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Mike Tyson Mysteries

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Do you wonder what it would be like if Mike Tyson were to solve mysteries as Scooby-Doo does? That's the premise of an animated series geared toward adults -- without the talking dog. Tyson voices his character, who tackles problems with help from the Mike Tyson Mystery Team: the ghost of the Marquess of Queensberry, Mike's adopted daughter Yung Hee, and a pigeon who was once a man. The former boxing champ and his team answer any plea to close unsolved enigmas. Lending their voices to the show are comic Norm Macdonald and Oscar-winner Jim Rash.

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Mike and the team try to uncover why goods are moving so slowly through the Port of Los Angeles for the city council.
aired today
Pigeon must confront his past at the house by the lake.
aired 1 day ago
After discovering a termite infestation, Mike's house must be tented.
aired 1 day ago
A popular restaurant's new location may be cursed.
VOD available
The thrills and chills of sexting.
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The very first Mike Tyson Mystery Team Podcast.
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Mike Tyson takes the fight from the boxing ring to the streets to solve mysteries.
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White privilege turns on itself.
aired 5 days ago
When the team gets a negative online review, Mike Tyson finds the assessment unacceptable.
aired 5 days ago
A brother and sister struggle making a decision about putting their elderly father in a nursing home.
aired 6 days ago
A guest goes missing from the set of an interview show.
aired 6 days ago
Mike and the team are hired to investigate a woman who may be cheating on her husband.
aired 7 days ago
When Wayne Brady drops out of a military show in Afghanistan, Mike is asked to fill in.
aired 7 days ago
A soccer mom hears a noise coming from somewhere inside her minivan.
aired 8 days ago
Mike and the gang take on the most dangerous mystery yet - a murder mystery! The kind of murder the FBI must be called in for.
aired 8 days ago
When Mike and the gang try to solve the mystery of why likeable Andrew can never get a second date, Yung Hee discovers the hard way that it's probably because he's a werewolf.
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What to do with baby octopus, plantains, smoked kippers and cream of mushroom soup.
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Yung Hee wonders if being on a mystery team is what she wants to do with her life.
aired 12 days ago
A couple ask for help in relocating to Phoenix, and Mike and the others must enter the terrifying world of real estate.
aired 12 days ago
Gregor the gangster takes Mike's daughter as collateral for a gambling debt, and Pigeon and Marquess must get her back before Mike returns home.
aired 13 days ago
A businessman wants Mike's help in winning over jungle-dwellers who are firmly against his canal project.

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