The Roku Channel officially dropped the trailer of Reno 911! Defunded. It seems that the new reboot of the Reno 911! Franchise. This Roku Channel also acquired the new Roku 911! series like the part of its acquisition with Quibi just following such chart-lived mobile-only demise of the streamer. It seems that Reno 911! Defunded extends 11 episodes with each with 30 minutes runtime.
Reno 911! Defunded: Plot
The story of the series reveals the rising of crime, but it also reveals that one city is never short on heroes. It seems to be Reno’s finest are return and this time they are just facing their huge challenge yet and they also have been defunded! No budget. No back-up. No problem for the favorite top-level police officers like they return along with a squad room filled with guest stars for a season-low on the resources that come with high on chaos.
Reno 911! Defunded: Cast
The original cast members of Reno 911! Features Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant, Kerri Kenney-Silver, Niecy Nash, and Cedric Yarbrough return in this series along with Carlos Alazraqui, Ian Roberts, Joe Lo Truglio, Mary Birdsong, and Wendi McLendon-Covey. This series also fill Jamie Lee Curtis’s “Weird AI” Yankovic, and George Lopez guest star.
Colin Davis who is the Head of Scripted Originals, Roku explains in a press release, “Reno 911! Is it one of the funniest comedy TV shows ever made and we could not be more excited to release a brand new, supersized, never-before-seen season as a Roku Original? Prepare to laugh!”
This show has been created by Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, and Kerri Kenney-Silver. The executive producers are Cedric Yarbrough, Niecy Nash, Carlos Alazraqui, Wendi McLaren-Covey, John Landgraf, Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sheer, Danny Devito, peter Principato, Christian Hoffman, and David Lincoln.
It has been directed by Robert Ben Garant, David Lincoln, and Christian Hoffman. MTV Entertainment Studios also produces the series.
This Reno 911! Cast also reunited with paramount+ special. In this May 2020 Lennon also talked about such complexities of getting such a gang returned for the revivals.
Lennon also explained, “We definitely had to get Reno together mostly because the cast is so egregiously successful on their own. Just to schedule the one time that we wanted to have dinner last Christmas took a while to schedule,” he also added, “It really came about almost 100% because of a person named Doug Herzog. Doug is also an executive at Quibi with also the person to put The State on the air in this early ‘90s at MTV.
He also put Viva Variety on the air at Comedy Central also put Reno 911! On the air at Comedy Central. It seems that Doug has sorted of shepherding Reno 911! For the entire life. After that Doug then went to Quibi and he’s like, “Why don’t you do a new Reno 911? The shows are going to be 10 minutes long. That’s perfect for you guys. Just do it.’ We’re like, ‘Yeah, great, Sure.’”
Reno 911! Defunded: Release Date
This series will debut on the Roku Channel on 25th February.
Here is the trailer
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