“Trailer Park Boys” has found a new home on Netflix, via Entertainment One (eOne). All new episodes featuring the inimitable trio of Ricky, Julian and Bubbles, as well as all past seasons of the series, will be exclusively available to Netflix members in Canada, the U.S. and in all other Netflix territories around the world.
After taking a break, the boys return with their one-of-a-kind brand of substance-fueled scheming, with Season 8 of “Trailer Park Boys,” ten all-new episodes, premiering exclusively on Netflix later this year. But first, the latest seasons will be added in Canada and the U.S. while Seasons 1-7 will be available for the first time in the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, the Nordics, and Latin America.
“We’re thrilled that the boys are back and that their loyal fans will have full-access to all their antics on Netflix robust platform. The Trailer Park Boys are Canadian legends and their brand has an incredible fan following at home and around the world. We are looking forward to seeing their global success explode as Netflix rolls out fresh content and old favourites,” said Patrice Théroux, who oversees global Film operations for eOne, distributors of the franchise. “Netflix is undoubtedly the perfect home for the boys and we’re delighted to partner with Netflix to export the trailer park to audiences all over the world.”
“There’s no other trio quite like Julian, Ricky and Bubbles and we’re thrilled to be the new home for these beloved hellraisers,” said Sean Carey, vice president of content acquisition, Netflix. “Our US and Canadian members love Trailer Park Boys and we’re excited to take their unique brand of humor to our markets throughout the Americas and Europe.”
It’s been several years since the cameras have followed Ricky, Julian and Bubbles around the Sunnyvale Trailer Park and there have been some significant changes: Ricky recently harvested an enormous weed crop which he has successfully hidden in the walls of his trailer, Julian has opened a bar and gym in his trailer and Bubbles is in the process of opening what he calls a ‘Shed and Breakfast’ business.
In addition to the series, Netflix will debut three standalone specials: “Community Service Special,” “Swearnet Special,” “Trailer Park Boys Xmas” and two all-new feature films: Trailer Park Boys 3: Don’t Legalize It and Swearnet, which will come to the service following their theatrical premieres this year.