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Arnold Schwarzenegger's New TV Show: An Animated Comic?

Mar 24, 2011 | 1:24pm EDT

Arnold SchwarzeneggerWell, good news everyone. You aren't going to have to see this on television any time soon.

According to Deadline, Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest entertainment venture into television might be animated. The former California Governor has teamed with children's entertainment company A Squared to create the show, which he earlier called an "international TV series."

The company's mission statement is to create "content with a purpose." Right now, they're producing three Web series for AOL Kids (and we're seriously not kidding about these): Secret Millionaires Club, with Warren Buffett teaching children financial literacy; Gisele & the Green Team, with supermodel Gisele Bündchen as an environmental superhero; and Martha & Friends, featuring a 10-year-old Martha Stewart running an event-planning business. Deadline continues to say that the Governator might create a show about "his likeness," whatever the hell that means.

There's also speculation that because of Stan Lee's current involvement with A Squared, combined with Schwarzenegger's recent slip that he's "packaging a Comic Book character right now," there might also some type of Terminator comic in the works.

Regardless, the official announcement won't come from Schwarzenegger till April 4, but that's okay because that gives us at least two weeks to keep re-reading the above story, constantly holding back our laughter from the reality of its hilarity. A 10-year-old Martha Stewart? Teaching children? You can't make this stuff up, folks.

Source: Deadline

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