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Maxwell

The host of Seriously Cereal, Maxwell is also the founder of Create4U and the Seriously Cereal illustrator.

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Jennifer

Jennifer created the format and concept for Seriously Cereal and now writes, directs and films every episode. 

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Faith

Faith appears as a regular co-host and often helps run camera and puppeteer.

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Brianne

Brianne is a regular co-host and helps puppeteer and run camera.

Are you a Snacker or a Spooner? Host Maxwell DiMarco is joined by his parents and his sister to explore the ten billion dollar cereal industry one bowl-full at a time! The DiMarcos share facts, opinions, and their own wholesome brand of inclusive, friendly charm all while teaching children and preteens the importance of nutrition and personal responsibility.

In 2021, Walmart recognized Seriously Cereal for its efforts to educate young people about nutrition while being inclusive and family-friendly.

Seriously Cereal was created by mother, novelist and filmmaker Jennifer DiMarco as a learning show hosted by her son, Maxwell, an actor, author and autism awareness advocate. Known for his honesty and dedication to wholesome, friendly content, Maxwell has not only appeared in over two hundred episodes of Seriously Cereal but he writes the blog every week, and draws monthly masterpieces featuring Spoony and Bowler for every patron. (Become a patron here.)

Patrons pledge as little as $2/month to ensure new episodes of Seriously Cereal post every Saturday at 11am Pacific Time. Their pledges also support Create4U, a monthly creative club that works with at-risk and differently-abled young adults ages thirteen to twenty-five to create exciting action adventure web series like Space Marines, Temporal Outlaws, and Ghost Gang, as well as publishing books and games together. Find out more about Create4U here.

Patrons can also appear (if they want to) on an episode of Seriously Cereal with Maxwell either via video chat or outdoor in-person in Washington State!

Seriously Cereal is produced by Blue Forge Films, the film, television, and web series division of Blue Legacy, an entirely volunteer-run 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 1989 to bring diverse people together and empower storytellers across all mediums. (Find out more about Blue Legacy here.) 

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