Detroiters (2017– )
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Tim and Sam, two low-level Detroit ad men, try to secure a big ad campaign with Chrysler, resulting in disaster. Meanwhile, their assistant Lea takes on a hot-tub commercial on her own. Guest starring Jason Sudeikis and Steve Higgins.


John Solomon


Zach Kanin (created by), Joe Kelly (created by) | 6 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sam Richardson ... Sam Duvet
Tim Robinson ... Tim Cramblin
Phredley Brown Phredley Brown ... Executive
Mort Crim Mort Crim ... Mort Crim
Shawntay Dalon ... Chrissy
Judy Dery Judy Dery ... Judy the Bartender
Michael Ellison Michael Ellison ... (as Mike Ellison)
Henri Franklin
Pat Vern Harris Pat Vern Harris ... Sheila Portnadi
Loretta Higgins ... Sally Pomerantz
Steve Higgins ... Eddie Champagne (as Stephen E. Higgins)
Lailani Ledesma Lailani Ledesma ... Lea
Ashlee Marie McLemore ... Receptionist (as Ashlee McLemore)
Brandon Muzzey Brandon Muzzey ... Eddie's Son
Jason Sudeikis ... Carter Grant


Best friends, brothers-in-law, and business partners Sam and Tim set out to drum up business for the failing advertising company they inherited from Tim's once super-star Dad. Will their inexperience and quirkiness thwart their chances to land the big Chrysler account or will their enthusiasm save the day? Written by jetaunnek

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7 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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At around 19 minutes, when Sam goes to remove the "land Chrysler account" index card from his dream board, the other index cards are legible. They read: "Tokyo 2020", "lunch with Billy Crystal", "improv laser-tag technology", "major league at bat", "ice bucket challenge", "ride motorcycle", "catch boomerang", "get Tim to try weed", and "black belt". See more »


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A New Comedy Central Gem
13 February 2017 | by patrickbobilinSee all my reviews

This tightly written and tightly edited pilot burns gives more bang for its 23-minutes than any other Comedy Central comedy in recent memory. The lead characters of Sam and Tim are fun to watch but the secondary characters introduced throughout the episode give hint to a wider and exciting world for the leads to play in. Jason Sudeikis guest stars as a fairly straightforward executive, an easy role given past characters he's played. Shawntay Dalon only appears for the last two minutes of the episode but there's a lot to look forward to both in her marriage to Tim and a nasty rivalry with their next door neighbor, her brother and Tim's best friend Sam. While the set up for the show (Tim's inherited an ad business from his aging father, Sam is his best friend) is a bit of a thin premise, describing post-industrial Detroit is something American audiences have been missing in their sitcom experience of the world.

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