FOX’s ADHD Returns November 2

FOX’s new Saturday late-night ANIMATION DOMINATION HIGH-DEF programming block slices into November with all-new installments, featuring Axe Cop and High School USA!,” beginning late-night Saturday, November 2; Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Golan the Insatiable to preview during special ADHD lineup Saturday, November 23.

FOX’s new Saturday late-night animation block, ANIMATION DOMINATION HIGH-DEF, returns with all-new episodes featuring Axe Cop and High School USA! Saturday, Nov. 2 (11:00 PM-Midnight ET/PT). All-new episodes will continue every Saturday in November, featuring guest voices such as Michael Madsen (24), Jane Adams (Hung, Frasier), Scoot McNairy (Argo) and Deborah Ann Woll (True Blood).

On Saturday, Nov. 23 (11:00 PM-Midnight ET/PT), as part of a special ADHD lineup, new quarter-hour series Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Golan the Insatiable will preview, prior to their debuts in January 2014.  The special one-night event will kick off with an all-new Axe Cop, followed by Lucas Bros. Moving Co., Golan the Insatiable and an all-new High School USA!

In ADHD’s all-new Axe Cop episode, No More Bad Guys, airing Saturday, Nov. 2 on FOX, Axe Cop (Nick Offerman) has killed all the bad guys on earth, which means only one thing: he and his team of crime fighters need to find new jobs.In the all-new High School USA! episode, Janitor Day, High School USA! is about to lose all of its funding, unless the gang can find a way to get test scores up. 

The stand-up comedy of New York-based identical twins – and television newcomers – Kenny and Keith Lucas (The Lucas Brothers) gets animated in Lucas Bros. Moving Co. With the help of the people of Greenpoint, the twins run a moving company called Lucas Bros. Moving Co. Their customers are often apprehensive to hire such a scrawny duo, but the brothers like to remind them that that’s why God made two of them. A day that begins simply by moving a bed down the street may lead to the threat of city-wide catastrophe, resolved only with the help of a once-famous ’90s wrestler. No matter what happens around them, Kenny and Keith always remain totally, bizarrely unfazed. Lucas Bros. Moving Co. is created, written and executive-produced by Kenny and Keith Lucas.

In Golan the Insatiable, a fearsome godlord from an alternate dimension is trapped in the small town of Oak Grove, where his only friend is a macabre little girl named Dylan (comedian Mary Mack). Together they fight the boredom of suburban life. Golan (voice of series creator Josh Miller) is Dylan’s ideal playmate and she constantly urges him to destroy and wreak havoc on the town that makes her so miserable. Golan the Insatiable is created by television newcomer Miller, and developed for television by Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser. Miller, Silverstein and Jeser serve as executive producers.

Additional animation, including digital shorts, topical GIFs, comedy sketches and other exclusive material, is now available on adhdfox.com, the official website of ADHD.

Nick Weidenfeld and Hend Baghdady serve as executive producers on all ADHD series.

Building on its more than 20 years of animation domination, Fox Broadcasting Company created the ADHD unit to oversee the development and production of alternative animated series, shorts and user-adapted material for its brand-new late-prime animated programming block and new digital multi-platform network. Led by former Adult Swim executive Nick Weidenfeld and producer Hend Baghdady, the unit develops and produces original animated shorts and series to run both on air and online, extending across platforms such as Web, mobile apps, game consoles and Video on Demand.

Source: Fox Broadcasting Company