FOX Drops New Denis Leary ‘Dogs Playing Poker’ Short


FOX Entertainment has released the second of two new football-oriented Dogs Playing Poker 2D animated shorts they’ve produced with Emmy Award and Golden Globe nominee Denis Leary, based on the Icebox animated series Poker Night, inspired by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge’s iconic 1900s art series, “Dogs Playing Poker.” The latest Dogs Playing Poker short aired this past Saturday during FOX’s NFL coverage.

Dogs Playing Poker centers on five dog friends – Brownie (Leary), Daphne (Elaine Hendrix, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll), Ditka (Roy Wood, Jr., The Daily Show), Froyo (Bobby Kelly, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll) and Stan (Adam Ferrara, Rescue Me) – as they banter about football and other timely sports topics.

Leary co-wrote, executive-produced and voiced the lead character in each short. Dogs Playing Poker is part of Leary’s recent broadcast-direct deal with FOX to create, develop and produce comedy, drama, and animated content for the network. 

And just in case you haven’t already watched the first short…

The show is created by, co-written and executive-produced by Emmy-winning writer-producer Jim Margolis (VeepThe Daily Show) and produced by FOX’s animation studio, Bento Box Entertainment. Jack Leary (Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll), Rob Greenberg (The MoodysFrasier) and Howard Gordon (24Homeland) will also executive produce. After their linear telecast during FOX NFL, longer versions of each Dogs Playing Poker short will be available on FOX-owned-and-operated digital platforms, as well as on select social platforms.

Source: FOX

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