Good Cop Great Cop

Splitsider has called their work “scrupulously imagined, ruthlessly deadpan, surprisingly resonant.”  They are the comedy and filmmaking duo of MATT PORTER and CHARLIE HANKIN, known as Good Cop Great Cop.  They are currently developing a series with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's digital venture New Form.  Matt and Charlie also recently co-wrote, co-directed and starred in two seasons of the successful Comedy Central Digital series New Timers, and developed pilots for both Comedy Central and TBS.
In addition, their self-titled series Good Cop Great Cop has attracted a large following on the web. Their work has been featured in The Onion, AV Club, Cracked, Nerdist, Splitsider, SXSW, The New York Television Festival, The Kyiv International Short Film Festival and has been praised by GQ, USA Today, and The Hollywood Reporter. As live performers, their UCB show has enjoyed a successful seven month run, and they continue to perform as a live duo at venues throughout New York and at colleges and festivals across the country, including the National College Comedy Festival in Saratoga Springs, the Boston Comedy Arts Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest & the New York Comedy Festival. As a production company, they have created original content for Adult Swim, Chronicle Books, and MTV Other. 

As individuals, they also excel in other mediums. MATT PORTER is currently a field producer for The Chris Gethard Show on truTV.  His narrative short Hasta la Vista screened at IFF Boston, Austin Film Festival, Hollywood Film Festival, Just for Laughs, The LES Film Festival, and a smattering of other places. His first feature, 5 Doctors, premiered at the Austin Film Festival. Matt co-starred and co-directed; he also co-wrote the film (it’s about 5 doctors).  

CHARLIE HANKIN recurs in the new Jill Soloway series I LOVE DICK on Amazon.  He has published countless cartoons in The New Yorker and the UK's Private Eye, while he keeps the equally clever rejected ones on his Instagram feed (@mecharliehankin). Charlie’s animated work is also viewable on Comedy Central’s snapchat series, Saturday Morning(ish) Cartoons.