American Vandal is an American mockumentary television arrangement made by Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda that debuted on September 15, 2017 on Netflix. The arrangement is a parody of true crime documentaries such as Making a Murderer and Serial. In October 2017, Netflix reestablished the arrangement for an eight-scene second season, that debuted on September 14, 2018.
The main season takes after the result of an expensive secondary school trick that left 27 staff autos vandalized with phallic pictures. Senior “class jokester” Dylan Maxwell is blamed for the wrongdoing by the school. He is ousted, yet an examination concerning the episode is propelled by sophomore Peter Maldonado, with assistance from his companion Sam Ecklund, to reveal whether Dylan was the one really behind the wrongdoing.
The second season takes after Peter and Sam as they explore another wrongdoing at a Catholic private secondary school after their cafeteria’s lemonade is debased with purgatives by somebody calling themselves “The Turd Burglar”.
Cast and characters
Tyler Alvarez as Peter Maldonado
Griffin Gluck as Sam Ecklund
Jimmy Tatro as Dylan Maxwell (season 1)
Camille Hyde as Gabi Granger
Eduardo Franco as Spencer Diaz
Lukas Gage as Brandon Galloway
Jessica Juarez as Brianna “Ganj” Gagne
Lou Wilson as Lucas Wiley
Camille Ramsey as Mackenzie Wagner
Calum Worthy as Alex Trimboli
G. Hannelius as Christa Carlyle
Cody Wai-Ho Lee as Ming Zhang
Saxon Sharbino as Sara Pearson
P.L. Dark colored as Mr. Baxter
Gabriela Fresquez as Sophia Gutierrez
Ryan O’Flanagan as Steven “Kraz” Krazanski
Karly Rothenberg as Erin Shapiro
Aylin Bayramoglu as Madison Kaplan
Travis Tope as Kevin McClain
Melvin Gregg as DeMarcus Tillman
Taylor Dearden as Chloe Lyman
DeRon Horton as Lou Carter
Adam Ray as Officer Crowder
Sarah Burns as Ms. Angela Montgomery
Jay Lee as Tanner Bassett
Bellina Logan as Detective Carla Dickey
Barbara Deering as Ms. Cathy Wexler
Miles J. Harvey as Paul Schnorrenberg
Jeremy Culhane as Grayson Wentz
La’Charles Trask as Perry Coleman
Susan Ruttan as Patricia McClain
Jonathan Saks as Drew Pankratz
Kiah Stern as Jenna Hawthorne
Nathaniel J. Potvin as Trevor “Gonzo” Gonzalez
Elisha Henig as Myles
Jeanine Jackson as Proud Nun
Connor Williams as Ethan Owens
Makers Tony Yacenda and Dan Perrault tried to make a parody of genuine wrongdoing documentaries such as Serial, Making a Murderer, and The Jinx. Yacenda and Perrault thought of the thought for the show in mid 2016 and in this way pitched it to Netflix, which consented to disperse the show subsequent to being guaranteed that the show would be “something beyond a dick joke sketch.” Yacenda and Perrault, who had already dealt with short-frame recordings for outlets such as Funny or Die and CollegeHumor, were joined by showrunner Dan Lagana, who had most as of late chipped away at the TV series Deadbeat. Lagana assumed responsibility of enlisting authors for the show, picking people with moderately little involvement in composing for TV.
The makers built up the focal riddle over the span of composing the show, and looked to strike a harmony among humor and the formation of a charming puzzle.
On August 3, 2017, it was declared that Netflix had requested and delivered a new mockumentary series entitled American Vandal and that it was set to debut on September 15, 2017. The arrangement was made by Tony Yacenda and Daniel Perrault who were set to official create close by Dan Lagana, Joe Farrell, Ari Lubet, Josh Lieberman, and Michael Rotenberg. Lagana was required to go about as showrunner on the arrangement too. Creation organizations required with the arrangement incorporate CBS Television Studios, Funny Or Die and 3 Arts Entertainment.
Soon after the arrival of the primary season, Yacenda and Perrault examined the likelihood of a second season, with a similar narrative group making a narrative on an alternate crime. On October 26, 2017, it was declared that Netflix had recharged the arrangement for a second season. On August 21, 2018, it was reported that the second season would debut on September 14, 2018.