‘Squidbillies’ Set To Enter Its Thirteenth And Final Season

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The Adult Swim animated series ‘Squidbillies’ is returning after a two-year hiatus for a thirteenth and final season. The show is set to return on November 7th with a panel from the show’s creators at the Adult Swim Festival streaming to their YouTube channel.

“The oldest Squid in the Game returns for one last blast starting Sunday, November 7th on Adult Swim. Squidbillies will feature two new episodes each week starting at midnight,” Warner Media said in a press release. “Squidbillies, the show you love to overlook, is back for a 13th and final season. Join Early, Rusty, and Granny Cuyler for 10 brand new episodes of jackwoods backassery. Sorry – backwoods jackassery. The new season features all-new covers of the show’s opening theme song performed by Willie Nelson, Amanda Shires, Sturgill Simpson, and more. In addition to new cover artists, the search for a new Early Cuyler has been underway with numerous voice auditions held. Stay tuned to find out who will be the chosen one.”

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They continue, “‘Squidbillies’ is a quarter-hour animated comedy series that follows the Cuyler Family, America’s favorite rural hell-raising cephalopods who call the mountains of fictional Dougal County, Georgia their home. The show is written and produced by Dave Willis, Jim Fortier, and Alan Steadman. Binge all previous 123 episodes of Squidbillies on HBO Max before the new season so you’ll know what’s going on!”

According to TVWeb, the synopsis explains, “Follows the adventures of the Cuylers, an impoverished and dysfunctional family of anthropomorphic, air-breathing, redneck squids who live in a rural Appalachian community in the US state of Georgia.”

The show features the voice talents of Daniel McDevitt, Dana Snyder, Patricia French, Bobby Ellerbee, Todd Hanson, and Elizabeth Cook. Unknown Hinson was part of the original cast until he made controversial comments about Dolly Parton.

You can check out the trailer below:

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