Netflix Adds ‘Trailer Park Boys’ To Original Programming Lineup

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Netflix has announced the acquisition of the popular Trailer Park Boys franchise to their growing lineup of original programming.

According to an article on The Verge, Trailer Park Boys is being revived by Netflix for two new seasons, with the first slated to air before the end of 2014. The previous seasons of the show, as well as the two feature length films that followed, will also be added in the months ahead.

Trailer Park Boys was a gigantic hit in Canada, but its run originally concluded in 2007. Fan outcry lead to the release of a feature film, and the success of that launched a sequel. The new seasons will feature at least ten new episodes each, so fans can expect several hours of new material to become available in the years ahead.

“There’s no other trio quite like Julian, Ricky and Bubbles, and we’re thrilled to be the new home for these beloved hellraisers,” said Sean Carey, Netflix’s vice president of content acquisition, in a statement.

For those who have never seen the show before, Trailer Park Boys is a mockumentary style series that follows the antics of a group of residents living at Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Nova Scotia. The new episodes on Netflix will supposedly at a few new twists as well: Ricky has apparently hidden an “enormous weed crop” in the walls of his trailer, Julian has managed to open a bar and gym inside his own trailer, and Bubbles is hoping to establish a “Shed and Breakfast” business.

You can view the first nine seasons of Trailer Park Boys right now on Netflix. Might as well clear your weekend and start binging now.

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