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Our Cartoon President
GenreAdult animation
Created by
Voices of
Ending theme"Donald Trump is the President" by Gabriel Gundacker
Composer(s)Gabriel Gundacker
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes18 (+ 1 special) (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
  • Stephen Colbert
  • Chris Licht
  • R. J. Fried
Producer(s)Tammy Walters
  • Thomas Berkley
  • Thomas Vogt
  • Will Velasquez
Running time24–43 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorShowtime Networks
Original networkShowtime
Original releaseFebruary 11, 2018 (2018-02-11) –
present (present)
External links
Official website

Our Cartoon President is an American animated satirical television series that premiered on February 11, 2018, on Showtime. The series was created by Stephen Colbert, Chris Licht, Matt Lapin, Tim Luecke, and R. J. Fried and is based on a recurring segment from Colbert's late night talk show The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. On January 22, 2019, it was announced that the series had been renewed for a second season which is set to premiere May 12th, 2019.[1]


"Our Cartoon President" is based off a recurring segment of Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." A workplace comedy taking place in the White House, the show takes a look at the 45th president, his confidants, and his family members.

Cast and characters[edit]





Season 1 (2018)[edit]

No. in
TitleWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
11"State of the Union"Story by : Stephen Colbert, Chris Licht, Matt Lapin, Tim Luecke, & R. J. Fried
Teleplay by : R. J. Fried
February 11, 2018 (2018-02-11)[a]0.439[2]

The president tries to improve his sagging approval ratings by giving the greatest State of the Union address ever delivered. Simultaneously, he attempts to improve his relationship with Melania during their wedding anniversary.

Cold open: The president gives an address to the citizens of the United States.
22"Disaster Response"Zach SmilovitzFebruary 11, 2018 (2018-02-11)0.417[2]

The president avoids comforting disaster victims by recruiting a team of impersonators to replace him; the president's son Eric sets out to prove he's truly a part of the Trump family.

Cold open: Donald Trump Jr. appears on Hannity to comment on the release of the Nunes memo.
33"Rolling Back Obama"Mike LeechFebruary 18, 2018 (2018-02-18)0.298[3]

The president seeks to outdo his predecessor's achievements and craft a legacy greater than Obama's.

Cold open: The president calls in to Fox & Friends to comment on the firing of Rob Porter.
44"Family Leave"Bob PowersFebruary 25, 2018 (2018-02-25)0.260[4]

In order to grow closer to his daughter Ivanka, the president begins embracing more liberal policy positions, such as her proposal for paid family leave; as a result, the president's favorite morning show host Brian Kilmeade suffers an existential breakdown.

Cold open: The president addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference.
55"State Dinner"Cathy LewMarch 4, 2018 (2018-03-04)0.124[5]

The president tries to outdo Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau when he comes to the White House for a state dinner. Meanwhile, Don Jr. sees his visit as an opportunity to befriend someone popular and well-liked.

Cold open: The president delivers the opening monologue at the 90th Academy Awards and introduces an "In Memoriam" montage that includes various entertainment industry figures accused of sexual harassment.
66"Media Strategy"Sam WestMarch 11, 2018 (2018-03-11)0.164[6]

The first lady gets caught rolling her eyes on camera causing a news media frenzy that the president is forced to contend with. She soon finds herself seeking "face coaching" from Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Cold open: The president unveils his March Madness bracket and a commercial for Ted Cruz's reelection campaign is aired.
77"Wealth Gap"Jennifer F. JacksonMarch 18, 2018 (2018-03-18)0.199[7]

After receiving an honorable mention in a Forbes Magazine list entitled "70 Over 70", the president sets to prove to the world just how rich he is by throwing an extravagant marriage ceremony to renew his vows with Melania. Meanwhile, the vice-president begins to become more focused on monetary concerns and it begins to have a negative effect on his marriage.

Cold open: Anderson Cooper interviews the president who is responding to Stormy Daniels' interview with Cooper on 60 Minutes.
88"Government Shutdown"Gabe GundackerMarch 25, 2018 (2018-03-25)0.195[8]

General Kelly goes out of town and leaves the president to make sure the government is funded by the time he returns, but the president throws a party instead. Meanwhile, Democratic Party leaders, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, and Republican Party leaders, Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan, spend time quality time together as they put off negotiating a budget agreement.

Cold open: The president gives a speech at the March for Our Lives and debuts a PSA advocating for the firing of Robert Mueller.
99"Church and State"Eliana KwartlerApril 1, 2018 (2018-04-01)0.180[9]

After a hot mic gaffe at a church service, the president's approval rating with evangelicals is threatened. In response, the president seeks help from Mike Pence to become the most Christian president in history in time for the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Meanwhile, Jared Kushner seeks new friends and turns to the only two potential people left in the White House – Don Jr. and Eric, who try to convert him to "Trumpism."

