ULTRA CITY SMITHS: The New Series From The ROBOT CHICKEN Team Receives A Trailer Ahead Of Next Week's Premiere

The Stoopid Buddy Stoodios team is at it again with another brand new stop-motion animated series, this time called Ultra City Smiths. Check out the trailer below ahead of next week's series premiere!

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When it comes to stop-motion animation, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios produces the top of the line. But, as if a decade of Robot Chicken wasn't enough to establish their skills, their work on the recent Hulu hit M.O.D.O.K. was also worth writing home about.

For people who dig the animation style and are enamored by the silliness of projects like Team America: World Police, the newest show from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is definitely right up their alley. Ultra City Smiths, which takes place in a fictional metropolis called Mega City (Maybe Ultra City was too on the nose?), follows the misadventures of two intrepid detectives in the case of a mysterious disappearance.

The voice cast features several incredibly talented household names, including John C. Reilly (Step-Brothers, Guardians of the Galaxy), Kristen Bell (Frozen, Heroes), Terry O'Quinn (Lost), Dax Shepherd (Without a Paddle), Luis Guzman (Community), Melissa Villasenor (Saturday Night Live), Jason Montzoukas (Solar Opposites, Brooklynn Nine-Nine), and countless others.

We could talk about the zaniness of this trailer all day, but it's best if you check it out for yourself below. Whatever your thoughts may be, make sure to sound off in the comments section!


 

Ultra City Smiths will premiere on AMC+ (AMC Networks’ streaming platform) on Thursday, July 22. Starring: Damon Herriman, Bebe Neuwirth, John C. Reilly, Melissa Villaseñor, Alia Shawkat, Tim Heidecker, Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard, Debra Winger, Tim Meadows, Terry O’ Quinn, Hana Mae Lee, Luis Guzman, Jason Mantzoukas, Chris Conrad, Sunita Mani, Caleb McLaughlin, Kurtwood Smith, Julian Barratt, and Tom Waits. 


The first two episodes of Ultra City Smiths will premiere on AMC+ on Thursdays beginning on July 22nd.

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