Letterkenny Season 11 Trailer Teases More Hilarious Adventures

The latest trailer for the upcoming 11th season of the hit comedy series Letterkenny is now available, teasing some of the antics the group of friends will be getting into.

The new season, which premieres December 26, 2022 on Hulu, sees the popular group Wayne, Katy, Daryl, and Dan once again traveling about and getting themselves into more hilarious situations. Along the way, the typical quick-hitting, punchy dialogue the show has become known for is on display, which will no doubt please fans excited for the upcoming season.

Check out the new Letterkenny Season 11 trailer below:

Letterkenny stars Jared Keeso, Nathan Dales, Michelle Mylett, K. Trevor Wilson, Dylan Playfair, Andrew Herr, Tyler Johnston, Evan Stern, Jacob Tierney, Patrick McNeil, Lisa Codrington, and Dan Petronijevic.

The series is created by Jared Keeso. It follows the antics of a group of characters in the titular rural Canadian town with a population of 5,000 that is home to “hicks, skids, hockey players, and Christians,” with a focus on Wayne, his sister Katy, and their two friends Daryl and Squirrelly Dan.

“The residents of Letterkenny belong to one of three groups: the Hicks, the Skids, and the Hockey Players, who are constantly feuding over seemingly trivial matters that often end with someone getting their ass kicked,” reads the synopsis. “In Season 11, the small town contends with the best chip flavors, lost dogs, an influencer invasion, Skid business, a mystery at the Church Bake Sale, unwanted guests at beer league, and the Degens stirring up trouble. And that’s just for starters.”

Originally premiering on CraveTV in February 2016 and running for six seasons of six episodes each with a holiday special tucked in between each one, the series proved to be a hit, receiving rave reviews from critics and being a ratings hit for the streaming service. Letterkenny has been nominated for 20 Canadian Screen Awards and has won seven, including Best Comedy Series.

Hulu acquired the U.S. rights to distribute the series in 2018, slowly distributing the seasons over the months following and becoming the first service to acquire an international show for future seasons after its run on its original network as they acquired the rights to its seventh season and any future seasons back in May 2019.

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