Newsweek article The new campaign, called The Good Place, is a collaboration between the crowdfunding platform Patreon and the TV series.
The show’s creator, Mitch Hurwitz, has written a short film about it and is looking to raise $250,000 through the site’s Indiegogo campaign.
The fund raised $2.6 million in three days last week.
Patreon also hosts a crowdfunding site for shows with a similar premise, such as The Good Wife.
But this is the first time Patreon has put money into a crowdfunding campaign for a TV series, said Stephanie Chen, a senior program manager at the site.
“The Good Place is an example of how we can use crowdfunding to help get projects to a point where they can be funded by the general public,” Chen said.
The campaign is not only for the show but for all content from it, she said.
“We’re excited to be working with the creators to bring this great show to life,” Chen added.
“This is a unique opportunity to create something that people are really excited about and want to see on a large scale.”
In a video on Patreon, Hurwitz describes the Good Place as “a show about a couple of kids who are the hosts of a TV show.”
The show, which is based on the characters The Good Shepherd and The Good Doctor, is produced by the creators and stars Will Forte, Adam Scott, Alison Brie, and Michaela Watkins.
The Good Show stars Forte as the Good Shepherd, Scott as the Doctor, Watkins as the young lawyer, and Brie as the child’s mother.
“Good Place is a groundbreaking project with a unique story and vision,” said Lauren Shipp, president of The Good Foundation, which helped fund the campaign.
“I’m excited that we’re getting to work with Mitch and The Bad Place creators to make a show that is the ultimate story for children that we all grew up with, and that is a fantastic way to celebrate this amazing series.”
A crowdfunding site has long been used by TV creators to help raise funds for shows and other projects.
Last year, the site raised $1.6 billion, and has more than 9 million creators pledging $1 or more.
“You don’t have to be an established media figure to do this,” said David Gartner, a media and technology consultant and founder of the crowdfunding site BackerCrowd.com.
“All you need is a camera, a website, and some money.”
That’s why the creators have decided to go with crowdfunding, he said.
But what makes this campaign unique is that the fund is for the entire series, not just the pilot.
“With the pilot and the first two seasons of The Bad Show, we raised a million dollars.
So we wanted to go even further,” he said, noting that Patreon will also help raise money for the pilot of the series.
“Patreon has proven to be a great way to fund projects like this, as we’ve seen a great increase in projects going viral and the number of people making a significant investment,” he added.
The Bad Doctor’s story is told from the point of view of the characters and their parents, and it is based mostly on real-life experiences of patients.
The pilot of The Evil Doctor was shot with a GoPro camera.
The series is based in the world of medical technology, which may have inspired the idea of a digital medical record.
The characters are “super smart,” said Chen.
“They can see into the future and see everything around them, including their own future.”
“Our hope is that The Bad Season will help inspire a new generation of young doctors and medical professionals to explore careers in medical technology,” Chen told Newsweek.
The good news is that there are already a lot of young medical professionals who want to be in this field, said Gartners father, Dr. David Gortner, who is also a clinical fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
“Our kids and grandkids are the future of medical care and they are all in this world because of medical devices,” he told Newsweek in a phone interview.
“It’s an exciting time to be involved in medical science and technology.”
Patreon, which was founded in 2006, offers services to a wide range of industries.
For example, it helps people who can’t afford to go to school afford to donate to medical research.
Patreon allows users to pledge a certain amount per month to fund their projects.
Patreon has been used for shows including The Good Doctors, The Good Fight, and The Walking Dead.
The company’s website lists the Bad Doctor as a part of its first two pilots, as well as a new show, The Evil Doctors.
Patreon’s creators are also looking to expand its business, Chen said, and are looking to hire more people to work in its business.
“In the future, we want to work