‘American Vandal’ Asks the Question: Who Drew the D–ks?

Aug 3, 2017  •  Post A Comment

A new TV series seeks to answer the question, “Who drew the d–ks,” as it examines a high school vandalism incident in which 27 faculty cars had phallic images painted on them.

The series is “American Vandal,” a half-hour true crime satire announced today by Netflix. The series launches globally on the streaming service on Friday, Sept. 15.

Season one of the show from co-creators Tony Yacenda and Daniel Perrault will consist of eight episodes. Showrunner on the series is Dan Lagana.

The series is produced for Netflix by CBS Television Studios, Funny Or Die and 3Arts. Executive producers are Tony Yacenda, Daniel Perrault, Dan Lagana, Joe Farrell for Funny or Die, Ari Lubet, Josh Lieberman and Michael Rotenberg for 3Arts.

The show stars Tyler Alvarez (Peter Maldanaldo), Griffin Gluck (Sam Ecklund), Jimmy Tatro (Dylan Maxwell), Camille Hyde (Gabi Granger), Eduardo Franco (Spencer Diaz), Jessica Juarez (Brianna Gagne), Lou Wilson (Lucas Wiley), Camille Ramsey (Mackenzie Wagner), Calum Worthy (Alex Trimboli) and G Hannelius (Christa Carlyle).

Here’s the official trailer, released today …

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