The new season of Tony Hale’s hit series Archibald’s Next Big Thing is Here! debuts on Peacock this July 15 — and have we got some exciting news for fans! DreamWorks Animation, which produces the show, is giving Parentology readers a peek at the Archibald’s Next Big Thing Season 3 trailer, as well as an exclusive clip called “Kiddy Korral” featuring guest star Melissa Villaseñor from Saturday Night Live.
Learn about the new season, watch the new trailer, and then check out the exclusive clip below.
Archibald’s Next Big Thing Season 3 Trailer
Join your favorite fun-loving chicken, Archibald Strutter, on a whole new batch of adventures in Crackridge. There’s no limit to where Archibald’s curiosity and up-for-anything attitude will take him — whether he’s trying out wedding planning, filling in for his hero Nitro Ned for a day, or accidentally reverse-aging his entire family into toddlers.
Along with his three siblings, Sage, Finly, and Loy — and his trusty sidekick, Bea — Archibald always manages to inspire everyone around him to live in the moment. Check out the Season 3 trailer, then watch the exclusive clip for Parentology readers below that.
Watch The Exclusive Clip
In the Kiddy Korral clip, Archibald gets into some trouble (followed by his unfortunate siblings) and they find themselves in the clink. See what
prison detention lock-up is like for these crazy characters in the clip below.
Archibald’s Next Big Thing is Here! was inspired by the critically-acclaimed children’s book, Archibald’s Next Big Thing. The book was created by Tony Hale (from Arrested Development and VEEP, and the man who voices Archibald) along with Tony Biaggne, Victor Huckabee, and Misty Manley.
The original animated series, Archibald’s Next Big Thing, ran on Netflix for two seasons (26 episodes), and the new series has been on Peacock. The six new episodes premiere July 15 and star:
● Tony Hale as “Archibald”
● Adam Pally as “Sage”
● Jordan Fisher as “Finly”
● Chelsea Kane as “Loy”
● Kari Wahlgren as “Bea”
● Rosamund Pike as “Narrator”
● Casey Wilson as “Wendi Powers”
This season’s guest cast includes:
● Melissa Villaseñor as “Hazel”
● Justin Long as “Mr. Skunkmeyer”