If you’ve ever watched an episode of Paradise PD on Netflix, you might be completely confused about any post-apocalyptic connection, but the hyper-raunchy adult animated comedy series has just revealed a trailer for its third season, and there’s definitely some end-of-the-world stuff going on there.
Paradise PD is the creation of Waco O’Guin and Roger Black, who also created a similar animated series called Brickleberry in 2012. Paradise PD is based around an incompetent small-town police department that finds itself in all kinds of trouble dealing with the weirder side of life. It’s one of those shows that you either love or despise, much in the same tradition of Family Guy or Bojack Horseman.
The amount of times I watch over Paradise PD is insane 🥺🥺
— 🦦 (@_meazzy) February 5, 2021
IGN’s Jesse Schedeen called the series “simplistic and derivative, but also aggressive enough that it’s sure to score some laughs along the way” while a reviewer on Rotten Tomatoes calls the second season “definitely more well-rounded because of its tighter story, good performances, generally entertaining tone, and slightly sharper jokes, but it still isn’t funny or clever enough to pass as anything but a time-waster.”
UBELIEVEABLE! I AM SO EXCITED TO SEE THE NEW SEASON OF PARADISE PD! 😄😆🤣😍🤩
— ジョンブリスコー (@JohnB206196) February 11, 2021
While the polarizing series was originally poorly received by critics when it launched in 2018, Netflix quickly picked it up for two more seasons. This third season is said to be a second half of the events of season two (that ended in a nuclear bomb drop) and will be released on March 12, 2012 exclusively on Netflix.