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"The spiritual successor to Ten Little Roosters, Eleven follows the exploits of the Rooster Corps, an alliance of spy agencies that’s been infiltrated by a mole. And as our saboteur pits the assassins against each other, it’ll be up to you to decipher the clues... And uncover who will be taken out next."
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The Eleven Little Roosters (TV Mini-Series), also known as Eleven Little Roosters and abbreviated as ELR, was an American Rooster Teeth live-action comedy, interactive spy murder mystery TV Mini-web series thriller created by Rooster Teeth's Josh Flanagan and co-directed and co-written by Blaine Gibson and Flanagan. It stars Zach Anner, Burnie Burns, Barbara Dunkelman, Gavin Free, Ashley Jenkins, Geoff Ramsey and Gus Sorola. that serves as the sequel and Spiritual Successor to the 2014 Rooster Teeth series Ten Little Roosters, acting as an spy thriller that pits international assassins against each other.[1]

While the original series was a traditional Ten Little Murder Victims story, the new series is something of an expansion and pits international assassins against each other.On December 1st 2016, a journal by Josh Flanagan revealed how the show will work this time around, along with the release dates. Work on the project was announced at RTX 2016.[2]

The main show will have a prologue called "Assassin Superstars 360" - set to premiere on  for FIRST members on December 20th. The Eleven Little Roosters main show premiered on the Rooster Teeth website on January 16th 2017 and after running for a total of 8 episodes, it's final episode was released and ended on March 6, 2017. This time, with the exception of the survivor, characters will be original characters, and not RT employees playing fictional versions of themselves.

This time around the game is to guess who will kill whom each week, as opposed to Ten Little Roosters' Weapon and Victim. It isn't just individuals this time, the 11 "Roosters" are spy agencies,  which can have more than one representative, such as the 4-man "Sex von Schaukel Boyz" (A Sex Swing cover band played by James Willems, Bruce Greene, Lawrence Sonntag and Adam Kovic.


Welcome to the Rooster Corps -- a coalition of eleven spy agencies, allied in pursuit of world peace. But when one of the "little roosters" is duped into killing another, it's up to the survivors to root out an evil saboteur before they can acquire the ultimate super weapon -- and it's up to YOU to crack the case! The successor to Rooster Teeth's Ten Little Roosters, The Eleven Little Roosters pits international assassins against each other in an original, interactive spy comedy. Sit back and enjoy a thriller with twists and turns... OR get in on the action, with mind-bending puzzles hidden in every episode that'll force you to rethink how you watch a web series.

Story Edit

After Ryan, the sole survivor of Ten Little Roosters successfully and narrowly escapes the hands of a brutal, hostile, cynical, treacherous, backstabbing and old-blooded serial killer (Barbara), he is recruited by an international spy agency to root out The Mole in a group of 18 assassins and spies from 11 agencies around the world, part of a single alliance called the Rooster Corps that is in pursuit of world peace. With each episode, the audience will guess who will kill who, as opposed to the original's weapon and victim. In short, he now must help the "Rooster Corps", an international spy agency, in finding a mole inside the corporation who's trying to eliminate all the other parties.

Format Edit

After the success of TLR, creator Josh Flanagan wanted to "fully deliver" on the concept by expanding the cast, scope, and storyline and adding new levels of interaction, describing it as, "Avengers: Infinity War of Rooster Teeth."[3] Each episode, characters will be killed and viewers who predict plot points by "synthesizing" clues such as hidden QR codes, in-dialogue hints, and audio cues will win prizes.[4] It will feature cameos and 360 video segments.[5]


Episode 1 - Spy GamesEdit

Directed by/Written by: Josh Flanagan & Blaine Gibson

Original air date: January 16, 2017

A few years after the events of Ten Little Roosters, Ryan Haywood (Ryan Haywood), the sole survivor of the world-renowned dinner party massacre in Austin, Texas which had ended with the murders of several Rooster Teeth employees is now a consultant for the Rooster Corps, an international alliance of eleven subsidiary organizations, dubbed "Roosters".

