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.
- Dave Jeser and 'Matt Silverstein', the creators of the series, claim that show suffered a noticeable drop in quality over the last half of the third season due to them discovering YouTube videos.
- An aborted first season feature of the show was the "last week" segments showing possible outcomes of other episodes. This was a parody of serial dramas, which typically begin with a…
[show]An aborted first season feature of the show was the "last week" segments showing possible outcomes of other episodes. This was a parody of serial dramas, which typically begin with a sensationalized recap of previous events. (In the case of Drawn Together, the events depicted did not actually occur on the show.) Four were produced but not used, and were included on the Season One DVD set