The great Alaskan frontier is calling out, and it’s saying that FOX’s animated comedy The Great North has been renewed for a fourth season! The news comes as show co-creators Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin renew their deal with 20th Television Animation. The renewal was also confirmed a month ahead of the show’s season 3 premiere.
The Great North follows the Tobins, a weird but wholesome Alaskan family as they embark on various adventures, big and small. Season 2 brought viewers through a whirlwind of events, including Judy’s murder mystery party gone wrong, Beef tackling poetry, Honeybee in intense competition for a mall kiosk, Ham wanting a re-do for his coming out, and more.
About re-upping the deal, the Molyneuxs told Deadline:
“We are genuinely thrilled to continue working with the team at 20th Television Animation. They let us be our strange selves in a way we could only have dreamed of and we couldn’t be more grateful for their input and support. Also we love the mugs they send us and we keep losing them so we really hope this relationship continues for years.”
The Great North was also co-created by Minty Lewis. The voice cast features Nick Offerman as Beef, Will Forte as Wolf, Dulcé Sloan as Honeybee, Jenny Slate as Judy, Aparna Nancherla as Moon, and Paul Rust as Ham. Megan Mullally, David Herman, Alanis Morissette, and Julio Torres also star.
The Great North season 3 premieres on Sunday, September 25 at 8:30 p.m. ET on FOX, with episodes streaming next day on Hulu. Catch up with the first two seasons now on the streamer.