Full Trailer for Animals Season 2 Promises Epic Vignettes (From an Animal’s Perspective)
Who knew the lives of animals, when paralleling the lives of humans, could be so grandiose?
Season 2 of Animals premieres on Friday, March 17th at 11:30PM on HBO.
Watch Featurette of HBO’s “Animals” Before Tonight’s Premiere
Phil Matarese, Mike Luciano, The Duplass Brothers, and dozens of guest stars are set to bring to life human problems, more specifically New Yorker problems, hilariously to animals in a few hours. See what the process was really like in the recording studio was like in this featurette.
Animals premieres tonight at 11:30PM on HBO and, if you’re in LA, you can actually watch this premiere with Phil and Mike at The Lost Knight in Echo Park.
HBO Sets Premiere of Animated Comedy Series “Animals” for Feb. 2016
Yes, this is The Duplass Brothers produced animated series where animals talk and have human problems.
The first of two seasons that have been ordered of Animals kicks off on Fri. Feb. 5th, 2016 at 10:30PM at HBO. Creators Phil Matarese & Mike Luciano have a lot to look forward to as this will be only the third adult-aimed animated series that HBO has ever done. The other two are The Ricky Gervais Show and The Life and Times of Tim.
This means Animals, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, and more are set make February a pretty great month for comedy on TV.
HBO Orders Two Seasons of Animated Comedy Series “Animals” From Phil Matarese, Mike Luciano, and The Duplass Brothers
Props to HBO for decisiveness.
Both The Duplass Brothers and HBO are expanding their comedic scope by going two seasons in on an animated comedy series created by Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano. Apparently, it’s good enough to warrant the entire first season being picked up by HBO as well as the order for a second one all in one feel swoop.
As Animals follows NYC based animals and is targeted at adults, we’re curious how many animal jokes they’ll be firing off as compared to BoJack Horseman.
Nick Kroll, Katie Aselton, and Mark Duplass are all set to voice various animals.
We hope this is a hit not only to have a good show, but to encourage networks to give bigger season orders to new shows or have faith in new shows at all.