solar opposites already cleared its trickiest business last month, announcing that Dan Stevens would be voicing Korvo — taking over after Hulu cut ties with Justin Roiland — and releasing a clip that offered a sci-fi reason why the character suddenly sounded so different. Now we have a full trailer for the show’s fourth season.
Solar opposites | Season 4 Trailer | Hulu
Created by Roiland and Mike McMahan, and produced by McMahan and Josh Bycel, solar opposites follows four aliens who arrive on Earth after the destruction of their own planet and find it either delicious or repulsive, depending on who you ask. The show also has fairly detailed subplots that follow the tiny humans that populate an anthill-like society stuck in the wall of the aliens’ suburban home; last season also introduced the Silvercops, an intergalactic police force that’s ready for more side quests this season.
The official synopsis hints at what to expect, as does the trailer: “On the fourth season of solar opposites, we pack up sci-fi and go normal…for a second. Then it’s back to classic Solar mayhem, mayhem in the Wall, and all-new Silvercops adventures! Also, road trips, rockin’ out, bizarre battle scenes, mummies, and asshole excitement. Who cares that there’s a new voice in this strange found family?
The main cast includes newcomer Stevens (as Korvo), Sean Giambrone (Yumyulack), Thomas Middleditch (Terry) and Mary Mack (Jesse), with a strong guest cast including Tiffany Haddish, Christina Hendricks, Sterling K. Brown, Kieran Culkin and many more.
The 11 episodes of solar opposites season four arrives August 14; there will also be a Valentine’s Day special—keeping the tradition going after the solar opposites Christmas and Halloween specials from past years – coming out in 2024.
Watch the show: Hulu
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