Out There chronicles the coming-of-age misadventures of socially awkward Chad, his little brother Jay, and his best friend Chris. Living in the small town of Holford, the boys wander its ... See full summary »

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 Chad (10 episodes, 2013)
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 Terry (10 episodes, 2013)
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 Rose (10 episodes, 2013)
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 Sharla (5 episodes, 2013)
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Out There chronicles the coming-of-age misadventures of socially awkward Chad, his little brother Jay, and his best friend Chris. Living in the small town of Holford, the boys wander its surreal, bleak landscape waiting out their last few years of adolescence. Along the way, viewers meet Chad's conservative parents, Wayne and Rose, as well as Chris's single mother, Joanie, and her disastrous boyfriend, Terry. They also meet the object of Chad's affection, Sharla.

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A few background characters were based off Robert Bryce Milburn and Alphonso Whitfield. They are seen in every episode. See more »

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7 May 2013 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

In times where everything looks like something else and every series conforms to formulas hatched out in writing seminars, Out There strikes me as one thing in particular: honest.

It's not pretentious about wanting to be hip or fitting in with the crowd. It can stand for its own. Starting with the visuals, which confuse the feeble minded (how can a dog or bunny-like character talk and walk like a human, right?!) and goes right down to the storyline and dialog.

It's not like I am waiting for the next pun. It's not Big Bang Theory, where you know what is coming next. The surprise is in not knowing what you are in for and despite having watched every episode, I feel there is much left to learn about Chad in particular and his way of looking at the world. I feel that this is a view that many have shared through their coming of age and most have lost later, in favor of something more fashionable or by mouthing after some trend. Chad is a character that gets me to think about myself. And that is a rare trend in cartoon or any kind of entertainment for me. I don't believe this show is intended for children at all, but they will see their own truths in it.

The laughs don't come off a tape in this series, but they sure come anyways. And I find myself sitting and waiting for more, because this show makes me think about what I've seen and doesn't abuse my emotions like so many other shows do. Writing always follows a formula, but in the case of Out There it is a heartfelt formula which translates to the open minded viewer. I hope there will be more of it.


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