ByCraig Whyel, writer at
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Craig Whyel

Millions of fans of the Canadian cult favorite can rejoice as new episodes are coming soon.

For those who are unfamiliar, Trailer Park Boys is a north of the border ribald mockumentary about a trio of lifelong friends, Julian, Ricky and Bubbles, whose lives in a Nova Scotia trailer park revolve around buffoonish moneymaking schemes that always involve pot, thievery and, sometimes, violence.

The end results entail squabbling with trailer park management and Canadian law enforcement. Incarceration is, more or less, seen as an occupational hazard.

If you don’t mind “R”-rated entertainment and you like to laugh, Trailer Park Boys might be for you.

All of the previous seasons, three feature films and a number of special shows are all available on Netflix.

A recently released promo of the new season (shot last year) shows the guys facing new challenges when the trailer park is turned into a retirement community.

In addition to being the most popular sitcom in Canadian TV history, Trailer Park Boys is watched in a number of countries.

They also perform live comedy show tours in a number of countries in Canada, the US, the UK and Europe.

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They do not work and play well with others...

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