Odd Future Create Adult Swim TV Show

Controversial rappers will star in comedy skits

September 9, 2011 8:50 AM ET
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Odd Future at the MTV Video Music Awards
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Controversial hip-hop collective Odd Future have signed on with Adult Swim to star in Loiter Squad, a 15-minute live-action comedy series in which the rappers, artists, skateboarders and assorted troublemakers in the group take part in sketches, pranks and man-on-the-street segments.

Loiter Squad will be produced by Dickhouse Entertainment, a production house headed by Spike Jonze, Jackass' Johnny Knoxville and Jeff Tremaine. The show is expected to debut sometime in early 2012.

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