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Season 2 of ‘The Freak Brothers’ Coming to Tubi This Summer

With an all-star voice cast including Woody Harrelson, John Goodman, Pete Davidson, Tiffany Haddish, Adam Devine, Blake Anderson, Andrea Savage, La La Anthony and Rapper ScHoolboy Q, the animated comedy, based on the cult underground comics, returns June 25.

The second season of The Freak Brothers, Tubi’s first-ever original animated series, will hit the streamer June 25. Based on Gilbert Shelton’s cult classic underground comic series, the franchise celebrates its 55th anniversary this year.

The series returns with an all-star voice cast including Woody Harrelson, John Goodman, Pete Davidson, Tiffany Haddish, Adam Devine, Blake Anderson, Andrea Savage, La La Anthony, and ScHoolboy Q. Joining this season with a special guest appearance is Joe Sikora, who will play Louis, a calm but passionate proprietor of a local fried chicken restaurant inspired by Gus Fring in Breaking Bad.

"With more original animation than any other free streamer, The Freak Brothers returns to Tubi this summer with our all-star voice cast in eight episodes that are Freak'in funny," said Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer, Tubi. "Our commitment continues to cement Tubi as a go-to destination for adult animation."

Executive producer Courtney Solomon added, “55 Years of Freaks and they’re still running strong and more relevant than ever - joint toast!  We’re super excited about bringing an even crazier and zanier Season 2 to viewers where we push the envelope even further.  We’re blessed to have fantastic partners in Tubi and Lionsgate and for the amazingly talented team of showrunners, writers and cast that has come on the journey again.”

Watch the official promo video for Tubi’s The Freak Brothers now:

The Freak Brothers chronicles the escapades of a trio of stoner anti-establishment characters and their smartass cat who wake up from a 50-year nap after smoking a magical strain of weed in 1969, and must adjust to life with a new family in present-day San Francisco. In the second season, the Freaks and Kitty’s Mary Jane-fueled misadventures will take them from their high school reunion to matching wits with Mark Zuckerberg, settling old scores with Mitch McConnell, and battling Seth Rogen in a Pot Brownie Bake-Off contest.  

The series is based on comic book legend Shelton’s The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers. Critiquing the Establishment, while satirizing counterculture at the same time, the comics sold more than 45 million copies in 16 languages and have been hailed by The Comics Journal as “One of the 100 Greatest Comics of the Century.” Pure Imagination Studio, the studio behind The Simpsons: Brick Like Me, handled the animation for both Season 1 and 2.

The series is produced by WTG Enterprises and distributed by global content leader Lionsgate. Courtney Solomon (AFTER, Mr. Church, Cake) executive produces alongside Mark Canton (300, Den of Thieves) and award-winning showrunners Alan Cohen and Alan Freedland (King of the Hill, American Dad). Harrelson, Haddish, Davidson, Devine, Anderson, Shelton, and Manfred Mroczkowski also serve as executive producers on the series. 

The first four episodes of The Freak Brothers will be available on June 25th, with the back four episodes dropping on September 24.

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Journalist, antique shop owner, aspiring gemologist—Laurén brings a diverse perspective to animation, where every frame reflects her varied passions.