Mike Tyson Mysteries
Mike Tyson Mysteries is American Comedy TV series. Created by Hugh Davidson. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Stars: Mike Tyson, Norm MacDonald, Rachel Ramras. It premiered on Oct 27, 2014, on Adult Swim. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.1 *.
How Many Seasons Of Mike Tyson Mysteries Are There Total: 3 (50 episodes)
Season premieres on May 14, 2017
Returns: March 4, 2018
Finale: May 13, 2018
Adult Swim, 20 episodes
Season premieres on November 1, 2015
Returns: April 17, 2016
Finale: June 12, 2016
Adult Swim, 20 episodes
2014, Adult Swim, 10 episodes
Mike Tyson Mysteries is on Adult Swim (United States) Sundays at 11 pm
Season 3 Episode 20 (The Pigeon Has Come Home to Roost) - Air Date: May 13, 2018 (10 months ago)
FOX Teaming Up With Mike Tyson Mysteries Producers For New Series In Development - Bubbleblabber - via Bubbleblabber
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Adult Swim welcomes 'Mike Tyson Mysteries' October 27 - Atlanta Journal Constitution - via Ajc
'Mike Tyson Mysteries' Season 3: Mystery Solving Crew Deals With Potential Reincarnation Case - Christian Post - via Christianpost
Review: Mike Tyson Mysteries "Mike Tysonland" - Bubbleblabber - via Bubbleblabber
NYCC - Adult Swim Edition: Mike Tyson Mysteries - Bleeding Cool News - via Bleedingcool
Watch The Comic-Con Preview of 'Mike Tyson Mysteries' - Cartoon Brew - via Cartoonbrew
The former felon’s crime-solving buddies are Pigeon, a man-turned-pigeon, voiced by Norm MacDonald; the Ghost of the 9th Marquess of Queensberry (voiced by Jim Rash), a real-life historical figure who was an early promoter of boxing; and Tyson’s adopted Korean daughter, voiced by the white actress Rachel Ramras for that added touch of racist caricature. The showrunner/exec producer is Hugh Davidson, whose writing credits include The Looney Tunes Show and Robot Chicken.
Review: Mike Tyson Mysteries: Season 1 - SLUG Magazine - via Slugmag
Adult Swim airs new cartoon series Mike Tyson Mysteries - Lasentinel - via Lasentinel
Mike Tyson Mysteries: Return Paired with Season Two of Mr. Pickles - canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale - via Tvseriesfinale
'Mike Tyson Mysteries' producer says boxer plays a 'comedic fantasy' of himself - 89.3 KPCC - via Scpr
I was terribly intimidated, not by Mike Tyson, but by Norm Macdonald. I love Norm Macdonald. I do think he's the funniest person in the world, and I've always thought that. I tried to write his voice at first, and I could tell he thought I was aping his way of speaking. He's made fun of a couple of jokes, or he'll tease me about the construction of them, but at the same time he's said, "This is funny." And that's the best thing to hear.
Review: Mike Tyson Mysteries "Carol" - Bubbleblabber - via Bubbleblabber
Animated and quirky 'Mike Tyson Mysteries' on Adult Swim - Los Angeles Times - via Latimes
Review: Mike Tyson Mysteries "The Gift" - Bubbleblabber - via Bubbleblabber
'Mike Tyson Mysteries', 'Black Jesus' & 'Mr. Pickles' Renewed At Adult Swim - Deadline.com - via Deadline
'Mike Tyson Mysteries' Season 2, Episode 3 Recap - Hidden Remote - via Hiddenremote