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 6 pm
S3E20 (The Pigeon Has Come Home to Roost) - Air Date: May 13, 2018 (9 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.
'Mike Tyson Mysteries' Season 3 Spoilers: No More Episodes Coming For a While; Show's Status to Be Announced at Comic-Con? - Christian Post - via Christianpost
Adult Swim Sets Premiere Date for Mike Tyson Mysteries - IGN - via Ign
'Mike Tyson Mysteries' and Why It's a Godsend - Study Breaks - via Studybreaks
'Mike Tyson Mysteries' is wonderfully dumb - SB Nation - via Sbnation
How to Watch Mike Tyson Mysteries Online without Cable - Streaming Observer News - via Streamingobserver