via press release:
IT’S TIME TO GET BACK TO THE GREAT OUTDOORS
THE THIRD SEASON OF “BRICKLEBERRY” PREMIERES ON COMEDY CENTRAL® TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 AT 10:30 P.M. ET/PT
Executive Produced by Daniel Tosh and Creators Waco O’Guin and Roger Black With Voice Talent Including Tosh, Black, Natasha Leggero, Tom Kenny, David Herman, and Jerry Minor
NEW YORK, August 20, 2014 – Everyone’s favorite maladjusted park rangers are back for more adventures when “Brickleberry“ returns for a third season on Tuesday, September 16 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central, following an all-new episode of “Tosh.0.” Produced by Fox 21, from Executive Producer Daniel Tosh (“Tosh.0”) and series creators, writers and Executive Producers Waco O’Guin and Roger Black (MTV2’s “Stankervision”), season three will bring thirteen new episodes of the hit animated series.
In the premiere episode, “Obamascare,” President Obama visits Brickleberry to honor “Woody’s” 30 years of perfect attendance as a park ranger and true to Brickleberry form, pandemonium ensues. After “Woody” is accidentally shot, “Steve” volunteers to be part of a very unique solution, and “Bobby Possumcods” (O’Guin), angered by Obamacare policies, creates his own backwoods healthcare plan. The President’s looming arrival leaves the remaining park rangers on edge, particularly Connie, who claims to have a past with the Commander in Chief.
“Brickleberry” follows the hapless rangers at Brickleberry National Park as they do their worst to keep the park open. Having been through everything from “Steve’s” invention of Squabbits to the birth of the anti-Christ, the rangers are back and ready for anything. “Brickleberry” voice talent includes Natasha Leggero as “Ethel,” Tom Kenny as “Woody,” Dave Herman as “Steve,” Jerry Minor as “Denzel,” Black as “Connie,” and Tosh as “Malloy,” the resident bear cub. Ian Friedman and Adam Londy are the Executives in Charge of Production for Comedy Central.
The “Brickleberry“ Web site will feature episode previews, highlights and photo galleries of concept artwork from the upcoming episodes. The “Brickleberry” Facebook page has spent the summer giving excited fans an early look at the upcoming new season including episodic artwork created by Bento Box Entertainment, as well as video and photos from the show’s appearance at San Diego Comic-Con. The page will be updated daily throughout the season with new artwork, and fans can follow the show on Twitter @brickleberry.
New episodes of “Brickleberry” will be available the day after air in the Comedy Central App, and select episodes from season two are available with no authentication required for viewers that want to catch up on the best of last season. The entire first and second seasons are now available on Hulu Plus.
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Fox 21 is a cable production studio housed within Twentieth Century Fox Television devoted to making creatively ambitious scripted series for the cable television market, as well as unscripted shows for both cable and broadcast networks. Fox 21 currently produces the Emmy® and Golden Globe winning “Homeland” starring Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin, the critically acclaimed smash hit “Sons of Anarchy” (with FX Productions), Brannon Braga and Adam Simon’s freshman hit “Salem,” Howard Gordon’s dramatic thriller “Tyrant,” the animated comedy “Brickleberry” from Daniel Tosh, “Witches of East End” starring Julia Ormond and Jenna Dewan Tatum, “Rush” from Jonathan Levine and “Legends” from Howard Gordon and Jonathan Levin. The studio is also developing the drama series “The Bastard Executioner” (with FX productions) from Kurt Sutter and Imagine TV’s Brian Grazer.