Hot Streets is American Action TV series. Created by Brian Wysol. Produced by Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions. Stars: Scott Chernoff, Chelsea Kane, J.D. Ryznar. It first aired on Jan 14, 2018, on Adult Swim. The series has 5.6 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of Hot Streets Is There: 2 (20 episodes)
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|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on February 24, 2019
Adult Swim, 10 episodes
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Season premieres on January 14, 2018
Adult Swim, 11 episodes
Hot Streets is on Adult Swim (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 9 () - Air Date: Mar 24, 2019 (4 months ago)
'Hot Streets' is a bizarre, mediocre outing from Adult Swim - Observer Online - according to Ndsmcobserver
Nonetheless, there are some definite bright spots in the show. For example, the bluntly moronic character of Branski can be absolutely hilarious at times; the show manages to pack in some surprisingly funny sight gags, like Branski and French both intently driving their squad car with two separate steering wheels. Roiland’s goofy talking dog character is surprisingly funny at times, but does not have much to work with much. Chubbie Webbers, while not entirely devoid of originality, feels like a Morty rip-off nonchalantly tossed into the series to generate buzz.
Hot Streets, the Outrageous & Trippy Adult Swim Comedy - Cartoon Buzz - by Cartoonbuzz
There’s no doubt that there is room for more than one sci-fi comedy series on Adult Swim, and Hot Streets is the newest teamwork effort into investigating paranormal phenomena. This show has the exact outrageous content that will make you just laugh out loud. It brings shock-value humor and trippy psychedelia to the table. Ridiculous one-liners that you can’t help but find humorous. Let me know when Chubbie Webbers is added to the cartoon dogs Hall of Fame, because no doubt that is the most insane bloodhound I’ve ever laid my eyes on. Chubbie is a seriously disturbed version of Scooby Doo yet my favorite character so far. I actually became more emotionally invested in all of the characters the more I watched. Hot Streets left a good impression on me and I’m looking forward to more seasons.
'Hot Streets' Creator Brian Wysol on How Justin Roiland Thought He'd Gone Too Far - via Collider
Wysol: There were no limits. We really wanted to make each episode as big as possible. It’s difficult in a 15-minute time constraint to do this, but yeah the impetus was to make it an adventure show so that you don’t really know what you’re going to expect week to week. So that was definitely something when we were breaking them, like, “What can we do that’s totally different than the last episode we made?”
INTERVIEW: On these 'Hot Streets,' supernatural phenomena fall under Branski's jurisdiction - per Hollywoodsoapbox
Rick and Morty and Robot Chicken are uniquely intertwined with the development of Hot Streets. For starters, Wysol has worked on both of the successful series, and Matt Senreich, an executive producer on Hot Streets, also works on Robot Chicken. Other producers — including Roiland and Seth Green — are a who’s who of Adult Swim creators.