NTSF:SD:SUV::

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NTSF:SD:SUV::
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Also known as National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle
Genre Parody, Satire
Created by Paul Scheer
Directed by Eric Appel
Ryan McFaul
Starring Paul Scheer
June Diane Raphael
Brandon Johnson
Kate Mulgrew
Rebecca Romijn (seasons 1-2)
Martin Starr
Karen Gillan (season 3)
Rob Riggle
Voices of Peter Serafinowicz
Theme music composer Jack Dolgen
Composer(s) Dan Marocco (season 1)
Matt Novack (season 2)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 36 (and 3 specials) (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Paul Scheer
Jonathan Stern
Curtis Gwinn
Cinematography Marco Fargnoli
Running time 11 minutes
Production company(s) 2nd Man on the Moon
Abominable Pictures
Williams Street
Distributor Warner Bros. Television
Release
Original network Adult Swim
Picture format 16:9 HDTV
Original release July 22, 2011 (2011-07-22) – December 13, 2013 (2013-12-13)[1]
External links
Website ntsfsdsuv.com

NTSF:SD:SUV:: (short for National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle) is a quarter-hour format American television comedy, that parodies the police procedural and action film genres. The show was rated TV-14 for strong dialogue, language, sexual content, and violence.

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Created by comedian Paul Scheer, NTSF:SD:SUV:: (National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle::) was first featured in a set of mock promotional television advertisements shot as a backdoor pilot and aired during season one broadcasts of Childrens Hospital on Adult Swim.[2] The mock promos starred Scheer as agent Trent Hauser, along with June Diane Raphael, Brandon Johnson, and Rob Riggle. From the mock promos, the program was ordered to series with a 12-episode season,[3] adding Kate Mulgrew, Rebecca Romijn, and Martin Starr to the cast. NTSF:SD:SUV:: premiered on July 21, 2011.[4] The series has aired three seasons, with the third concluding in 2013. In a 2014 interview, Scheer stated that the show is on an indefinite hiatus, with no immediate plans for a return.[5]

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  1. ^ "NTSF:SD:SUV:". 
  2. ^ Burchby, Casey (2011-06-29). "Rob Corddry of Childrens Hospital Calls his Career a "Gradual Turtle-walk Up a Long Flight of Stairs"". SF Weekly. Village Voice Media. Retrieved 2011-07-19. [NTSF: SD: SUV] began as a phony advertisement during the re-broadcast of the initial web version of Childrens Hospital on Adult Swim. That's right. As much as I'd like to take credit, I had nothing to do with it. Jon Stern is the connection – he's executive producing it with my good friend Paul Scheer. Paul was nice enough to bail me out when I was about 45 seconds to a minute short for one episode. They had shot that fake commercial as sort of a pilot, so Jon suggested sticking that in there. 
  3. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (2010-11-23). "Adult Swim Picks Up Crime Drama Parody Series With 12-Episode Order". Deadline. PMC. Retrieved 2011-07-19. The network has handed a 12-episode order to Paul Scheer's NTSF:SD:SUV which, as the title suggests, is a parody of the ubiquitous genre of crime procedurals. [...] The project leapfrogged the pilot stage, going from the clip, directed by Eric Appel, straight to series. 
  4. ^ NTSF:SD:SUV:: (Flash Video) (trailer). Adult Swim. 2011-07-13. Event occurs at 01:29. Retrieved 2011-07-19. Thursday nights at 12:15 am: [adult swim] 
  5. ^ Maggie FurlongWriter (2014-05-09). "Proof That Paul Scheer Is the Hardest Working Man in Television". Yahoo.com. Retrieved 2016-11-17. 

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