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Netflix Just Renewed Dead End: Paranormal Park For Second Season

Netflix Just Renewed Dead End: Paranormal Park For Second Season

Netflix Just Renewed Dead End: Paranormal Park For Second Season

The trans-led animated series is coming back just in time for spooky season.


Fans of the Netflix series, Dead End: Paranormal Park, we have some great news: Not only has the charming trans-led series been renewed for a second season, the wait for new episodes is coming to an end even sooner than you could’ve hoped.

Gayming Magazine broke the news that the animated show, based on Hamish Steele’s horror-comedy graphic novels DeadEndia and web short Dead End, returns on Netflix on Oct. 13. That’s perfect timing for all of your Halloween marathon needs.

Dead End: Paranormal Park follows two teens — Barney and Norma — and their talking dog, Pugsley. It’s quickly become both a fan and critical darling, the series has a 100% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Zach Barack voices Barney Guttman, a trans boy and Kody Kavitha plays Norma Khan, an autistic Pakistani-American girl. These two applied for summer jobs at a haunted house theme park without knowing that it’s actually haunted. The identities of the two main characters are close to home for Steele since he’s also queer and autistic.

Other voice talents on the series include Alex Brightman as Pugsley, Emily Osment as Courtney (a demon), Clinton Leupp as Pauline Phoenix, Kenny Tran as Logan aka “Logs”, Kathreen Khavari as Badyah aka “Deathslide,” and Tucker Chandler as Patrick Guttman.

Miss Coco Peru, the drag persona of actor Clinton Leupp, tweeted out the “great news” about the second season as well, making it feel more than official.

“This October there will be more ghouls, more demons, and sweet little ol’ Pauline Phoenix!,” she wrote alongside the announcement.

Steele, who not only created the original novels but is also an executive producer on the series, gave a little hint at what fans can look forward to in the upcoming season.

“Season 2 continues the adventures of Barney, Norma, Pugsley, and Courtney as they become Phoenix Park’s official Demon Clean-Up Crew,” they told Gayming Magazine. “But the gang will learn that demons aren’t the only thing lurking beyond Dead End’s elevator when they come face to face with the mysterious Angels.”

He shared that there will be 10 episodes and the gang will have to “face enemies old and new” including “the revenge of Pauline Phoenix.” He ominously said that “not everyone might make it out alive…” so do with that what you will.

Dead End: Paranormal Park premieres on Netflix on Oct. 13.

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