Can you believe that Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is on its way to producing a TENTH season of Robot Chicken for Adult Swim? It’s friggin’ remarkable, and as such, Seth Green and Co. should be happy as hell that the show has lasted this long in an era where we’ve probably seen so many “one-hit wonders” come and go over the course of those ten seasons. One of the key facets of Robot Chicken that has made the show so memorable over the years is its solid selection of recurring voice stars.
Nicole Eggert and Jamie Kaler (Host of America) have officially been confirmed as upcoming voices for the next season of Robot Chicken. Actress Aimee Teegarden appears to have also been teased as being part of the upcoming season, however, we have no idea who anyone is going to be voicing for the show’s tenth season which as of now doesn’t even have a premiere date.
Robot Chicken is created and executive produced by Stoopid Monkey Productions’ Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, and their Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners, Buddy Systems’ John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner, also serve as executive producers.
Producer Brent Butt has noted that Canada Prime Minister and Donald Trump BFF Justin Trudeau will be a featured voice in the upcoming second season of Corner Gas Animated as himself. Trudeau joins an esteemed list of other cameos from Canadian Prime Ministers like Martin and Harper that have also been featured as part of the franchise.
The series will follow the everyday lives of the residents of the small town of Dog River, Saskatchewan. This series is similar to the original, live-action series, but the creators have acknowledged that the animated format will give them opportunities to do stranger and more unrealistic things that the live-action version could not have depicted or filmed. For instance, cutaway gags in the animated version have included a Mad Max spoof and a gory fight between a Sasquatch and a unicorn.
The animated adaptation of the Canadian phenom is currently in production for the second season of 13 episodes expected to premiere later this year on The Comedy Network.