In this spoof of reality TV shows such as The Real World and Big Brother, eight distinct (and dysfunctional) cartoon archetypes (who also spoof the archetypes you might see on a more normal reality series) are flung together and forced to put up with each other.
Last EpisodeTV Movie: Drawn Together Movie: The Movi… Aired: Mar. 18, 2010
When the mystery-solving musician Foxxy Love notices she and her fellow housemates can curse without being bleeped—something they’ve never …
Series Fun Facts
- Comedy Central could not make a decision on whether to cancel the series or renew it for over a year, due to the high ratings it attracted.
- 'Drawn Together' frequently drew the ire of advertisers and morality groups who were displeased with the content of episodes. The network supported the show early on, but by Season Three,…
[show]'Drawn Together' frequently drew the ire of advertisers and morality groups who were displeased with the content of episodes. The network supported the show early on, but by Season Three, they felt the show's humor was simply too far outside the boundaries of good taste. Although the show's producers expressed a willingness to tone down the content, the network heads did not feel it was worth the trouble to deal with the problem anymore, citing that a number of advertisers had pulled out, and the Parents Television Council were sponsoring a boycott of the show.
- When Nielsen Media Research released TV viewership among college students living away from home. This series viewership grew by 60%, the highest rated series among college students on all television.