Diese Satire von den Machern der Comedy-Website „Funny or Die“ erhielt eine Emmy-Nominierung und einen Peabody Award. Videos. American Vandal. Ein Schüler einer Highschool wird beschuldigt, auf einem Lehrerparkplatz Phallussymbole auf 27 Autos gesprayt zu haben. Für viele ist schnell klar, dass Dylan hinter dem Vandalismus steckt, doch er beteuert seine Unschuld. Review. „American Vandal“: Diese Satire ist das Spannendste, was es auf Netflix zu sehen gibt. <
American Vandal - KritikAmerican Vandal ist eine US-amerikanische Comedy-Serie aus dem Hause Netflix, die als Parodie auf True-Crime-Serien wie Making a Murderer fungiert. Diese Satire von den Machern der Comedy-Website „Funny or Die“ erhielt eine Emmy-Nominierung und einen Peabody Award. Videos. American Vandal. Review. „American Vandal“: Diese Satire ist das Spannendste, was es auf Netflix zu sehen gibt.
American Vandal Contribute to This Page VideoAmerican Vandal - Official Trailer [HD] - Netflix American Vandal somehow goes from being an absolute troll of a TV show to an actually suspenseful story with some accurate societal commentary, while being enjoyable the entire time. Kaleb R Oct 98%(48). American Vandal (–) Episode List. Season: OR. Year: Season 1. S1, Ep1. 15 Sep. Hard Facts: Vandalism and Vulgarity Peter and Sam follow a lead that could reveal the vandal's primary target, and a new theory gives them hope that they may finally solve the case. S1, Ep8. 15 Sep. Clean Up. () 0. Rate. 1. Rate. 2. 9/15/ · The latest addition to Netflix's true crime catalog isn't actually true. Premiering Sept. 15, American Vandal is a highly-detailed parody of acclaimed Author: Jack O'keeffe. Master of None. Jahresrückblick: Das sind die erfolgreichsten Netflix-Produktionen. Deutscher Titel. Die Idee zu American Vandal hatten Dan Perrault and Getroffen Yacenda, als Showrunner fungiert Dan Lagana.
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Alternate Versions. Rate This. Episode Guide. A true-crime satire that explores the aftermath of a costly high school prank that left twenty-seven faculty cars vandalized with phallic images.
Creators: Dan Perrault , Tony Yacenda. Added to Watchlist. Top-Rated Episodes S2. Error: please try again. S1, Ep2. Key witness Alex Trimboli's account of the incident comes under fire when other students doubt his boats of drunkenness and sexual exploits.
S1, Ep3. Peter scrutinizes the motives of Ms. Shapiro, the Spanish teacher who testified against Dylan.
Another teacher makes a surprising accusation. S1, Ep4. Peter goes back to Janson's house to get the voicemail from Janson's daughter, who angrily rips it up, having been annoyed about getting called nonstop by American Vandal' s growing fandom.
This causes Peter to look back at a previous party held at a student's grandmother's house—known colloquially as "Nana's Party"—using video footage from those involved, to find out if Dylan and his friends, who participated the party, mentioned about planning the phallic incident, with unsuccessful results.
He instead finds evidence that debunks Trimboli's binge-drinking claim. He also notices a paint-spray can, used by Gabi's boyfriend Brandon Galloway on a towel as a promposal , that went missing afterward and later popped up on March 15th to be the drawing weapon.
Peter reconciles with Sam after their fallout. With Gabi's help, Sam theorizes that there were three cars—belonging to Keene, physics teacher Mr.
Maeda and football coach Rafferty—hit with paint-spray splatter and deduces that the owners were the main targets, giving them a new lead on the case.
During a bullying demonstration, an obscene protest led by Carlyle and several students infuriates Keene, who bans the filming of American Vandal on school grounds.
Peter and Sam are forced to work off-campus as they narrow down the suspects, regarding Sam's splatter theory. They talk to Rafferty and then to Maeda in his classroom, where Sam comes across a confiscated iPad belonging to Pearson.
Sam finds texts that reveal Galloway as the one who got a handjob from Pearson, revealing Galloway's infidelity and validating Trimboli's dishonesty.
Gabi finds out and angrily walks out on Peter and Sam. After finding out that Hanover High's faculty files haven't been updated online since , the duo unsuccessfully ask Keene if they can look into the files, which results in the duo's temporary suspension.
The online attention from the documentary's fandom has them reinstated back to school and the filming ban lifted. Keene reluctantly gives them access to the hard copies of the faculty files.
An anonymous person gives Peter and Sam a flash drive that shows images of Rafferty's office demolished a few days prior to the phallic incident, along with the message: "Stick your dick somewhere else" drawn on the whiteboard, convincing them that Coach Rafferty is the main target.
Peter and Sam look up the faculty files and find a student complaint report filed against Rafferty for "inappropriate conduct to a student".
