Our Cartoon President

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  • TV-14
  • 2018
  • 3 Seasons
  • 5.5  (3,778)

Our Cartoon President is an American satirical animated television series broadcast on the SHOWTIME network. The show premiered on February 11, 2018, and is produced by Stephen Colbert, R.J. Fried, Tim Luecke, and Matt Lappin. The show portrays a satirical and comedic portrayal of Donald Trump's presidency.

The show is based on a recurring segment on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, which used to be called “The Colbert Report,” where the host and comedian would spoof President Donald Trump's speeches and mannerisms, among other things. The show’s main character is obviously none other than Donald Trump, with legendary voice actor Jeff Bergman providing the voice for the 45th President of the United States.

Our Cartoon President takes a lighthearted approach to politics, and highlights the absurdities of the current administration. The show has a cast of caricatures of some of the notable figures in the Trump administration including Vice President Mike Pence, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, Chief of Staff John Kelly, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Trump's sons and daughters, and others.

The show takes a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on in the Oval Office, and depicts how the White House operates on a day-to-day basis. The show's writers inject a massive dose of humor and satire into every episode providing laugh out loud moments that add to the show’s appeal.

The show's stories are not necessarily grounded in truth but are based on the imagination of the writers, taking elements from real life and manipulating them for comic effect. Episodes typically revolve around a central theme, such as Trump's obsession with popularity and ratings, his feud with the media, his stance on immigration, and much more.

The animation style is that of traditional animation, which is very fitting for the show's comedic style. The character designs are also very distinct, with caricatured features that exaggerate the traits of real-life counterparts. The show has been noted for its dynamic visual style and the use of sharp humor to effectively convey its messages.

Our Cartoon President's voice cast also includes James Adomian, who voices Vice President Mike Pence and Gabriel Gundacker, who voices Donald Trump Jr. The voice actors completely embody the characters, and they perfectly capture their real-life counterparts' personalities and mannerisms.

Even though the show is made for adults, it uses humor to communicate the problems of the present administration in a way that's both entertaining and informative. Beyond the laughs and the ridiculous scenarios presented, the show is also fairly political, making commentary on issues currently facing the United States government, such as fake news and the issues blue-collar workers suffer.

Our Cartoon President is not afraid to punch up, taking aim at President Trump in a way that's sure to give fans of the show plenty to laugh about. The show is not only politically astute, but it's also disarmingly funny. There are plenty of moments that will make you smile, and some that might just make you laugh out loud.

In conclusion, Our Cartoon President is a fantastic satire of the Trump administration that provides plenty of laughs but also provides insightful commentary on the current state of American politics. It’s only two seasons deep, and yet it has made a significant impact on the political conversation, especially during the Trump administration. The animation is great, the voice acting is top-notch, and the writing is on point. If you're looking for a funny, accessible, and irreverent commentary on politics, Our Cartoon President will certainly not disappoint you.

Our Cartoon President is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on January 28, 2018.