Cold open: The president holds a press briefing regarding the Stormy Daniels scandal and announces the hiring of a new lawyer.
1010"First Pitch"R. J. FriedApril 8, 2018 (2018-04-08)0.171[10]

The president prepares to throw the first pitch at a Washington Nationals baseball game leading him to question his own masculinity. Meanwhile, Ivanka tries to distinguish herself as a feminist icon by opening a school in Africa and turns to Hillary Clinton for help.

Cold open: The president holds a press briefing in the White House Rose Garden regarding the Russia investigation, a divorce, and the appointment of John R. Bolton as National Security Advisor. Bolton goes on to give a televised address from the Oval Office.
1111"Russia Investigation"Zach SmilovitzJuly 15, 2018 (2018-07-15)0.186[11]

Facing questioning from the Senate in the Russia investigation, the president turns to Steven Mnuchin for help overcoming feelings of inferiority instilled in him by his father. Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer attempt to invigorate democratic voters by coming up with a new campaign platform and slogan.

Cold open: The president meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the 2018 Russia–United States summit in Helsinki, Finland.
1212"First Family"Jocelyn RichardJuly 22, 2018 (2018-07-22)0.126[12]

The President attempts to patch up his decaying relationship with Melania to gain an invitation to Mitt Romney's campaign event, while Don Jr. and Eric try to become "good boys."

Cold open: The president holds a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin following the 2018 Russia–United States summit in Helsinki, Finland.
1313"Mueller Probe"Mike LeechJuly 29, 2018 (2018-07-29)0.137[13]

The President tries to win back the respect of his cabinet, fearing leaks to the media and the possibility of them testifying to Robert Mueller. Meanwhile, Karen Pence worries that the Vice President's trip to Mar-a-Lago will change him.

Cold open: The president calls Russian President Vladimir Putin to talk to him about Shark Week. The duo discuss Putin's declining of Trump's invitation to come to Washington, D.C., the closure of Ivanka Trump's clothing brand, and the release of recorded conversations between Trump and his lawyer Michael Cohen. Trump then patches Sean Hannity into the phone call.
1414"The Senior Vote"Bob PowersAugust 5, 2018 (2018-08-05)0.101[14]

As his support from younger voters plummets, the president hatches a plot to maximize his support from his elderly base while also avoiding having to make a speech at the Iowa State Fair, while Don Jr. tries to help by learning how to be middle-aged from Mike Pence, Paul Ryan and Ted Cruz.

Cold open: CNN news host Anderson Cooper interviews the president's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, on his show, Anderson Cooper 360°, during which the latter constantly makes nonsensical and contradictory statements that eventually cause him to reveal previously undisclosed information.
1515"The Wall"Jennifer F. JacksonAugust 12, 2018 (2018-08-12)0.161[15]

Despite knowing it to be infeasible, the president is presured by his supporters to start work on his proposed "border wall". Meanwhile, White House Director of Speechwriting Stephen Miller tries to convince White House Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders that the wall is necessary.

Cold open: Donald Trump Jr. appears on Infowars where Alex Jones, after discussing his recent banning from multiple social media and internet platforms, interviews him regarding his meeting with Russians in Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential election.
1616"Civil War"R.J. FriedAugust 19, 2018 (2018-08-19)0.122[16]

Assuming his Vice President, Mike Pence, is after his job, the president stubbornly refuses to trust him while at the same time struggling to pass voter suppression legislation.

Cold open: Anderson Cooper interviews Omarosa Manigault Newman who appears on his show with secret audio recordings created while she worked in the White House.
1717"Militarization"Gabe GundackerAugust 26, 2018 (2018-08-26)0.167[17]

As the Mueller investigation closes in on him, the president finds no-one takes him seriously and, needing to feel in control, turns to his war hawk National Security Advisor, John R. Bolton, for help. Meanwhile, Sean Hannity tries to get the hosts of Fox & Friends, Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade, to take on a darker and more aggressive tone.

Cold open: While aboard Air Force One with Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the president reacts to the guilty verdict in Paul Manafort's criminal trial and the guilty plea taken by Michael Cohen. Rudy Giuliani appears on CNN to discuss the developments and John Bolton suggests starting a war to distract people.

Season 2 (2019)[edit]

No. in
TitleWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
181"Trump Tower-Moscow"[18]TBAMay 12, 2019 (2019-05-12)0.158[19]

The president longs for his Trump Tower Moscow, construction of which he was forced to halt after he was elected, and tries to continue the project, despite it being illegal. Meanwhile, Democratic Party leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi turn to Democratic House member Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on how to communicate with the youth.