Hearing about their investigations, Rafferty tells them that the reason for these complaints was that he had a relationship with a student's mom and didn't identify her to keep it confidential, provoking the duo to search and cross-reference the identity of the woman based on Rafferty's Facebook friend list and a list Sam created detailing Hanover's hottest moms, leading them to Mackenzie Wagner's mom.
This newfound clue convinces Peter that Mackenzie is the most likely culprit. Peter tries to explain this to Dylan, who rebuffs him.
Peter deduces that Dylan and Mackenzie worked together to draw the penises on the cars, provoking Peter to have a volatile argument with Dylan. He then confronts Mackenzie and accuses her of the drawings, causing Mackenzie to suffer an emotional breakdown and chastise Peter for accusing her; she also accuses him of making the documentary as a frustrated response to him being a "nobody".
She later manages to prove her innocence by giving Peter a link to a video on her Twitch live stream, which was shown to Dylan.
Peter asks Dylan who the video needs to be shown to, which a shocked and distraught Dylan responds with one line: "Everyone. The video reveals Mackenzie's infidelity as an unaware Dylan appears in the video within the timeframe of the phallic incident, proving his innocence and exonerating him.
Dylan is reinstated at school though his newfound popularity wears off soon: Shapiro rejects him, Mackenzie breaks up with him, and he receives a rejection letter from his college of choice; Boulder.
Peter and Sam join him at a party after the senior prom. The following happens: Pearson confronts Peter over the inclusion of her personal information in the documentary; Sam reconciles with Gabi; Dylan feels insulted of his portrayal on American Vandal as he watches it for the first time; and lastly, Ming Zhang, one of the nine students part of the Morning Show chokes on beer and is saved by CPR.
This incident catches Sam's eye, as Carlyle demonstrates her lack of CPR knowledge, contradicting her alibi that she was doing CPR training at the time of the phallic incident.
Sam and Peter deduce that Carlyle erased the security footage while her boyfriend, Van Delorey, did the drawings.
It's also revealed that she has a grudge against Coach Rafferty and filed the student complaints. Carlyle rebuffs Peter when he confronts her after senior graduation, leaving the identity of the culprit unclear.
Dylan is arrested for drawing a penis on Shapiro's property and is visited by Peter, whom he opens up to about being a "fuckup," succumbing to everyone's preconceived notion of him.
Peter reminisces about the documentary and reminds audiences to not let high school define their lives. On November 6, , at a Catholic high school named St.
Bernardine in Bellevue, Washington , an incident occurred during the school lunch in which several students drank the lemonade offered, unaware that they were tainted with laxatives, causing them to defecate across the school grounds at considerable expense.
An anonymous person, known as The Turd Burglar, claims responsibility for these crimes on social media. Security and school officials accuse school outcast Kevin McClain of the crimes, based on a statement from Kevin's best friend Tanner Bassett, who was suspicious of Kevin prior to the incident.
As a result, Kevin is expelled, forcing him to go into house arrest and leaving him awaiting criminal charges. Meanwhile, back at Oceanside, reeling off the success of American Vandal , Peter and Sam are contacted by Kevin's friend Chloe Lyman, who informs them of the ongoing case and asks for their help.
Peter and Sam accept Chloe's request and fly to Bellevue to investigate and exonerate Kevin, staying at Chloe's house during filming.
They interview students afflicted by the laxatives and Kevin's grandmother, who counterargues the accusations against Kevin with him being one of those students afflicted.
Peter and Sam then visit Kevin, who's on house arrest in his grandmother's house. Indie Fresh List: Little Fish , Two of Us , and Baby Done.
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Yacenda mentions that the setting of Making a Murderer , Manitowoc, Wisconsin , served as an inspiration for American Vandal' s own environment.
Making that our Manitowoc was a great jumping off point. Alongside the tone and look of the show, the creators recognize that one of the things that made Making a Murderer a success was that the show focused on not just the accused criminal, but the world around him, as well.American Vandal is an American mockumentary streaming television series created by Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda that premiered on September 15, , on bent-magazine.com series is a parody of true crime documentaries such as Making a Murderer and Serial. Clearly a riff on the streaming giant's acclaimed true crime series Making A Murderer and The Keepers, American Vandal is a half-hour true crime satire that explores the aftermath of a costly high school prank that left twenty-seven faculty cars vandalized with phallic images. American Vandal (–) Episode List. Season: OR. Year: Season 1. S1, Ep1. 15 Sep. Peter and Sam follow a lead that could reveal the vandal's primary. One of the best high school-set shows in years, Netflix's American Vandal is a laugh-out-loud satire of popular true crime documentaries like Making a Murderer, but it also has layers, people! Jun. American Vandal TV-MA 2 Seasons Teen TV Shows In the wake of their first documentary's success, Peter and Sam seek a new case and settle on a stomach-churning mystery at a Washington high school. Starring: Tyler Alvarez, Griffin Gluck, Jimmy Tatro.