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|Running time||22 Minutes|
|Creator|| Roger Black|
|Starring|| David Herman|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Original channel||Comedy Central|
|Original run||September 25, 2012 – April 14, 2015|
|No. of series||3|
|No. of episodes||36 (List of episodes)|
Brickleberry is an American animated series produced by comedian Daniel Tosh and created by Roger Black and Waco O'Guin. It premiered on Comedy Central on September 25, 2012 with the episode Welcome to Brickleberry.
The show centers around Brickleberry, a failing state park with never-do-good park rangers. While the park rangers are not very good at their job, protagonist Steve Williams knows the park very well as he grew up dreaming to work there one day.
- David Herman as Steve Williams
- Kaitlin Olson as Ethel Anderson
- Daniel Tosh as Malloy
- Tom Kenny as Woody Johnson
- Roger Black as Connie Cunaman
- Jerry Minor as Denzel Jackson
Brickleberry earned mixed reviews for Season 1, but was not without fans. Critical reception became more positive after Season 1 and by that time earned a modern fanbase for the adult male demographic. Many TV critics complained that Brickleberry isn't worth watching since it was difficult to generate sympathy for the main cast due to their sloppy, offensive, grotesque or violent behaviors. Despite criticism of how simplistic and effortless the artwork and drawings looked, the humor and plot and voice acting / writing components were praised. Brickleberry fans protested that the show was better than Family Guy, a higher-budgeted show much better known by audiences in the United States that critics claimed was similar.
By the time Season 3 came and went, Brickleberry has maintained such a large fanbase that pre-orders for the comic book's first issue were sold out.