Warner Media is releasing a new animated series for mature audiences to Adult Swim and HBO Max from showrunner Jason Ruiz. ‘Royal Crackers’ is a new cartoon comedy set to be released in the spring, following a family fighting for control of a snack company.
“Royal Crackers was once the king of snacks, but the empire is crumbling. When the family patriarch, tyrannical company founder Theodore Hornsby Sr. ends up in a “super coma,” the rest of the Hornsbys will take their lack of talent and business acumen and try to make Royal Crackers the success it once was,” Warner said in a statement.
Ruiz explained, “Like most kids, when I was a young child, I had the stereotypical dream of making an animated television program about a mediocre cracker company and the family of desperate weirdos who run it.”
“In this childhood dream, I wanted it to air on linear TV and then stream on an app the following day. Thank you to Adult Swim and HBO Max for making that little pipe dream come true,” he added.
Ruiz will also work on the project as the executive producer with Seth Cohen (“The Last Man on Earth”). Titmouse (“Home: Adventures with Tip and Oh,” “Baby Shark’s Big Show!”) will be producing the show.
You can watch the trailer below:
The television series stars Ruiz, Andrew Santino (“Dave,” “Here’s the Rub,” “I’m Dying Up Here”), Jessica St. Clair (“Veep,” “American Housewife,” “The Deep Dive” podcast), David Gborie (“Exploding Kittens,” “All Fantasy Everything” podcast), Maile Flanagan (“Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks,” “Naruto,” “Not Dead Yet,” “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations”) and Fred Tatasciore (“Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal,” “Batman: The Brave and the Bold”).
The show will debut on Adult Swim on Sunday, April 2, 2023, and will make its way to HBO Max on April 3, 2023.
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