[06/03/14 - 11:47 AM] Comedy Central's Hits Head to Bonnaroo Highlights include the "Drunk History Live with Derek Waters and Friends" show will take place at Bonnaroo Cinema on Saturday, June 14 at 3:45 p.m.
[04/15/14 - 11:25 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, April 15 Updates include: TV Land gives cast-contingent pilot order to "Impastor"; Jake Busey cast in History's "Texas Rising"; and Michael Fresco inks pilot deal with ABC.
[08/19/13 - 11:22 PM] Development Update: Monday, August 19 Updates include: Sarah Clarke joins AMC's "Line of Sight"; NickMom extends "Instant Mom" by seven episodes; and Demi Lovato near deal for six-episode arc on FOX's "Glee."
[06/08/12 - 11:19 PM] Development Update: Friday, June 8 Updates include: Joshua Malina in, Henry Ian Cusick out on ABC's "Scandal"; Cinemax's "Strike Back" to return Friday, August 17; and "NCIS" locks in Rocky Carroll for season 10.
[05/29/12 - 11:06 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, May 29 Updates include: "Private Practice" drops co-star Tim Daly; Comedy Central's "Brickleberry" to premiere Tuesday, September 25; and "Game of Thrones" producers detail season three roles.
[02/20/10 - 12:07 AM] Development Update: Saturday, February 20 Updates include: CBS, FOX greenlight more pilots; ABC Family to renew "Greek"; and Bill Pullman, Kristin Kreuk are among the latest to land pilots.
SEASON(S): 3 (36 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
ADDITIONAL NOTES: confirmed as canceled on 1/7/15
DESCRIPTION: (from Comedy Central's press release, August 2014) Everyone's favorite maladjusted park rangers are back for more adventures when "Brickleberry" returns for a third season on Tuesday, September 16 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central, following an all-new episode of "Tosh.0." Produced by Fox 21, from Executive Producer Daniel Tosh ("Tosh.0") and series creators, writers and Executive Producers Waco O'Guin and Roger Black (MTV2's "Stankervision"), season three will bring thirteen new episodes of the hit animated series. "Brickleberry" follows the hapless rangers at Brickleberry National Park as they do their worst to keep the park open. Having been through everything from "Steve's" invention of Squabbits to the birth of the anti-Christ, the rangers are back and ready for anything. "Brickleberry" voice talent includes Natasha Leggero as "Ethel," Tom Kenny as "Woody," Dave Herman as "Steve," Jerry Minor as "Denzel," Black as "Connie," and Tosh as "Malloy," the resident bear cub. Ian Friedman and Adam Londy are the Executives in Charge of Production for Comedy Central.