At a paramilitary compound base in Croatia, Agent Moose (Barbara Dunkelman), a Rooster Corps assassin representing the Canadian Assassins League (CAL) is tasked with assassinating Captain Gruber. She massacres the attacking soldiers and seemingly kills Gruber, but finds that she has accidentally shot Jack The Red (Jack Pattillo), the Norwegian Viking Coalition (NVC) representative in the Corps. Gavin the 3rd (Gavin Free), the representative for Military Intelligence: Section 6 (MI6) is stalling in quality of his assassinations in recent times. Annersby (Zach Anner) is convinced by Gavin to be fit for duty once again. At the Rooster Corps Headquarters in Washington D.C., The Big Cock (Matt Hullum), the "large Rooster" within the Corps announces Jack the Red's death and concludes that there is a mole within the agency, who had also forged the orders for Moose to be dispatched into Croatia. For Jack the Red's murder, The Big Cock demotes Moose as the CAL representative in favour of Agent Knuckle (Elyse Willems). The Colonel (Josh Flanagan) offers Moose a second chance in reinstate her to the Corps as the CAL representative if she finds Haywood and has him help in rooting the mole.[6]

Episode 2 - Honor Among AssassinsEdit

Directed by/Written by: Josh Flanagan & Blaine Gibson

Original air date: January 23, 2017

In London, England, Gavin the 3rd spends time with Madam Mariel (Mariel Salcedo), La Luna Loco (Miles Luna) and So'rolla (Gus Sorola) of the Asesinos Mexicano Espía (AME) before they leave to So'rolla's quinceañera. Burnardo Burnadicci (Burnie Burns), representing the Italian Defense Division (IDD) and Agent Gibson (Blaine Gibson), a Central Intelligence Agency representative (CIA) engage in a brief argument at Rooster Corps Headquarters. Boomerang Geoff (Geoff Ramsey) and The Griffon (Griffon Ramsey) of Whatever Australia Has (WAH) goes in hiding at their safehouse in the outbacks of Australia in hopes of waiting out the mole. Following a hesitant assassination, Marquee Marquis (Aaron Marquis) of the French Association of Professionals (FAP) meets with Moose and Knuckle in Paris, France and talk over that Marquis doesn't kill men, but only women and children due to an incident years prior when a female child seemingly killed his father. Marquis, after a confrontation with Christoph Weiss (Chris Demarais) is tasked to kill three mermaids and seemingly finds them, but it's revealed that he was at So'rolla's quinceañera and accidentally killed all three members of the Asesinos Mexicano Espía (Madam Mariel, La Luna Loco, So'rolla). The saboteur, revealed to have set up the quinceañera assassination walks away as Marquis screams in sorrow.[7]

Episode 3 - Recon RebirthEdit

Directed by/Written by: Josh Flanagan & Blaine Gibson

Original air date: January 30, 2017

At a cafe in France, Marquis is met with Moose, who figures out that the mermaid mission file was a fake. Moose leaves when she also finds a clue that leads to Haywood. Vladimir Putin (Shannon McCormick) and Comrade Hadam (Adam Ellis) discuss the threat level of the weapon which could destroy Earth and the Russian Federation. The Sex von Shaukel Boyz, made up of Brüce (Bruce Greene), Wilhelm (James Willems), Lars (Lawrence Sonntag) and Koko (Adam Kovic), the latter revealed to be having a relationship with Yoko Ono. Koko clears up the rumors that his disappearance doesn't tie into him being the saboteur. Back in France, Marquis believes to have found the girl - Margaret - that has killed his father. When he corners her, he is stopped by Burnadicci, who reveals that Margaret is his daughter and that he was behind Marquis' father's murder. Burnadicci executes Marquis for attempting to kill Margaret before leaving with her.[8]

