An animated take on urban life, based on interviews with real people the show follows a diverse and multi racial cast who live in NY. With mind blowing, award winning animation... original stories, brilliantly written... Great acting, easy to relate to likeable characters and a killer soundtrack.
- imDb Rating: 8.0 (415 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
The misadventures of a group of urban teens as they go about their lives.
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 03 Aug 1999
- Runtime: N/A
- Genre: Animation, Comedy
- Director: N/A
- Writer: Chris Prynoski
- Actors: Gregory Gilmore, Leyora Zuberman, Tammy Lang, Aurora Lucia-Levey
- Language: English
- Country: USA
- Awards: N/A
- Total Seasons: 1
Trip or Treat
Episode 1x13; Nov 08, 1999
1x13: Trip or Treat
1x12: Cropsey Clanners
1x11: Before and After
1x10: Night Shift
1x7: Hotel Bar
1x5: The Con
CastView Full Cast
Recent Newsvia NewsAPI
View More Related News
|Episode No.||No. Overall||Title||Airdate||Runtime||Summary|
|11||11||Before and After||1999-10-25||30|
|13||13||Trip or Treat||1999-11-08||30|
The Death of Cars Was Greatly Exaggerated
The founders of Uber and Lyft, among others, declared that people would no longer need to own cars. Instead, car ownership is rising.
Throw your drivers license out the window. Better yet, dont get one at all. For nearly a decade, thats been the message from buzzy transportation companies. In 2011, car-sharing company Zipcar touted a study claiming millennials believe car ownership is diff… [+4521 chars]
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 Review: Is It Worth It?
Samsung’s latest Galaxy sports watch is a little bigger and a little more expensive than the last one.
It is refreshing to deal with a company that doesnt find itself beholden to an arbitrary cycle of yearly updates, at least with smartwatches. Six months after Samsung released the Galaxy Active, it is now selling the upgrade, the Galaxy Active2. WIRED senior… [+5496 chars]
Netflix’s In the Shadow of the Moon plays smart tricks with time
Jim Mickle’s new Netflix film, starring Boyd Holbrook as a cop dealing with a time-traveling killer, is a clumsy effort at big emotion. But there’s a strong human dynamic to In the Shadow of the Moon, and it plays clever tricks with time.
Its science fiction is clumsy, but theres a strong human dynamic Image: Netflix Welcome to Cheat Sheet, our breakdown-style reviews of festival films, VR previews, and other special event releases. This review comes from the 2019 Fantastic Fest in Austin, T… [+7698 chars]
NYC Now Has Four Live 5G Networks Battling for Your Attention
While 5G is still in the early days of its development, now that Verizon has flipped the switch on its 5G network in New York City (alongside activating 5G in Boise, Idaho and Panama City, Florida), there’s another major battleground in the quest for 5G supre…
While 5G is still in the early days of its development, now that Verizon has flipped the switch on its 5G network in New York City (alongside activating 5G in Boise, Idaho and Panama City, Florida), theres another major battleground in the quest for 5G suprem… [+3309 chars]
I 'Stormed' Area 51, Where Memes Abducted Reality
RACHEL, NV—I was 90 minutes north of Las Vegas, driving from the vast Mojave into the even wider expanse of the Great Basin Desert, when I was pulled over for speeding. The cop asked me where I was going, but he already knew the answer: Rachel, Nevada, the ti…
RACHEL, NVI was 90 minutes north of Las Vegas, driving from the vast Mojave into the even wider expanse of the Great Basin Desert, when I was pulled over for speeding. The cop asked me where I was going, but he already knew the answer: Rachel, Nevada, the tin… [+17508 chars]
'This Is Only the Beginning:' Young People Demand Justice at New York's Climate Strikes
Earther is working with student journalists to cover Friday’s climate strikes. This story is part of a series of pieces showing the strike through their eyes. You can see previous coverage here. Read more...
Earther is working with student journalists to cover Fridays climate strikes. This story is part of a series of pieces showing the strike through their eyes. You can see previous coverage here. NEW YORK, NYPicking up where climate strikes around the world le… [+6403 chars]
Vivek Ranadive Hopes for Kings 3.0
The team owner is a key figure in bringing the N.B.A. to India and reshaping Sacramento’s downtown. Does all that matter if the Kings continue to miss the playoffs?
But.And there is a but. The data is not kind to Sacramento, and Ranadive is a man who values data to help him avoid failure. The last time the Kings made the playoffs was 2006. Since Ranadive took over the team in 2013, the Kings have gone through four head… [+1893 chars]
3 Injured in Shooting at Senior Apartments in Vancouver, Washington
The shooting occurred in a senior living facility. The gunman, who was a resident of the building, had barricaded himself inside.
At least three people were injured in a shooting at a senior living facility in downtown Vancouver, Wash., on Thursday, and a gunman had barricaded himself inside, the authorities said. The shooting occurred around 2:10 p.m. local time. The Vancouver Police … [+490 chars]
New Scrutiny of Museum Boards Takes Aim at World of Wealth and Status
A recent protest at the Whitney that drummed out a vice chairman exposed the symbiotic, but potentially problematic, relationship that museums have with some trustees.
