The Canadian Television sitcom is set to be back with another season. Created by Jared Keeso and directed by Jacob Tierney the shoe has been able to keep fans entertained for eight seasons, even leaving fans asking for more!
So here let’s look at everything we know about Letterkenny Season 9.
Letterkenny Season 9 Plot
The story so far revolves around two siblings Wayne and Katy. Both of them run a farm with the help of Wayne’s friends Squirrelly Dan and Daryl.
Besides the siblings, the story also emphasises on Reilly and Jonesy who are involved in a polyamorous relationship with Katy that goes on and off from time to time.
The story is about the life of small-town Canadians. For those of you who haven’t watched this show yet and are looking for a laugh, we highly recommend it. The show is sure to keep you entertained and leave you in splits of laughter with is well-timed comedy.
In previous season we saw that conflicts often arise between the three groups of the people of Letterkenny, the hicks, skids and the hockey players. Season 9, is going to delve deeper into the lives of these three groups and the relationships between them.
Letterkenny Season 9 Cast
Good news for fans of Letterkenny as the cast of the previous seasons are expected to be back in action in season 9 with Jared Keeso playing Wayne, Nathan Dales will play Daryl, Michelle Mylett as Katy, K. Trevor Wilson playing Squirrely Dan, Dylan Playfair as Reilly, Andrew Herr as Jonesy and Tyler Johnston as Stewart. Besides them, Alexander De Jordy will be playing the role of Devon, Dan Petronijevic as Mr McMurry and Melanie Scrofano will play the role of Mrs McMurry.
Letterkenny Season 9 Release Date
Season 9 of Letterkenny was supposed to hit television right after the completion of season 8. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak causing productions to be stalled, fans of Letterkenny might have to wait a little while longer for season 9.
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