Episode 4 - The Most Dangerous GameEdit

Directed by/Written by: Josh Flanagan & Blaine Gibson

Original air date: February 6, 2017

At CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia, Agent Gibson and Agent Jinx (Ashley Jenkins) argue over sex appeal among their CIA co-workers. Moose is met by Hadam and during their conversation, it reveals that the two had a relationship in the past and that Hadam was Moose's fiancé and that he once was a lumberjack that went by "Gordon". Following Putin's orders to create a demonstration of power using Russia's native game, Hadam kidnaps Gavin the 3rd into a game of Tetris. Moose, who has attended the game notices the saboteur, who escapes within the crowd. With the help of Operator Mikey (Michael Jones), Gavin enlarges his cyanide container (which oddly resembles The Tower of Pimps) to win the Tetris game. Hadam is killed by the bulk of the falling Tetris pieces. The saddened Moose is hinted by Haywood that a blood report handed to him had evidence that tied the Germans (the Sex von Shaukel Boyz) as a suspect.[9]

Episode 5 - Rogue NationEdit

Directed by/Written by: Josh Flanagan & Blaine Gibson

Original air date: February 13, 2017

Moose and Knuckle visit the Big Cock about Haywood's intel about the Germans. The Big Cock trasmits a message through the Rooster Wire, a fax machine that sends intel through emojis - created by Annersby. Following the Sex von Shaukel Boyz' supposed disbandment after Koko leaves the group, each go to different locations across the world: Brüce travels to Langley to meet with Gibson, Koko travels to Sydney to meet with Geoff and Griffon: Lars travels to London to meet with Gavin and Wilhelm travels to Venice to meet with Burnadicci: Moose and Knuckle scavenge the Sex von Shaukel Lair to find that Wilhelm was brainwashed by the saboteur and is now ordered to perform assassinations over four trigger words.

While Burnadicci, Gavin and Gibson all misinterpret the transmitted message, Griffon decodes it herself and tries to kill Koko, but he escapes. Gavin and Lars are joined by Weiss, who leaves them after being told off. In Venice, Burnadicci inadvertently says the trigger words to Wilhelm during a confrontation: Wilhelm repeatedly stabs Burnadicci with his bayonet just as the rest of the Boyz arrive, who persuade him to rejoin the gang, all the while ignoring Burnadicci's reaches for help and leaving him to die. The four leave just as Moose arrives and gives a mission report to the Big Cock, who decides that he should be more involved in the murders.[10]

Episode 6 - Born IdentitiesEdit

Directed by/Written by: Josh Flanagan & Blaine Gibson

Original air date: February 20, 2017

Haywood reports to Moose and the Big Cock that three of the assassins within the Rooster Corps are false. Among them is Boomerang Geoff, who was in reality Geoff Ramsey, a Rooster Teeth employee who went "off-grid" to work for the Rooster Corps after the Austin, Texas Massacre which resulted in the deaths of many other Rooster Teeth employees: The Griffon is in reality also not an assassin, but just Griffon Ramsey, Geoff's wife, who has gone to kill the Sex von Shaukel Boyz for the murder of Burnardo Burnadicci.

With aid from Geoff, Moose uncovers the third false assassin, Christoph Weiss. Weiss is in reality Chris Demarais, one of the Rooster Teeth employees who was seemingly killed in Austin, Texas and woke up from the hospital as an amnesiac. Demerais accepts his new identity as Weiss, channeling his inner Lord of the Rings obsession and helps Moose by facing Griffon alone. Agent Gibson confronts Gavin the 3rd to ask why he doesn't want to bang him, and vows revenge after he's rejected. The Boyz are standing on a catwalk at the Aerial Choreography Dance Studio. Griffon arrives to kill them and Weiss defends them by cutting the ropes holding the platform together. Griffon shoots Weiss off the catwalk and is killed after free-falling face first into the bottom of the studio. Griffon aims at the Boyz, but fails to kill even one of the Boyz as they all flee.[11]

