“Squidbillies” Season 12 Gets Sneak Peek ; Mr Pickles Season Four To Debut Later This Year!

Adult Swim, be still my heart.

We’ve known about new seasons of Squidbillies and Mr. Pickles for quite some time now, but now we’ve got a trailer for the former and news that the latter is coming home for Christmas. These announcements tie into other recent announcements from Adult Swim which include renewals for Tigtone, Ballmastrz: 9909and the Adult Swim premiere of gen: Lock. 

Mr. Pickles, Old Town’s cutest dog will be back in December for a fourth season of tail wagging, flesh ripping and head decapitating – good old classic American adventure.  Set in the small, old-fashioned world of Old Town, Mr. Pickles centers on the lives of the Goodman family and their innocent six-year-old son Tommy, whose best friend is the family’s lovable and sometimes naughty, Border Collie, Mr. Pickles. The quarter-hour series is a HotHouse production created by Will Carsola and Dave Stewart. It is executive produced by Carsola, Stewart, Michael J. Rizzo, and Mike Mayfield.

SquidbilliesAmerica’s fourth favorite animated family returns for season 12 on Sunday, August 11th at Midnight ET/PT, to heal the growing divide in this nation with inbred mountain hijinks.  The new season features all-new covers of the theme song from artists such as Shooter Jennings, Shannon Shaw & Dan Auerbach, Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and more.  Squidbillies is created and produced by Dave Willis (Aqua Teen Hunger Force) and Jim Fortier, the quarter-hour animated comedy series follows America’s favorite family of violent, rural cephalopods addicted to ignorance and raising hell in the red clay of Dougal County, Georgia.

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