Created by Dan Perrault. Produced by 3 Arts Entertainment. Stars: Tyler Alvarez, Griffin Gluck, Jimmy Tatro. Also known as Vândalo Americano in Brazil. It premiered on Sep 15, 2017, on Netflix. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.2 *. Won the Golden Trailer, Peabody Award. American Vandal is filmed in USA.
How Many Seasons Does American Vandal Have: 2 (16 episodes)
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Season premieres on September 14, 2018
Netflix, 8 episodes
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Season premieres on September 15, 2017
Netflix, 8 episodes
American Vandal is on Netflix (USA) Fridays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 1 (The Brownout) - Air Date: Sep 14, 2018 (about a year ago)
American Vandal season 2 doesn't stink: EW review - according to Ew
And I’m excited to write a bit more about this season’s latter-episode twists after the show debuts! I’m not sure season 2 will cause as much of a stir as the first outing, but it feels like a successful attempt to franchise-ify American Vandal’s peculiar mix of lowbrow comedy, highbrow style, and an ongoing portrait of the American high school as a clash between dueling realities, where the best truths are always fiction.
'American Vandal' Season 2 Review: A Brilliant, Shit-Spearean Tragedy - via Collider
And that’s another way season 2 differentiates itself; without spoiling a thing, I will say The Turdburglar is discovered, and two things are true. 1) Like surprise turds, you will not see it coming. Like season one, American Vandal has crafted a shockingly complex, genuinely intriguing mystery that it unpacks in equally clever ways. And 2) The Turdburglar’s unmasking is secondary to the emotional wallop that it comes with during the season’s masterful final stretch. Yes, American Vandal is still very funny. Yes, we are discussing a mystery surrounding actual piles of poop. But maybe it shouldn’t come as a surprise that a show featuring numerous shots of people shitting their pants should ultimately end on the idea that in life—high school and beyond—it’s what is on the inside that counts.
Emmys 2018: The case for nominating American Vandal - per Hiddenremote
In a perfect world, American Vandal should receive nominations in the Limited Series category, Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, and a Best Actor nomination for Tatro. That being said, the best chance that American Vandal has in scoring a nomination is for Limited Series, which would most likely be in the fifth and final spot with shows like Howard’s End, Top of the Lake: China Girl, and Patrick Melrose competing for that slot as well.
'American Vandal' Season 2 Would Never Have Happened If One Netflix Exec Got His Way - per Bustle
American Vandal brought Netflix rave reviews, a Peabody Award, and at least two seasons of a hit comedy. That's pretty good for a show Netflix's chief content officer didn't want to take on in the first place.