The development will be handled by the authors of the original show. Streaming service Hulu has announced that it is preparing a new season of the cult animated series King of the Hill.
The remastered version of the adult cartoon is being produced by the original show’s creators Mike Judge (“Silicon Valley”) and Greg Daniels (“Parks and Recreation”), who are also joined by Saladin K. Patterson (“The Big Bang Theory”). All three are executive producers on the project, with Patterson also acting as its showrunner.
Judge will once again voice the main character of the series. Returning to voice the central characters are Cathy Najimy (Hocus Pocus), Stephen Root (The Unthinkable), Pamela Adlon (Say Something), Johnny Hardwicke (Demon Slayer), and Lauren Tom (Demon Slayer). Bad Santa).
The original King of the Hill is set in the fictional city of Arlen, Texas. The show is about the most ordinary Texan, Hank Hill (Judge), as well as his wife Peggy (Najimy), who works as a teacher at a local school, son Bobby (Adlon), entering puberty, and niece Luanna (Brittany Murphy), constantly throwing her underwear around the house.
King of the Hill now has 13 seasons and over 250 episodes, airing on Fox from 1997 to 2009. The channel began planning a revival of the series back in 2017, but due to the merger between Disney and 21st Century Fox, the idea was cancelled.
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