An all-new episode of Sony Crackle’s Emmy®-nominated stop-motion animated adult comedy series,
“SuperMansion” is now available to stream for free. In episode 304, “Iliga Of Their Own,” Ivan Whiff (Nat Faxon) returns to help the League refurnish their Mansion with items from his Swedish Furniture store. While Whiff tries to recruit Robobot (Zeb Wells) onto his new team, Black Saturn (Tucker Gilmore) tries to lure Bugula (Jordan Peele) into a hero/nemesis relationship.
In season three of “SuperMansion,” the lunatics get the keys to the asylum when Dr. Devizo (Chris Pine) is declared a hero after “saving the world” at the end of last season. He and the Injustice Club are all made honorary members of the League of Freedom. The heroes and villains must learn to live and work together if they’re going to combat the never-ending amount of evil in the world.
Sony Crackle recently launched an official “SuperMansion” Giphy page where fans can post their favorite GIFS from the show.
“SuperMansion” stars Bryan Cranston (“Breaking Bad”), Keegan-Michael Key (“Key & Peele”), Chris Pine (“Star Trek”), Jillian Bell (“22 Jump Street”), Yvette Nicole Brown (“Community”), Heidi Gardner (“Saturday Night Live”), Tucker Gilmore (“Frozen”) and Zeb Wells (“Robot Chicken” and also writer). Breckin Meyer (“Clueless”) will also return as Courtney and Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Minnie Driver (“Speechless”) will have a recurring role on the upcoming season.
“SuperMansion” is created by Zeb Wells and Matthew Senreich, who also act as executive producers under their production company Stoopid Buddy Stoodios alongside Seth Green, John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner. Bryan Cranston and James Degus also serve as executive producers under their production banner Moonshot Entertainment. The series is directed by Nick Simotas (“Back at the Barnyard”) and distributed by Sony Pictures Television Inc.
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