And this was an easy choice to back.
The gameplay is fairly simple. Each player starts with a network of really bad shows, and a small amount of capital that they can use to hire stars, buy shows, or sign advertisements. Ads give you more money, and some shows need to be paired with Ads or Stars before they can be played. All the 'stuff' that is available for purchase is laid out at the beginning of the round, and players move in order to take items, so you should plan a few plays ahead, but someone else can always swoop in and grab a show you really want. Players can also choose to step out of the round early, for rewards which get lower for each person leaving the round, and players need to be careful not to leave a bunch of free or cheap stuff for the last player to scoop up.
While it's fairly simple, there looks to be a real strategic depth to the game, and given that it should fit in a reasonably small, easily travelable package, I'm really looking forward to getting this one into my collection.