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Comic-Con 2011 Interview: Paul Scheer Discusses NTSF:SD:SUV:: And The League
Paul Scheer is all over the place lately, and that’s a good thing for movies, TV and comedy in general. Amidst a flurry of projects, he stopped in at Comic-Con to participate in the Adult Swim panel, which showcased his upcoming comedy series NTSF:SD:SUV::. That’s National Terrorist Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle, in case you were wondering. Scheer sat down with me to talk about the show, as well as his other numerous projects.
Adult Swim's CSI Parody NTSF:SD:SUV:: Preview
This genre, without any doubt, is ripe for parody. I mean, some of the police procedurals on TV are so ridiculous, with their hot detectives and hotter one-liners, that they are teetering on becoming parodies of themselves anyway. I can't watch David Caruso on CSI: Miami without laughing hysterically. Adult Swim has decided to take the genre and make it funny, you know, on purpose, with their new show NTSF:SD:SUV::.
Childrens Hospital: Complete First & Second Seasons [Review]
It is confirmed by science that there are more comedians roaming American television than there are feathers on the biggest chicken ever. Gone are comedic duos and trios, for troupes have taken over, and not your conventional Monty Python-like static groupings. Comedy's doors are constantly revolving, creating gluttonous, polycephalic blobs of uproarious dark matter.
Adult Swim Announces Three New Shows and More in Development
The Adult Swim upfront event happened last week in New York, and they announced three new original programs to join the already green-lighted Black Dynamite and NTSF:SD:SUV (National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle) on the 2011-12 schedule. On top of the three (totaling five) new shows, they also announced a bunch of projects in development, and some of the names on that list are pretty exciting.
Adult Swim Picks Up Animated Spin-off Of Black Dynamite
Adult Swim has picked up Jones’ newest project, Black Dynamite: The Animated Series, after plans for a spin-off of the 2009 theatrical release, Black Dynamite, had been rumored for months. If you are a fan of the theatrical release, you should be pretty excited rather than ecstatic, because the show won’t be airing until spring of 2012, so we’ve still got a year to wait out before we’ll actually know if the premise will work for late night television.
Details On Jason Lee's Skateboarding Project
Lee will play a forty-two year old former skateboarding virtuoso who wakes up from a coma twenty-five years after attempting an ill-fated trick. The man’s name? Jon Johnsonsen. He’ll reportedly struggle to adapt
Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III Trailers
Yesterday, we posted some photos and details about Adult Swim's upcoming Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III. Today we have some videos to share with you!
Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III Preview
Later this month Adult Swim will premiere the third installment of the Robot Chicken: Star Wars Trilogy. Star Wars fans and those who love Robot Chicken won’t want to miss this hour-long special.
Jason Lee Working On Skateboard Comedy Pilot For Adult Swim
In a conversation with the press today about his upcoming appearance in the hilariously charming Fox comedy series Raising Hope, Jason Lee also talked briefly about his live-action Adult Swim project.
Childrens Hospital Preview: Season 1 Finale
And just like that… it’s over. Adult Swim’s whacky medical-drama(ish) series Childrens Hospital is about to wrap up its first season. Read on for details from the episode.
Squidbillies New Season Premieres May 16
As much as I fought liking Adult Swim's redneck buffoonery on Squidbillies, I fell in love with the show. The characters are so over-the-top and ridiculous, you find yourself laughing at every stereotype they tackle.
Check Out Clips Of Tomorrow's Archer Premiere
Adult Swim is coming to FX tomorrow night with the premiere of Archer. Fans of Frisky Dingo should already be on board since it's the same creative team behind both ventures. While the episodes may not have impressed our own Steve West, now you have the opportunity to sample it for yourselves
The Boondocks To Return March 2010
It's been almost two years since we got any new episodes, and I know I thought Aaron McGruder's The Boondocks was gone for good. First, he took away the newspaper strip to focus on the animated series, and then it ended in March, 2008. So it's incredibly exciting to hear that the third season of the show should kick off in March 2010
Robot Chicken Crew Headed To Fox
During last Sunday’s episode of Family Guy, in which Stewie and Brian visited multiple universes, the baby and dog found themselves briefly visiting a Robot Chicken universe. Stewie made a remark to Chris (voiced by Seth Green), asking him, “How’s it feel to be on a major network for thirty seconds?” Looks like the joke's on you, Stewie!
Adult Swim Snatches Up King Of The Hill Reruns
As of right now, ABC may just be King of the Hill’s only hope of being renewed. While the fate of the series still hangs in the balance, the fate of King’s reruns has been decided. Adult Swim is making room in their expanding lineup for the animated series.