Cold Open: The president reacts to Chuck Todd on the NBC News show Meet the Press talking about the New York Times obtaining ten years worth of his tax returns, him being behind all his 2020 challengers in the polls, and Robert Mueller being set to testify before Congress.
192"The Party of Trump"[20]TBAMay 19, 2019 (2019-05-19)TBD
203"Culture War"[21]TBAMay 26, 2019 (2019-05-26)TBD
214"The Best People"[22]TBAJune 2, 2019 (2019-06-02)TBD
225"Mental Fitness"[23]TBAJune 9, 2019 (2019-06-09)TBD
236"Visiting the Troops"[24]TBAJune 16, 2019 (2019-06-16)TBD
247"Supreme Court"[25]TBAJune 23, 2019 (2019-06-23)TBD
258"Climate Change"[26]TBAJune 30, 2019 (2019-06-30)TBD


No.TitleWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
1"Our Cartoon President: Election Special 2018"[27]Story by : R.J. Fried
Teleplay by : R.J. Fried, Mike Leech, & Zach Smilovitz
November 4, 2018 (2018-11-04)0.108[28]

With the midterm elections approaching, the president seeks to prevent a potential blue wave that would threaten him with impeachment. Don Jr. and Eric try to help him motivate his base through fear, but their plans work too well and the nation descends into lawlessness. Meanwhile, Democratic Party leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi try to get back in touch with their base as it moves further to the left, and Hillary Clinton seeks to avenge her 2016 election loss.

Cold Open: A prologue to the special, narrated by Michael Shannon, tracking Trump's rise towards the presidency which can only be impeded by the upcoming 2018 Midterm Elections.


  1. ^ Premiered early online through the ShowtimeAnytime app on January 28, 2018.



The series is a spin-off from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, which, since 2016, had featured a series of sketches featuring a cartoon caricature of Trump designed by Tim Luecke and voiced by Brian Stack. The sketches used Adobe Character Animator to allow Colbert to interact with the character in real-time.[29][30] The character was also featured in an animated short during Colbert's election night special for Showtime.[30][31]


Following the online success of the sketches, Late Show showrunner Chris Licht suggested to Tim Luecke and Matt Lappin that they develop the concept into its own television series. In their pitch to Showtime, Luecke and Lappin described the potential series as a look "behind the scenes at the White House" and that their goal would be to "produce it as quickly as we possibly could so that we could begin to keep up with the news cycle."[32]

On July 27, 2017, Showtime announced that it had greenlit an animated series based on the sketches, with Colbert, Matt Lappin and Chris Licht as executive producers.[29][33] On December 18, 2017, it was announced that the series would premiere on February 11, 2018.[34][35] On March 8, 2018, Showtime announced that they were ordering an additional seven episodes of the series that are set to air during the summer of 2018. This order would bring the first season total of episodes up to seventeen.[36][37] On May 30, 2018, it was announced that the additional seven episodes of season one would premiere on July 15, 2018.[38] On August 22, 2018, it was announced that Showtime had greenlit a midterm elections themed television special from the series titled "Our Cartoon President: Election Special 2018". The episode was scheduled to air on November 4, 2018 and expected to feature appearances from the cartoon versions of Vladimir Putin, Rudy Giuliani, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama.[27] On January 22, 2019, it was announced that Showtime had renewed the series for a second season consisting of ten episodes.[39]



On December 18, 2017, Showtime released the first teaser trailer for the series.[34][35] On May 30, 2018, a trailer for the additional seven episodes of season one was released.[38] On October 31, 2018, a trailer for the "Our Cartoon President: Election Special 2018" television special was released.[40]

2018 White House Correspondents' Dinner[edit]

On April 28, 2018, a special three-minute video created by the cast and crew of the series aired during the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner.[41]

Home media[edit]

On December 18, 2018, the series was released on DVD by CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution featuring all eighteen episodes from season one and the mid-term election special. The release also includes numerous bonus features such as episode commentary tracks, a featurette looking at the animation process, footage from the table read for episode eleven, and clips from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Stephen Colbert's 2016 Election Special, and The White House Correspondent's Dinner.[42]


The first season of Our Cartoon President has been met with a mixed to negative response from critics upon its premiere. On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds a 35% approval rating with an average rating of 5.17 out of 10 based on 23 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Sugar-coated satire, Our Cartoon President wavers between scathing social criticism and softball slings in a way that's as unsatisfying as it is uncomfortable."[43] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the season a score of 42 out of 100 based on 11 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[44]

Jack Nevins of The Guardian praised the show, calling it a farce that "nailed the Trump drama," and contrasting the show's surreal workplace comedy approach with the more reality and headline-driven approach of other late night comedy shows.[45] In contrast, USA Today critic Kelly Lawler reviewed Our Cartoon President negatively, describing it as "slight, dated and unsustainable". She also concluded that "Watching one episode is enough to get the point. Watching nine more feels unnecessary."[46] Ben Travers of Indiewire also reviewed the show unfavorably, calling it "a pointless, unfunny drudge" and criticized it for humanizing Trump.[47] In a mixed review, Brian Lowry of CNN wrote that "While Our Cartoon President certainly has its moments, the best news for Showtime might be it's only stuck with this experiment in quick-turnaround animation, at least initially, for 10 weeks." He also said that the show suffered from many of the same problems as That's My Bush!, a sitcom produced in 2001 satirizing the presidency of George W. Bush.[48] Matt Wilstein of The Daily Beast was more favorable, writing that "The biggest surprise [of the show] is how hilarious it is" and praising the show for being "remarkably adept at boiling down characters to their core traits, from Trump and his family to members of his Cabinet and Congress to the Fox News personalities he spends most of his day watching".[49]


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