[01/23/19 - 09:02 AM] "Hot Streets" Is Back on the Case with Season Two Premiering February 24th Joining the cast is veteran actor, Ernie Hudson who lends his voice as Jet Jr., a new character this season.
[via press release from Adult Swim]
Hot Streets is Back on the Case with Season Two Premiering February 24th
Ernie Hudson Joins Cast this Season, Justin Roiland and Ming-Na Wen Reprise their Roles
Sneak peek of the all-new trailer for season two of Hot Streets premiering Sunday, February 24th at Midnight ET/PT on Adult Swim.
Adult Swim, the #1 cable destination for young adults, announces a brand-new season of its sci-fi animated buddy-cop series, Hot Streets premiering Sunday, February 24th at Midnight ET/PT.
This season, Agents Branski and French investigate "Hot Streets" cases, the FBI's most dangerous and strange paranormal missions. They are aided by Branski's niece, Jen Sanders, and her cowardly dog, Chubbie Webbers. It's an absurd and electrifying mix of high-concept science-fiction and horror!
Joining the cast is veteran actor, Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters) who lends his voice as Jet Jr., a new character this season. The main cast returns including Scott Chernoff (Bojack Horseman), Chelsea Kane (Baby Daddy), Justin Roiland (Rick and Morty), J.D. Ryznar (Blue Mountain State), along with Ming-Na Wen (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.).
The quarter-hour animated science fiction adventure series is created by Brian Wysol (Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken) and produced by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios. Seth Green, Matt Senreich, John Harvatine IV, Eric Towner, (Robot Chicken), Roiland and Wysol all serve as executive producers.
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