Ever since the announcement of “Letterkenny Season 9”, fans have been eagerly waiting to know more about the upcoming season.
The Canadian sitcom initially started as a YouTube series. The show debuted in TV in 2016 after being acquired by Crave. Hulu started streaming the series since 2018. Jared Keeso is the creator of the series. Keeso and Jacob Tierney are the primary writers with Tierney even direction the series. The show has won many awards and have received a positive response from its viewers.
Release Date Of “Letterkenny Season 9”
The show’s renewal for a ninth season came in March 2020. As with many sho, this series is also halted due to the coronavirus pandemic. The cast of the show also had to cancel their 2020 Tour of “Letterkenny Llive” due to the current situation. It is not yet revealed as to when the production of the show will resume. The season is most likely to air somewhere around 2021.
The Plot Of The Series
Every episode of the show begins with a title that says that there are 5000 people in Letterkenny and these are their problems. The episodes are simple and unassuming. It has a diverse collection of characters. Each of the characters has quite a few things to say. In the season 8 finale the relationship between Wayne and Rosie achieves a different level of maturity. The duo seem to have become almost intuitively comfortable around each other. Marie-Fred informs Wayne that Dierks has been cheating on Katy who is Wayne’s sister. The season ends on a cliffhanger. It showed Wayne and his friends charging at the adulterer.
In the ninth season, we might get to know what the community has done to Dierks. Katy will most likely move on for good after Dierks cheats on her. Wayne and Rosie’s relationship might develop further.
The Cast Of The Series
Although the cast of the upcoming season is still under wraps, it is likely that the original cast will reprise the respective roles. The cast of the show includes
- Jared Keeso as Wayne
- Nathan Dales as Daryl
- Michelle Mylett as Katy
- K. Trevor Wilson as Squirrelly Dan
- Dylan Playfair as Reilly
- Andrew Herr as Jonesy
- Tyler Johnston as Stewart
- Alexander De Jordy as Devon
- Dan Petronijevic as McMurray
- Melanie Scrofano as Mrs. McMurray
- Jacob Tierney as Glen
- Lisa Codrington as Gail
- Kaniehtiio Horn as Tanis
- Evan Stern as Roald
- Mark Forward as Coach
- Sarah Gadon as Gae
- Kamilla Kowal as Bonnie McMurray