While some boards have grown very large, in part to increase the donor base, most are governed by just a handful of people at the top. On rare occasions, a trustee comes to define an institution, as Mr. Lauder has the Whitney. Over four decades, Mr. Lauder, … [+2330 chars]
Who’s Afraid of a Transit Desert?
Developers are moving farther away from train and rail stations in New York in search of bargains and untapped markets.
Our number one priority was to find quiet, she said, after years of the 6 trains low rumbling, and loud crowds in the SoHo streets. She and her husband, Derek Sanders, the owner of the Mexican restaurants called La Esquina, now live in a prewar complex called… [+1758 chars]
Two Prosecutors Were Shaped by 1980s Los Angeles. Now They Have Opposing Views on Criminal Justice.
George Gascón resigned as San Francisco’s district attorney to consider challenging the incumbent in Los Angeles, Jackie Lacey. Such a race could help define criminal justice reform.
It felt like a dangerous time, she said in an interview this year, referring to her youth. I can remember my parents home getting burglarized and everything getting wiped out while they were at work. And it seems like after that they put bars on the windows a… [+2132 chars]
One Homeless Man Tried to Set Another on Fire Near Los Angeles, Police Say
The episode was the latest in a series of attacks against homeless people in and around Los Angeles, and came amid heated debate about the homelessness crisis in California.
The man was sleeping under a jumble of cardboard boxes in downtown Glendale, Calif., the police said, when another homeless man approached, lit the cardboard on fire and then started taking pictures. The victim, 64, realized the cardboard was ablaze and scr… [+977 chars]
Kansas City Shooting: 4 Killed and 5 Others Wounded at Bar
The attacker opened fire at a small bar in Kansas overnight Sunday, the police said. The motive was not clear and a search for the assailant was underway.
The Kansas City police were investigating a mass shooting on Sunday after an attacker walked into a bar and opened fire, killing four people and wounding five others in the predawn hours. The motive for the mass shooting at Tequila KC, a small bar on Central… [+340 chars]
Errol Spence Jr., Boxing Champion, Is Hurt in Dallas Car Crash
Spence, a welterweight champion, was expected to survive after a crash involving a Ferrari, the authorities said.
Errol Spence Jr., a welterweight boxing champion, suffered serious injuries in a car crash near downtown Dallas on early Thursday, but is expected to survive, according to the authorities. Spence, 29, was driving a white Ferrari at high speed just before 3 a… [+621 chars]
This Artist Lived Like a Victorian During the 1980s. Now, He Reflects on His Own Past.
Ahead of the release of his memoir, Peter McGough looks back on 40 years as half of the time-traveling artist duo McDermott & McGough.
McGoughs musings are occasioned by the release of his memoir, Ive Seen the Future and Im Not Going: The Art Scene and Downtown New York in the 1980s, due out from Pantheon Books on Sept. 17. The book begins, in medias res, in 1998 and takes the form of a near… [+2217 chars]
The Photographer Who Found His Power in Shades of Gray
Roy DeCarava famously turned Harlem into his canvas, but there is much more to see — and feel — in his new retrospective.
One of the best exhibitions of the season is devoted to the work of the great postwar photographer Roy DeCarava. Split between the uptown and downtown galleries of David Zwirner, it was organized on the centennial of the artists birth by his widow, Sherry Tur… [+1223 chars]
How Jussie Smollett Was Written Off the Last Season of ‘Empire’
Mr. Smollett still faces legal troubles over his claim that he was the victim of a racist and homophobic assault.
No wonder that boy ran off to London, Cookie jokes. I thought he was running away from Lyon drama, Becky says, pausing before she gets serious. I really miss him. Please dont get me started; I miss him so much, Cookie replies, before quickly diverting the c… [+1339 chars]
Checking In With an Old Buddy (Cianci That Is)
A veteran of the newspaper that covered Vincent A. Cianci Jr.’s travails gets all the inside jokes in “The Prince of Providence,” the hit play about him. So, it seems, does everyone in the audience.
Quick-witted and energetic, Cianci was a political star in ascent, an ethnic who gave the Wonder Bread Republicans of the 1970s some cover to feign diversity. He demonstrated his considerable potential with a well-received speech during the 1976 Republican Na… [+1727 chars]
The Beauty of America’s Ugliest Ballpark
What does baseball lose if the Oakland A’s leave the Coliseum?
The view became much less scenic in 1996, when the Coliseum completed a towering upper deck over the outfield intended to attract footballs Raiders back to Oakland from Los Angeles. Everyone, including As executives, call it Mount Davis, after Al Davis, the R… [+1724 chars]
Montgomery, a Cradle of Civil Rights, Elects Its First Black Mayor
“This is our season,” one lifelong resident of Alabama’s capital said of electing Steven Reed to lead the 200-year-old city that has been molded by its Confederate and civil rights history.
You believed that we didnt have to be defined by our past, Mr. Reed told the shoulder-to-shoulder crowd that had jammed into a hall for his election night gathering and chanted his name and One Montgomery as he ascended the stage. Its not going to be about th… [+1804 chars]