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A weekly half-hour topical animated series set in an extraterrestrial newsroom. In each episode, two alien news anchors, Drexx Drudlarr and Tuva Van Void, offer news and commentary on the universe's most fascinating and baffling species, the Humans of Planet Earth. The anchors provide a hard-hitting look at the universe's real news -- give or take a few intergalactic translation errors, highlighting the absurdity of our current state of affairs, as well as the more evergreen, oddly-comedic human behaviors and constructs that people take for granted.

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Humanity's biggest threats are spidered-men, twins and the vengeful gods known as mascots.
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Drexx and Tuva reckon with the galaxy's ultimate shame: getting rebooted.
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A sexy report on corporate mergers; meeting Drexx's pal, Lord Xenu.
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The wall, the welfare queen and a chef cook up the garbage humans call food.
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A discussion on 4/20 and why it makes humans giggle; a joyous celebration of Tax Day.
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Drexx and Tuva visit the kingdom of The Masters; a handy guide on how to probe oneself.
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Barack Obama; The Spoiler; what the deal is with Drake.
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Drexx and Tuva grapple with love, doping and a very wordy segment name.
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Drexx joins the gig economy; Tuva fights robot appropriation; Stonehenge kicks ass.
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Special vehicles called Indycars; the grotesque pseudo-humans called bodybuilders.
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Shocking reports on floating prisons, anti-poor fabrics and a barbaric act known as ventriloquism.
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Drexx and Tuva probe the Royal Family, fried chicken and human arrogance totems, aka Oscars.

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