Letterkenny Finds Permanent US Home On Hulu From Season 7 On

Credit: CraveTV/Hulu

Letterkenny is an excellent series for those of you aren’t in the know. The Canadian webseries, streamed on CraveTV in Canada and Hulu in the US, about a fictional rural small Canadian town has amassed a large cult following.

There have been live shows. The series remains popular with fans across the globe, going into its seventh season.

Hulu acquired the US streaming rights to the series awhile back. According to The Hollywood Reporter, it’s about to become a permanent thing. Exclusive US streaming rights for Letterkenny are heading to Hulu, with season seven onward being labelled a Hulu Original Series.

Senior VP of Originals at Hulu, Craig Erwich said, “We know from the current success of our original comedy series Ramy, Shrill and PEN15 that our subscribers are looking for hilarious, unique and engaging programming. Letterkenny checks all of these boxes and then some.  Since we first premiered season one last summer, the fan following and conversation around the series has gained exciting momentum. We’re proud to have the show join the Hulu family.”

The series was created by and stars Jared Keeso follows the exploits of “hicks, hockey players, and skids” in the titular town. It also stars Nathan Dales, Michelle Mylett, K. Trevor Wilson, Dylan Playfair, Andrew Herr, Tyler Johnston, Evan Stern, Mark Forward and Tiio Horn.

Keeso and other cast members will preview season seven, which will see the hicks starting an agricultural radio call-in show, on Sunday at ATX Television Festival.

If you want to get an idea if Letterkenny is for you, then check out the video below.

Letterkenny season seven will stream on Hulu on October 14th.

Bec Heim

Senior Editor at 4YE
Rebecca "Bec" Heim is the Senior Editor for 4YE. She has a BA in English Literature from the University of Scranton. She also has an MA in Film-Radio-Television from Syracuse University and an MFA in Screenwriting from Boston University. She enjoys reading through her ever growing mountain of books, talking way too much about superheroes, and trying to reach transcendental state.
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