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Fundamentally Cynical (TV Show)

                                Fundamentally Cynical 


Welcome to the official webpage of Amazon's upcoming series, "Fundamentally cynical"


Fundamentally Cynical (2019– ) on IMDb



Fundamentally Cynical is an animated T.V. series created by Preston Hazard. The premise of the show revolves around an overly happy (and somewhat moronic) camp counselor, named Lizard Boy, and a group of highly cynical campers. LB is the main counselor at, "Camp Dingle-dork. "The series is set to premiere its first season on Amazon Prime Video in January 2019. Our new track is now available across platforms, listen to it here!



List of current Fundamentally Cynical Characters:

Lizard Boy  - Played by Preston Hazard     

Hugh Dingle Dork - Played by Preston Hazard

Campers (all played by Preston Hazard)

Toad Lick

Jackin


Herman

Episode one of, "Fundamentally Cynical" is quickly reaching Its air date! Be sure to head over to Amazon this new year to check it out!

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