Off the Air (TV series)


Off the Air (TV series)
Off the Air
Off the Air.png
Promotional image for Off the Air
Format Alternative
Created by Dave Hughes
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 4 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Dave Hughes
Keith Crofford
Mike Lazzo
Editor(s) Dave Hughes
Running time 11 minutes
Production company(s) Williams Street
Million Monkeys Inc.
Broadcast
Original channel Adult Swim
Picture format 4:3 SDTV (pilot only)
16:9 HDTV
Original run January 1, 2011 (2011-01-01) – present
External links
Website

Off the Air is a television series on Cartoon Network's late night programing block, Adult Swim. Off the Air premiered in the United States, unannounced, on January 1, 2011.[1] The show is created by editor Dave Hughes, and produced by Hughes' company, Million Monkeys Inc.

Contents

Overview

Off the Air premiered in the United States in Adult Swim's "DVR Theater", unannounced, on January 1, 2011. The series lacks storylines and plots, and consist only of a collection of animations, internet videos, and archival footage, which are held loosely together by a theme. Although no episodes of the series are currently available on DVD, iTunes, or the "Build Your Own DVD" section on Adult Swim.com, all episodes were made permanently available on Adult Swim Gold.[2]

In a May 2011 bump, Adult Swim announced that further episodes of Off the Air will be produced.[3]

Adult Swim aired a marathon of 4 episodes on the evening of November 5, 2011, to help transition out of Daylight Saving Time[4]

Episodes

# Title Original airdate
1
"Animals"
January 1, 2011

Featured videos

  • "Big Bounce" from Prelinger Archives
  • El hombre y la Tierra
  • Zodiac Animals by lilFUCHS
  • Snow monkey footage from Getty Images
  • Cows and Zebras by Taras Hrabowsky
  • Meow Mix by Cyriak Harris
  • "Triple Jump" advertisement for JAL
  • Lizard stock footage from Corbis Motion
  • The Music Scene by Anthony F. Shepperd
  • 3D end credits by Adam Bruneau (with footage from SoGlos.com)

Featured music

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2
"Food"
May 25, 2011

Featured videos

  • Think Globally, Act Locally by William Lamson
  • FOOD by Dax Norman
  • Digestive System by Flix Productions Medical Animation
  • The Huber Experiments Vol. 1 by Erik & Matthew Huber
  • Stock Footage and Photos by iStock/R. Land
  • Western Spaghetti by PES
  • Music video for We Want Your Soul by Freeland
  • Something by Cyriak Harris
  • Ecological Apple by Andreas Soderberg
  • Oyster Vision by Morphologic Studios[1]
  • Automato by Bill Feinup & Barry Kudrowitz

Featured music

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3
"Dance"
September 3, 2011

Featured videos

  • "Big Bounce" from Prelinger Archives
  • Involuntaries 4 by Foofwa D'Imobilite, Vea Lucca, and Alan Sondheim
  • Buchstabe by Knorkator
  • Modern Daydreams 1: Deere John by Mitchell Rose and Bodyvox
  • 5 AM by Clams Casino (musician)
  • Protective Cover (The Condom Song) by Nrityanjali Academy, from India HIV/AIDS Alliance
  • Indian Dancing Prank by Christian von Nathusius
  • Angry Industrial Dancer in Little Saigon by Duy Huu Luu, aka Tank Nine
  • Tush It by Liam Lynch
  • Vessel (Four Tet Remix) by Jon Hopkins
  • Peacock Spider by Jurgen Otto
  • Robots Dancing by Jean-Charles Bazin and Young Cheol Lee

Featured music

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4
"Space"
November 5, 2011 [5]

Featured videos

  • Mercury Freedom 7 footage supplied by NASA / Archive.org
  • Porculpa - Your Fault by Lyn Hagan
  • Toy Robot in Space! by James Trosh
  • Giant Leap by Kyle Botha
  • Zeroing by Andrey Nepomnyaschev
  • Hell / ????? by David O'Reilly
  • Excerpt from Outside In by Stephen Van Vuuren
  • Noisebox in Space by 12foot6
  • Carl Sagan - A Glorious Dawn (Symphony of Science) by John Boswell, featuring Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking
  • Quantum Leap animation by Thomas De Rijk
  • Apollo 11 Launch NASA film transfer by Spacecraft Films

Featured music

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References

  1. ^ a b McCorquodale, Amanda (1 June 2011). "Adult Swim Begs Miami's Coral Morphologic for Its Oyster Video Art". Miami New Times. http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/cultist/2011/06/adult_swim_begs_miamis_coral_m.php. Retrieved 25 June 2011. 
  2. ^ Off the Air section on Adult Swim Gold
  3. ^ Statement from Adult Swim announced on May 29, 2011 in the form of a bump.
  4. ^ http://schedule.adultswim.com/servlet/ScheduleServlet?action=AS&theDate=11/3/11&move=1&timeZone=EST
  5. ^ adult swim Schedule

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