Cancel all your weekend plans, because you'll definitely want to plant yourself on the couch and binge-watch the Netflix series American Vandal. The new show is not only said to be the streaming service's best new series, but it also features The Young and the Restless star Sean Carrigan (Stitch Rayburn). And we only tell the truth. Anything else would be a phallusy.
The Virginia native has taken on the role of Coach Rafferty in the meticulously crafted satirical true crime mystery that debuts on Friday, September 15. No word yet on how Carrigan's new alter ego fits into the thought-provoking story, but do expect penis jokes told in a smart and hilarious way.
"A high school is rocked by an act of vandalism, but the top suspect pleads innocence and finds an ally in a filmmaker," reads the official description of the fictional docuseries that also stars Tyler Alvarez and Jimmy Tatro.
The act of vandalism involves spray-painting, um, phallic images on cars. That has prompted a rather amusing hashtag to promote the series, but we'll let you check that out on your own. Check out the trailer for American Vandal below and let us know what you think about the show's premise and unique fictional documentary style.
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