Kenny vs. Spenny

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Kenny vs. Spenny
Created byKenny Hotz
StarringKenny Hotz
Spencer Rice
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons6
No. of episodes86
Production
Production location(s)Toronto, Ontario
CinematographySebastian Cluer
Editor(s)Duncan Christie, Marco Porsia
Camera setupCamera crew
Running time22 min.
Release
Original networkCBC Television (2003–2004)
Showcase (2005–2010)
Picture format4:3 (Season 1)
16:9 (Season 2–Season 6)
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseAugust 26, 2003 –
December 23, 2010
Chronology
Followed byTestees
Kenny Hotz's Triumph of the Will
Single White Spenny
Other websites
Official website

Kenny vs. Spenny was a Canadian reality-comedy television series created by Kenny Hotz. It starred Kenny Hotz and Spencer Rice.

In Canada reruns are still shown on the Showcase. The series had six seasons and ran from August 26, 2003 to December 23, 2010. Matt Stone and Trey Parker, creators of South Park, were executive producers for 10 episodes in the fourth season of the show.[1] The series was about two friends who competed in numerous competitions. The loser of the competition would have to do a humiliation that the winner picked out. The show ended with an hour-long Christmas special that aired on December 23, 2010 on Showcase.[2]

The show spawned many many replicas including Frank vs Girard in French Canadian on VRAK.TV, Ed vs. Spencer in the United Kingdom, Juan vs. Roman in Latin America, Elton vs. Simon in Germany, Katja vs. Bridget and Dennis vs. Valerio in the Netherlands, and Sid vs. Varun in India.

TV.com rated the series a 8.4.[3] It was ranked as at #8 among the top 10 Canadian television shows of the 21st century.[4]

References[change | change source]

  1. "KvS DVD finally hits AMERIKA!". KennyHotz.com. Retrieved 2014-03-28.
  2. "'Kenny vs. Spenny' quarrel through series finale". CTV News. Retrieved 2014-03-31.
  3. http://www.tv.com/kenny-vs.-spenny/show/21583/summary.html
  4. "Top 10 Canadian TV shows of the decade". Maclean's. Retrieved 2014-03-28.

Other websites[change | change source]