Episode 7 - Double Triple CrossEdit

Directed by/Written by: Josh Flanagan & Blaine Gibson

Original air date: February 27, 2017

The Sex von Shaukel Boyz start their Reunion Tour, while Moose expresses her utter disappointment at them. In London, Gavin the 3rd beds Operator Mikey. At the Rooster Corps Headquarters, the Big Cock reveals his plan to CIA agents Jinx and Gibson to abandon the Corps, since it is compromised. The Big Cock also tells them of the secret superweapon - The Hammer of Cock, a satellite-orbiting heat-controlled remote control energy ray. At the control center, Jinx and Gibson prepare to destroy the remote device for the Hammer of Cock with rigged explosives, but find that it has been replaced by Agent Knuckle, who was also on orders from the Big Cock to transport the device and ambush the saboteur. With the explosives ticking on a timer, Jinx and Knuckle battle, while Gibson misinterprets it as a "sexy pillow fight". In the confusion, Jinx is unable to stop the explosives before they detonate, and are all killed in the resulting explosion.

Meanwhile, the Big Cock, who prepares to desert the Rooster Corps. He hands down the organization to the Colonel, who in turn hands him to use one of Annersby's two-way communicators, disguised as a pistol. However, the "communicator" was in reality an actual gun, and the Big Cock is convinced to shoot himself in the temple. The Colonel reveals to be a subordinate of the saboteur, explaining how he had staged both the fall of the CIA and CAL agencies, as well as his personal motives against the Big Cock, who then dies.

Episode 8 - Mission CriticalEdit

Directed by/Written by: Josh Flanagan & Blaine Gibson

Original air date: March 6, 2017

Geoff invites all the remaining Rooster Corps agents to his safehouse in the Australian outback. One of the agents sets an explosive underneath the couch in the living room and just as Griffon finds it, the explosive decimates the safehouse - and Geoff and Griffon in the process - in a fiery explosion.

Moose arrives to see Annersby, who reveals that the saboteur is Mavin (Gavin the 3rd with Operator Mikey as a split personality) after figuring it out himself during a confrontation between the two. Mavin and the Colonel prepares to activate the Hammer of Cock at the Rooster Corps Headquarters, but Moose, the Sex von Shaukel Boyz and Ryan (disguised as the SSB Disc Jockey) arrive to stop him. Mavin and the Colonel reveals how they had manipulated the past organizations within the Corps to assassinate each other and how they will make their grand escape while the rest of the Corps will die at the hands of the Hammer of Cock. The organizations clash in a fistfight: Lars sacrifices himself to save the rest of the SSB, Moose slits the Colonel's throat with her hat when he almost kills Ryan and the remaining SSB use a high-pitched sonic scream technique to deactivate the Hammer of Cock and to explode Mavin's head.


The after-credits sequence reveal

Ryan and the remaining members of the SSB flee the Headquarters and go their own separate ways. One year later, Moose - alongside Agent Kojima (Hideo Kojima) start the Ministry of Moose - A Twelve Little Roosters initiative - at a headquarters just off Manitoba, made up of new operatives (Jon Risinger, Maggie Tominey, Mica Burton, Jessica Vasami, Brad Anner). In an after-credits sequence, Kojima is revealed to be a mole, acting for his revenge-seeking superior Little Boss (Jeremy Dooley) who also has a split personality (Lindsay Jones).

Bloopers are shown as the end credits roll. It is hinted at the end that Chris Demarais will return in a sequel.

Cast and charactersEdit

The Little RoostersEdit

The CorpsEdit

Joel Heyman plays Marquee Marquis' deceased father, Joel Joelle in Honor Among Assassins and Recon Rebirth. Annabelle Jones plays Margaret Burnadicci, Burnardo Burnadicci's daughter in Honor Among Assassins and Recon Rebirth. Shannon McCormick plays Vladimir Putin in Recon Rebirth as well. Tyler Coe portrays Comrade Tiberius in The Most Dangerous Game.

In the final episode, Mission Critical, cameos are made by Jon Risinger, Maggie Tominey, Mica Burton, Jessica Vasami and Brad Anner who portray agents working for the Minister of Moose. Hideo Kojima plays Agent Kojima, a mole within the Minister of Moose working for his superior Little Boss, portrayed by Jeremy Dooley - who appears to have a split personality similar to Mavin, portrayed by Lindsay Jones.

