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"Frisky Dingo" Creators Talk Season 2

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Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has interviewed Matt Thompson and Adam Reed, co-creators of Adult Swim’s Frisky Dingo, about the debut of the second season this Sunday. The interview notes how a second season is a bit of a spoiler in itself, considering the ending of the first one, along with the source of some of their creative choices in season 1 and why critics aren’t getting screener copies of the season premiere.

Frisky Dingo season 2 debuts on Adult Swim this Sunday at midnight.

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