"Eagleheart" Season 2 Takes No Prisoners on Thursday Night
New season premieres on Adult Swim April 12 at midnight (ET/PT)
Chris Elliott returns as Marshal Chris Monsanto for the thrilling second season of the live-action comedy Eagleheart. Eagleheart premieres on Adult Swim Thursday, April 12 at midnight (ET/PT).
Picking up where the show's first season left off, season two of Eagleheart features even more of the surreal mayhem, over-the-top violence and absurd twists that fans have come to expect. Get ready for bloodshed as Marshal Chris Monsanto blindly kicks, punches, and shoots his way to justice, often targeting those who deserve it.
This season, Marshal Monsanto, aided by his sidekicks Brett Mobley (Brett Gelman, The Other Guys) and Susie Wagner (Maria Thayer, Forgetting Sarah Marshall), sets out to track down a psychotic kids' show host, search for the kidnapped King of the Hobos, fend off sinister board games, and take down a scat-singing mob boss. Along the way, they'll encounter special guest stars Conan O'Brien, Dean Norris (Breaking Bad), and more.
In its premiere season, Eagleheart was #1 in its time slot and it ranked as basic cable's #1 sitcom with men 18-34 and men 18-49. That high-octane first season makes its DVD debut on April 3, just one week before the season two launch. The Eagleheart Season One DVD features all 12 episodes from the first season as well as deleted scenes, the cast's 2011 New York Comic Con panel, and cast and crew episode commentary for each episode.
Eagleheart is produced by Conan O'Brien's Conaco Productions and Dakota Pictures. It is written and executive produced by Michael Koman, Andrew Weinberg and Jason Woliner and executive produced by Tracey Baird, Troy Miller, David Kissinger, Conan O'Brien, and Jeff Ross.
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