Crew Edit

Series Directed by

Josh Flanagan ... (8 episodes, 2017)

Blaine Gibson ... (8 episodes, 2017)  

Series Writing Credits

 Josh Flanagan	...	(creator) (8 episodes, 2017)

Blaine Gibson ... (8 episodes, 2017)

Chris Demarais ... (unknown episodes)

Series Produced by

Burnie Burns ... executive producer (8 episodes, 2017)

Matt Hullum ... executive producer (8 episodes, 2017)

Jeff Guerrero ... producer (1 episode, 2017)

Will Hyde ... supervising producer (1 episode, 2017)

Series Cinematography by

Taylor Camarot ... (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Film Editing by

 Joe Ashe ... (1 episode, 2017)

Adam Bailey ... (1 episode, 2017)

Sarah Deuel ... (1 episode, 2017)

Kody Gibson ... (1 episode, 2017)

Dan Hirons ... (1 episode, 2017)

Series Production Design by

Stephen Fay ... (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Art Direction by

 Max Kruemcke ... (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Set Decoration by

 Lindsay Lipscomb ... (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Costume Design by

 Erika Slay ... (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Makeup Department

 Anna Fugate ... head hair stylist / head makeup artist (1 episode, 2017)

Robert Grimes ... hair assistant / makeup assistant (1 episode, 2017)

Jessica Isam ... hair stylist / makeup artist (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

 Jaytyler Ferretti ... second assistant director (8 episodes, 2017)

Meg Beatty ... first assistant director (1 episode, 2017)

Kelly Robertson ... second second assistant director (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Art Department

 Stephanie Ard ... art department coordinator (1 episode, 2017)

Brad Blei ... property master (1 episode, 2017)

Peder Gilham ... set dresser (1 episode, 2017)

Dustin Shroff ... set dresser (1 episode, 2017)

Fabian Valdez ... prop department buyer (1 episode, 2017)

Thomas Velie ... art production assistant (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Sound Department

 Greg Armstrong ... sound mixer (1 episode, 2017)

Oksana Smetanyuk ... boom operator (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Visual Effects by 

André Ouellette ... visual effects artist (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Stunts 

Jeff Schwan ... stunt coordinator (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Camera and Electrical Department 

Morgan Bond ... gaffer (1 episode, 2017)

Colton Clements ... second assistant camera (1 episode, 2017)

Drake Howard ... key grip (1 episode, 2017)

Charlie Pearce ... gaffer (1 episode, 2017)

Ivan N. Salazar ... swing (1 episode, 2017)

Jesse Vielleux ... first assistant camera (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Eryn Brooke ... set costumer (1 episode, 2017)

April Swartz ... key costumer (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Editorial Department 

Allison Feldstein ... post-production coordinator (1 episode, 2017)

Molly McDermott ... bts editor (1 episode, 2017)

David Nguyen ... assistant editor (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Location Management 

Kenneth Hoot ... location manager (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Other crew 

Jessica Vasami ... production coordinator (8 episodes, 2017)

Bryan N. Blanton ... key set production assistant (1 episode, 2017)

Erik Gatling ... set production assistant (1 episode, 2017)

T.J. Larson ... script supervisor (1 episode, 2017)

Ellie Main ... assistant production coordinator (1 episode, 2017)

Patrick Matthews ... production coordinator (1 episode, 2017)

Michelle Millette ... set production assistant (1 episode, 2017)

Megan Saturley ... set production assistant (1 episode, 2017)

Meghann Sumner ... craft service (1 episode, 2017)

McKensie Wallesen ... craft service (1 episode, 2017)  

Series Thanks 

Megan Castro ... special thanks (1 episode, 2017)

Nathan Jordan ... special thanks (1 episode, 2017)

External Links Edit

Official website 1

Official website 2




Character PostersEdit

Haywood FilesEdit






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