Inside the New Season of HBO’s ‘Animals’
Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano created, write, direct, and voice each episode of the animated series Animals on HBO. The duo might still be creating branded content for an advertising agency in NYC if not for the pigeons preening outside of their SoHo office window. Inspired by the city birds, they ... [Read More]
The second season of “Animals” promises amazing guests, a Ty Segall concert in new trailer
After nearly a year, HBO’s animated Animals is ready to return, with a second ten-episode season premiering March 17th. Created… MORE The second season of “Animals” promises amazing guests, a Ty Segall concert in new trailer appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Here’s the Season 2 Trailer for HBO’s ‘Animals’
HBO’s animated comedy Animals returns next month, and today the network released the first full trailer for the new season. Given a double-season order back in 2015, the show was co-created by Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano, and season 2 features the voice talents of Whoopi Goldberg, Dan Harmo... [Read More]
Jerrod Carmichael’s new stand-up special “8” and season two of “Animals” get premiere dates from HBO
HBO just confirmed the March debut dates for the comedy special Jerrod Carmichael: 8 and the second season of Animals.… MORE Jerrod Carmichael’s new stand-up special “8” and season two of “Animals” get premiere dates from HBO appeared first on The Laugh Butt... [Read More]
The Most Useless Animals in the World, by Max Schwartz
I love animals, but let’s face it, many are dumb, and some are quite useless. These are the five most useless. 1. The Rhinoceros. I hate Rhinos. They’ve been endangered for years, but I’m not sure I see the need. They’re incredibly gray, their skin is all leathery, and t... [Read More]
The Most Useless Animals in the World, by Max Schwartz
I love animals, but let’s face it, many are dumb, and some are quite useless. These are the five most useless. 1. The Rhinoceros. I hate Rhinos. They’ve been endangered for years, but I’m not sure I see the need. They’re incredibly gray, their skin is all leathery, and t... [Read More]
How Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano Turned Their Ad Agency Side Project Into HBO’s New Animated Series, ‘Animals’
Last Friday night marked the premiere of HBO’s newest animated comedy series, Animals, a gritty and hilarious look at New York through the eyes of the city’s various regional birds and beasts. The series’ creators, Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano, provide voice work alongside some p... [Read More]
How Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano Turned Their Ad Agency Side Project Into HBO’s New Animated Series, ‘Animals’
Last Friday night marked the premiere of HBO’s newest animated comedy series, Animals, a gritty and hilarious look at New York through the eyes of the city’s various regional birds and beasts. The series’ creators, Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano, provide voice work alongside some p... [Read More]
How Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano Turned Their Ad Agency Side Project Into HBO’s New Animated Series, ‘Animals’
Last Friday night marked the premiere of HBO’s newest animated comedy series, Animals, a gritty and hilarious look at New York through the eyes of the city’s various regional birds and beasts. The series’ creators, Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano, provide voice work alongside some p... [Read More]
HBO’s ‘Animals’ Struggles to Rise Above Clichés and Crudeness
The premise of Animals, HBO’s new half-hour animated dark comedy, co-executive produced by Jay and Mark Duplass, satisfies a deep collective fantasy that is generally the exclusive province of New Yorker cartoons: what if, the show asks, the animals of New York City were having all the same du... [Read More]