the story of misfit dreamers at a wrestling school on the outskirts of a gritty New Jersey factory town who, with the. 16 mars 2023 · They’re made. Overview Welcome to The World Famous Monster Factory, a school where spandex-clad misfits escape the confines of everyday life to chase the dream of going pro. Monster Factory is a web series available in Polygon.com's official YouTube channel. The show is hosted by Griffin McElroy and his older brother Justin McElroy, Polygon's senior video producer and editor-at-large, respectively. The show's premise consists of both brothers opening character creation tools from several video and computer games and use their creations in-game as they cause all. Yeah Griffin and Justin specifically mentioned Monster Factory as one of the things they would continue doing after leaving Polygon, but I imagine it'll be pretty infrequent since it already had been for a while before that. I vaguely recall one of them recently mentioning a game that had a promising character creator but I can't remember what.