IFC heading “Out There” for 2012–13 season

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At IFC’s first-ever Upfront event in New York, the net­work unveiled its 2012–13 orig­i­nal pro­gram­ming lineup, which includes a new scripted com­edy, the ani­mated series Out There.

Run­ning for 10 half-hour episodes, Out There pre­mieres next January.

Out There fol­lows the coming-of-age adven­tures of Chad, his lit­tle brother Jay and best friend Chris. Liv­ing in a small town, the boys run face first into the wall of ado­les­cence, the hor­rors of puberty, first loves, mor­tal ene­mies, local leg­ends, and social ostracism. They expe­ri­ence the won­der­ment and frus­tra­tion of that ter­ri­fy­ing limbo between child­hood and adult­hood. Grow­ing up is weird to do… out there.

Out There is cre­ated, writ­ten and exec­u­tive pro­duced by Emmy-winning ani­ma­tion direc­tor and pro­duce, Ryan Quincy, who was the long­time ani­ma­tion direc­tor for South Park. The series is pro­duced for IFC by 20th Cen­tury Fox Television.

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