Comedy Central has announced that their new show, “Brickleberry,” has been renewed for a second season. The announcement game today from Kent Alterman, the network’s Head of Original Programming and Production.
Co-produced by Fox 21 and Comedy Central, “Brickleberry” is executive produced by Daniel Tosh (“Tosh.0″), and series creators/writers/executive producers Waco O’Guin and Roger Black (MTV2’s “Stankervision”). The thirteen-episode second season is scheduled to premiere in Fall 2013.
“We are happy to continue educating America’s youth about nature, and the national conservation movement,” said Alterman.
“This is incredible news!” said O’Guin. “I can’t wait to get more angry phone calls from my mother.”
“Now I can pay off my Chevy Cobalt,” added Black.
“Brickleberry,” is an animated series revolving around a group of dysfunctional park rangers at a second tier national park. “Brickleberry” voice talent includes Kaitlin Olson (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”) as “Ethel,” the smoking hot top ranger who is transferred to Brickleberry, Tom Kenny (“SpongeBob SquarePants”) as “Woody,” the head ranger who has good intentions, but not always the best ideas, Dave Herman (“Futurama”) as “Steve,” the overconfident Ranger of the Month, Jerry Minor (“Eastbound & Down”) as “Denzel,” the African American ranger who isn’t comfortable in the woods, Roger Black as “Connie,” the unusually strong and masculine female ranger, and Tosh as “Malloy,” the cuddly, yet vulgar and spoiled resident bear.