Letterkenny Season 9 is an upcoming Canadian comedy show which was first aired in the year 2016 and has released 8 seasons over the course of years.
The show centers around a small rural community in Ontario, Canada with the same name. Most of the episodes open with the text that reads “There are 5000 people in Letterkenny. These are their problems.”
The show revolves around two siblings named Wayne and Katy who together run a small farm together and they seek help from Daryl and Squirrely Dan who is a friend of Wayne’s.
The series also highlights the friendship between two ice hockey players Reilly and Jonesy and their involvement in a polyamorous relationship with Wayne’s sibling Katy. The Episodes of the show centers around the lives of people in a small town.
Letterkenny Season 9 Realease Date
First aired in 2016 and with more than 40 new episodes, it’s a total commitment, the eighth season of the show was premiered on Crave on December 25, 2019
Letterkenny Season 8 was aired in 2019 with the announcement for the renewal of the show for season 9 in June 2020.
Fans have been eagerly waiting for the new season. All productions have been halted due to the pandemic and the release date has been delayed further for the moment.
Maybe we can expect the upcoming season 9 to hit Hulu by the year-end of 2002 or the beginning of 2021 if the production gets resumed.
Letterkenny Season 9 Plot
There is no official plot line for the next season but the upcoming season may explore more on the grown-up individuals of the three groups along with their never-ending fights.
At some point, we also expect to face challenges among themselves. However, these are just theories and presumptions ideas.
Therefore, as of now, there is no update. As a matter of fact, we are not sure if the script for season 9 is already ready or still in works. As soon as we get their official confirmation, we’ll be the first to update you on that.
Letterkenny Season 9 Cast Members
We expect the original cast to back with,
- Jared Keeso as Wayne
- Nathan Dales as Dary
- 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
- Tiio Horn as Tanis
- Evan Stern as Roald
- Mark Forward as Coach
- Sarah Gadon as Gae
- Dylan Playfair as Reilly.
Whatever the case may be, we can expect that the show to return toward the end of 2020 or early 2021. The show also won Best comedy series award in the 5th Canadian Screen Awards.