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Election Day
18. Election Day
November 8, 2020
In the Season 3 finale, it's Election Day and everyone
Closing Arguments
17. Closing Arguments
November 1, 2020
With his popularity dangerously low, Cartoon Trump must do the unthinkable and campaign one-on-one with average Americans. Meanwhile, Cartoon Joe Biden tries to energize his half-hearted supporters.
Senate Control
16. Senate Control
October 25, 2020
Cartoon Chuck Schumer and Cartoon Nancy Pelosi try to avoid the responsibilities of governing by sabotaging their own party's electoral chances when it appears the Democrats are likely to win control of Congress. Meanwhile, bombarded by reporters asking whether she supports the president, Cartoon Susan Collins flees to her home state of Maine to lead a life of zero accountability
Wartime President
15. Wartime President
October 18, 2020
With a restless nation turning against him, Cartoon Trump declares war on the invisible enemy COVID-19 and exploits the benefits of a wartime presidency. Meanwhile, Cartoon CNN's Chris Cuomo asks his respected colleague Cartoon Jake Tapper to teach him how to be a serious newsman, much to the dismay of Cuomo's fun-loving brother, Cartoon Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Hiding Joe Biden
14. Hiding Joe Biden
October 11, 2020
Cartoon Joe Biden delivers a string of problematic speeches, so Cartoon Chuck Schumer and Cartoon Nancy Pelosi trap him on an Amtrak train to nowhere. Meanwhile, Cartoon Donald Trump Jr. tries to impress his father by digging up dirt on Cartoon Hunter Biden, but feelings interfere when Don Jr. gets too close to his target.
Madam Vice President
13. Madam Vice President
October 4, 2020
After Cartoon Joe Biden's record comes under scrutiny, Cartoon Kamala Harris must forgive him publicly for his problematic past, even if it tarnishes her own record in the process. Meanwhile, Cartoon Mike Pence prepares for the imminent vice presidential debate, but struggles with the moral dilemma of studying intimate details of a woman who is not his wife.
Debate Prep
12. Debate Prep
September 27, 2020
With the first presidential debate looming, Cartoon Trump must learn to behave like a civilized human being with the help of Cartoon Kellyanne Conway and Cartoon Mitch McConnell. Meanwhile, Cartoon Jill Biden teaches the gaffe-prone Cartoon Joe Biden how to think before he speaks.
Party Unity
11. Party Unity
September 20, 2020
Cartoon Joe Biden sets out to earn his place as the face of the Democratic Party when he feels overshadowed by the idolized Cartoon Bernie Sanders and?Cartoon Barack Obama. Meanwhile,?Cartoon Don Jr. and?Cartoon Eric Trump try to develop a miracle cure for coronavirus with the help of?Cartoon MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.
10. Coronavirus
September 13, 2020
After the Republican Party considers dropping Cartoon Trump as their nominee, he must learn to behave like a normal president and human being with the help of Cartoons Kellyanne Conway and Leader McConnell.
Secret Money
9. Secret Money
March 22, 2020
Cartoon Trump fundraises from cartoon Silicon Valley tech moguls.
8. G-7
March 15, 2020
After G-7 nations make Cartoon Trump feel like a loser, he starts an alliance for cool dictators including Cartoons Putin, Turkey's Erdogan, and Saudi Arabia's Mohammad bin Salman. Meanwhile, Cartoons Ivanka and Don Jr. fight to see who will inherit the Trump dynasty.
Warren vs. Facebook
7. Warren vs. Facebook
March 8, 2020
A fake news story threatens Cartoon Elizabeth Warren's campaign.
The Endorsement
6. The Endorsement
March 1, 2020
Cartoon Joe Biden pursues Cartoon Barack Obama's prized endorsement in hopes of clinching the nomination. Meanwhile, Cartoon Kellyanne Conway must convince Cartoon Trump that his fabled and impossibly positive "internal polls" actually do exist.
Hillary 2020
5. Hillary 2020
February 23, 2020
Michael Bloomberg enlists cartoon Hillary Clinton to launch a run for president. Meanwhile, cartoons Kellyanne Conway and Larry Kudlow grow tired of defending the president and enlist cartoon Elon Musk to create an Oval Office simulator to distract cartoon Trump.
Fox News
4. Fox News
February 16, 2020
After Cartoon Trump sees Fox News giving airtime to Democrats, he ends their relationship and sets out to find a new media arm to spread his propaganda. Meanwhile, Cartoon Bernie Sanders witnesses his rival candidates co-opting his message and sets out to hold them to their left wing promises.
Election Security
3. Election Security
February 9, 2020
Cartoon Trump guts election security measures.
The Economy
2. The Economy
February 2, 2020
Cartoon Trump discovers that an impending economic downturn threatens his re-election chances, so he and his sons Cartoon Don Jr. and Cartoon Eric must con the country into believing the economy has never been stronger. Meanwhile, a gaffe-prone Cartoon Joe Biden solicits help from Cartoon Ocasio-Cortez to help him appear with it.
1. Impeachment
January 26, 2020
After the House of Representatives impeaches Cartoon Trump, he teams up with Cartoon Sean Hannity to convince the nation he's been wrongly accused. Meanwhile, Cartoon Elizabeth Warren worries her wonky approach won't connect with Iowa voters and severely dumbs down her campaign with the help of Cartoon Brian Kilmeade, Cartoon Chris Cuomo, and Cartoon Joe Kennedy III.
Where to Watch Our Cartoon President
Our Cartoon President is available for streaming on the SHOWTIME website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Our Cartoon President on demand at Showtime, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Hulu, FuboTV, Sling and Showtime Anytime.
  • Premiere Date
    January 28, 2018
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (3,778)