The Long-Awaited Comedy Series “Krapopolis” has a Date for its FOX Premiere

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By Aquaman

The long-awaited premiere date for Dan Harmon’s new series Krapopolis has been announced. It has taken a while but the long-awaited cartoon series from the co-creator of Rick & Morty is almost here.

According to a recent announcement from FOX, Krapopolis will make its formal premiere on Sunday, September 24, after the NFL doubleheader that is set for that evening. Before entering the network’s normal Animation Domination lineup on October 1, the first two episodes will be released.

The Perfect Ancient Greece Theme in Krapopolis

Krapopolis, which is set in Ancient Greece, follows a dysfunctional family of gods, mortals, and monsters as they try to run one of the earliest towns in the world. Of course, working with family is not always simple.

They must thus make an effort to avoid killing each other as they expand their new area. Tyrannis (Richard Ayoade), the human ruler, will encounter many Greek mythological characters along the road who engage in their fair share of bizarre scenarios.

The Long-Awaited Comedy Series "Krapopolis" has a Date for its FOX Premiere

Krapopolis was previously scheduled to premiere in 2022 and received a formal order to series in the same year. Even though the initial airing date was eventually moved (and then again), the series now has a September premiere date. FOX even gave fans a sneak peek at San Diego Comic-Con.

Despite the delays, FOX swiftly showed its confidence in the show and in Harmon by granting a double renewal until March 2023.

Jordan Young and Steve Levy, as well as Harmon, who executive produces, are responsible for the first season’s showrunning. Alex Rubens will direct the program in seasons two and three. Hannah Waddingham, Matt Berry, Pam Murphy, and Duncan Trussell are among the additional voice actors.