The Lucas Brothers are your typical law school dropout, wrestling nerd, identical twin brother standup duo.
They also happen to be very funny. After a strong debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon two years ago, the Brooklyn-based Lucas Brothers (Keith and Kenny) have officially arrived.
In addition to hosting a morning talk show on Comedy Central's digital arm, the Lucas Brothers have roles in the upcoming 22 Jump Street, and created and star in the animated series, Lucas Bros Moving Co., which premieres Saturday on Fox’s animated block ADHD.
I recently caught up with the brothers while on set filming in New Orleans to talk about [...]
Fox's new animated sitcom High School USA!, part of its Saturday night ADHD block, is running into trouble from the FCC. Creator Dino Stamatopoulos (Moral Orel, Community) posted on Facebook Friday, "FCC won't let us air this week's High School USA! this week. Pretty great." The episode did not air on Saturday. Titled "Best Friends Forever," the controversial episode involved teenage girl Amber (voiced by Zosia Mamet) getting upset when she learns that her mother is an amateur porn star, while her friend Marsh (voiced by Vincent Kartheiser) tries to get the two of them to make peace. Stamatopoulos added that if the episode airs (presumably with some [...]
Here's the trailer for High School USA!, an animated series set to air on Fox's new animated programming block Animation Domination High Def (ADHD). The first episode is set to premiere on Fox this Sunday at 9:45 after fellow ADHD series Axe Cop before ADHD starts off its regular Saturday night run next week. High School USA! was created by Dino Stamatopoulos (Moral Orel, Community, Mr. Show) and features Stamatopoulos, Mandy Moore, Ike Barinholtz, and Vincent Kartheiser in its voice cast.
Here's a brand new trailer for ADHD, the Fox network's late night Adult Swim-esque animation block that'll be airing Saturday nights beginning July 27th from 11 to 12:30am. ADHD's main shows so far will be Axe Cop, based on the comic book created by a 5-year-old and with the voice talent of Nick Offerman, and Dino Stamatopoulos's High School USA! plus a bunch of short-run and one-off shows. Head over to ADHD's YouTube channel, which has pumped out over 20 popular videos over the past few months, for an idea of what to expect if the trailer leaves you wanting more.
Here's the trailer for Golan the Insatiable, a new addition to Fox's animated Saturday night programming block ADHD. The show will air a preview episode this Saturday, alongside fellow new show Lucas Bros. Moving Co., before officially debuting next year.
Adult Swim is no longer the only late night animated game in town. This weekend, the Fox network premiered its new Saturday night 11pm-12:30am animated block known as Animation Definition High-Def (or ADHD), but rival Adult Swim snuck a couple ads onto Fox's airwaves during the premiere.
Without Fox's knowledge, Adult Swim bought two ads during ADHD's premiere on several local stations in the style of Adult Swim's lo-fi white text on a black background bumpers with easy listening music in the background. The first one read, "The preceding content has been a work of fiction. Any resemblance to networks, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Pay close [...]
Here's a brand new trailer for the upcoming Fox animated series Axe Cop that the network debuted at comic book gathering WonderCon this weekend. The show, based on a comic created by a five-year-old and drawn by his much older brother, will be a 15-minute series that premieres on Fox's Animation Domination, a new late night animated Saturday night block that begins July 27th. Parks and Recreation's Nick Offerman as the voice of the title character "Axe Cop," which is the most badass part of an already badass trailer.
The Fox network is trying something new on Saturday nights this summer, premiering a new block of 15-minute animated shows in the vein of Adult Swim's lineup. Fox announced today at the Television Critics Association tour that the programming block, called Animation Definition High-Def (or ADHD), will be airing from 11:30PM to 12:30AM on Saturday nights, beginning July 27th. This will make Fox the only major network trying to compete with NBC's late night juggernaut SNL. Fox's 90-minute block will consist of six quarter-hour shows, and the network announce three of the six shows today: High School USA!, a series about a bunch of upbeat teens from Dino [...]
Fox has added to its Saturday night animation block ADHD with a series from LA-based comic Amber Tozer. The Tozer Show will debut on Fox next year, Tozer announced on Facebook. She didn't spill too many details, saying "I'm so happy and excited and grateful and I feel like overeating." ADHD may prove to be a great spot for young comics. Next month, the network will preview two new series, Lucas Bros. Moving Co. andGolan the Insatiable alongside existing shows Axe Cop and High School USA!
Tozer is known for her web series nitTWITS, described as a "sketch comedy web-series inspired by the funniest tweets." Below, check out her trailer for nitTWITS. (via The [...]
Fox is set to premiere a brand new late night animated block called ADHD (or Animation Definition High Def) this Saturday at 11pm, and they ran previews of the first two shows, Axe Cop, based on the comic of the same name created by a five-year-old, and Dino Stamatopoulos's High School USA! Both 11-minute shows are embedded here for your viewing enjoyment, Axe Cop above and High School USA! below.
The Fox network is launching a new late night animated comedy block called Animation Domination High Def (or ADHD) on Saturdays this summer, and Nick Weidenfeld, the former head of Adult Swim who's spearheading ADHD, took to Reddit today to answer questions about the late night block.
Fox announced earlier this year that ADHD will be a 90-minute block of new and pre-existing shows airing Saturday nights from 11pm to 12:30am, beginning July 27th. The first three shows will be Axe Cop, Dino Stamtopoulos's High School USA!, and an untitled series from the Lucas Brothers. Weidenfeld revealed today that he has "a long term commitment" from the network, meaning that [...]
ADHD, the Fox network's upcoming late night animation block, continues to pump out cool web videos. Their latest is "A Charlie Brown Christmas Reunion," which combines Peanuts with Louie, following a middle-aged Charlie Brown returns home as he sees all the depressing things that have happened to his friends. Sure, it misses the guy flipping off the camera in the opening credits, something that other great Louie parodies haveincluded. Aside from that, though, it's pretty solid.
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