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Following the Success of VidAngel’s “The Chosen,” the “Tuttle Twins” Series Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

Following the Success of VidAngel’s “The Chosen,” the “Tuttle Twins” Series Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

Having Broken the All-Time Crowdfunding Record with “The Chosen”, VidAngel Studios Launches Early Pilot Episode with Director’s Invitation to Turn Tuttle Twins Adventure Books—with Nearly 1.5 Million Copies Sold—into an Animated TV Series.

(Provo, UT—October 13, 2020) VidAngel, the family-friendly streaming app and original content studio behind acclaimed series “The Chosen”, is rethinking the production studio model by partnering with companies that raise money from the crowd to fund and then produce shows.

Tuttle Twins has just launched a crowdfunding campaign to produce a children’s TV animated series based on the award-winning Tuttle Twins children’s book series, which have sold nearly 1.5 million copies.

Featuring the adventures of the Tuttle Twins, the series teaches children about the enduring principles of America, including free market economics, personal freedom, justice, and more.

“I’m no different from the millions of other parents who are alarmed when we see young people who have been led to believe that our American system has failed and our country needs less freedom and more government intervention in our lives. A culture that fails to share its stories and founding principles to succeeding generations is a culture that fails.

Rather than focusing on the short-term ‘quick wins’ of each election cycle, I believe we need to play the long-game with a sustained focus on educating our children,” said Daniel Harmon, Director of Tuttle Twins.

“From the success of the books alone, we know that—as with The Chosen—there’s a huge audience out there who will get behind this series and enthusiastically share it. Tuttle Twins is fun, entertaining, and teaches our kids why America has succeeded, what the principles of freedom are, and how they can stand up for those principles.”

The crowdfunding campaign for the Tuttle Twins will allow parents to invest in entertainment for their children that is fun and educational, using a similar groundbreaking and successful crowdfunding model as “The Chosen”.

Videos to Watch

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Tuttle Twin Campaign Facts

  • There are 11 children’s books in the Tuttle Twin Series, with each book based on a classic book/essay —The Road to Serfdom by Hayek, The Law by Bastiat and Economics in One Lesson by Hazlitt.
  • Each book contains lessons that teach children about free-market economics, personal freedom, justice, and more.
  • The series has sold 1.4 million books so far and been translated into 10 languages.
  • The publisher is currently selling 4,500 books a day on average.
  • The crowdfunding campaign will use the same approach that The Chosen used to raise roughly $20 million for their series, making it the #1 crowdfunded media project in history, and then distributing through VidAngel Studios.

Read more:

Partnering with “The Chosen,” VidAngel Studios Broke the Record for #1 Crowdfunded Media Project in History—Now VidAngel and “Tuttle Twins” Have Teamed Up to Break the Crowdfunding Record in the Children & Family Category.


About VidAngel, Inc. VidAngel helps you make entertainment good for your home. Its top-rated original series Dry Bar Comedy and The Chosen have earned wide acclaim from critics and audiences alike.

VidAngel’s proprietary technology—empowering families to “skip” unwanted language, nudity, violence, and other undesired content from movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix, and Amazon Prime—is available on modern devices such as iOS, Android, ROKU, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV and continues to be popular with parents and families.

VidAngel, Inc. has partnered with Tuttle Twins Show, LLC to help distribute the Tuttle Twins Show and will receive distribution revenue for those services.

Ben Arkell

Wednesday 21st of October 2020

Melanie, that is awesome! We love the books as well. I feel the same way. I learn along with my kids.

Melanee Phillips

Monday 19th of October 2020

We read the Tuttle Twins books as a family. Even I learned something and our kids love them !