Hoosier Anchorwoman!

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Hoosier Anchorwoman!
Hoosier anchorwoman logo.png
Genre Animated sitcom[1]
Created by
Voices of
Opening theme "Good Day Indiana"
performed by Ava Zinn
Ending theme "Good Day Indiana"
Composer(s)
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Language(s) English
No. of episodes (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Ava Zinn
  • Patrice Rafferty (2011–15)
  • Luka Runecraft
Producer(s)
Running time 22-23 minutes (2011-15)
44–48 minutes (2019-)
Production company(s)
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Distributor CBS
Broadcast
Original channel
  • Syndication
    • NoSirGifts Fantasy Television Stations
Picture format
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original run April 28, 2010 (2010-04-28) – present

Hoosier Anchorwoman! is an American adult animated sitcom created by Ava Zinn, Tracia Matthewson, and Karly Ryder for CBS.[2][3]

The series premiered on June 27, 2009, following the series finale of Amanda & Elisa in a few markets, while in other markets the rest of the first season aired, commencing on April 28, 2010 before the premiere of Vote for the Girls.[4]

Creative direction of Hoosier Anchorwoman! has largely been guided by Matthewson as opposed to Zinn, resulting in a series that is different from its counterparts.

Unlike the other shows, Amanda & Elisa, Queen of the Willis and Deanna & Brandi, Hoosier Anchorwoman! does not lean as heavily on the use of cutaway gags, and is less concerned with conventional "setup-punchline" jokes,[3] instead deriving its humor mostly from the quirky characters, the relationships between family members, and the relatively relatable plots. The show is not as heavy on pop cultural allusions as Zinn's Queen of the Willis, and is more concerned with telling stories while maintaining the integrity and realism of the family members.[2]

The plots are often absurd, but they are grounded by family stories and real-world issues.[5]


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Main characters[edit]

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Episodes[edit]

List of Hoosier Anchorwoman! episodes


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References[edit]

  1. Hoosier Anchorwoman
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  3. 3.0 3.1 ??
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