Eleven years after the bumbling, incompetent, new boot goofin' sheriffs of Reno 911! turned in their badges, the gang is returning for a seventh season, which will include an appearance by "Weird Al" Yankovic as Ted Nugent.The Comedy Central mockumentary-style series, which was canceled in 2009 after six seasons of debauchery, mishandled crime scenes, and Terry, has been revived by the new subscription streaming service Quibi, and is set to debut on Monday, May 4 with new episodes each day.
Finally, some good news in the world - after an 11-year hiatus, one of the funniest shows of all time is BACK! The new season of Reno 911 begins streaming on @Quibi on May 4. (Oh, and I show up at one point as Ted Nugent.) pic.twitter.com/q2IO5T8IDD— Al Yankovic (@alyankovic) April 30, 2020
Losing my fucking MIND at this Quibi show where actual Emmy winner Rachel Brosnahan plays a woman obsessed with her golden arm pic.twitter.com/rSfqCv75SG— Zach Raffio (@zachraffio) April 15, 2020
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