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Has Let’s Be Real been cancelled? Is Let’s Be Real renewed for the 2021-2022 season?
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Status: Renewed for Season 2
Let’s Be Real Series Information:
JUST BECAUSE THE ELECTION IS OVER, DOESN'T MEAN THE STRINGS WILL STOP BEING PULLED...
AMERICA'S FAVORITE COMEDIC STIMULUS PACKAGE, "LET'S BE REAL," IS BACK WITH ALL-NEW EPISODES THIS SPRING ON FOX!
Executive-produced by Robert Smigel ("Triumph The Insult Comic Dog"), FOX's satirical-puppet series, "LET'S BE REAL," returns with four all-new episodes, and all-new puppets, beginning Thursday, April 29 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX
Following last fall's comedy special, LET'S BE REAL returns to FOX this spring with all-new episodes beginning Thursday, April 29 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT). Executive-produced and written by Robert Smigel ("Triumph The Insult Comic Dog"), the new series will debut new puppets from the worlds of entertainment and politics, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senator Ted Cruz, Kim Kardashian and LeBron James. Previously featured puppets, such as President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, former President Donald J. Trump, Former Vice President Mike Pence and Kanye West, also will appear, as the satirical comedy series will cover politics and pop culture in 2021 through topical sketches, celebrity cameos and remote pieces.
LET'S BE REAL is produced by FOX Alternative Entertainment and Propagate Content. Robert Smigel serves as writer and executive producer on the series. Anna Wenger is an executive producer on behalf of FOX Alternative Entertainment; Ben Silverman, Howard T. Owens, Kevin Healy and Greg Lipstone are executive producers on behalf of Propagate Content; Gerald-Brice Viret for Canal+; while Arnaud Renard and Matthieu Porte of Can't Stop Media also executive-produce. Brian Reich and Andrew Weinberg serve as writers and co-Executive Producers. LET'S BE REAL is based on the Canal+ format, "Les Guignols."
While in puppet form, the actual celebrities and political figures mentioned in this announcement are not associated with LET'S BE REAL.