"Dead End: Paranormal Park" the animated series from June 16, 2022 on Netflix
Dead End: Paranormal Park is an animated fantasy horror series streaming on Netflix from author Hamish Steele, based on the graphic novel series DeadEndia by Steele and Cartoon Hangover 's Too Cool! cartoons on the web of Dead End. Produced by Blink Industries, the series premiered on June 16, 2022. A second season will premiere on October 13, 2022.
The series follows the adventures of Barney and Norma, the new employees in a theme park of a haunted house that is actually inhabited by ghosts. The pair are joined by Barney's dog, Pugsley, and Courtney, a millennial demon. Together they take on zombies, game hosts and witches.
Barney Guttman, a 17-year-old gay Jewish transgender boy who works as a security guard at the park. Due to family tensions, he decides to live in the haunted house. He has a crush on Logan "Logs" Nguyen.
Norm Khan, an autistic Pakistani-American girl who works in the haunted house with Barney. It is later revealed that she has a crush on Badyah. Series creator Hamish Steele claims that she is attracted to multiple genders, presumably bisexual, and that because Steele is autistic too, she has incorporated her own personal experiences into the character of Norma.
pugsley, Barney's pug. As a result of being possessed by a demon king named Temeluchus, he can speak and possess magical abilities.
Temeluco. After a failed attempt to possess Barney, part of his spirit resides in Pugsley.
Courtney, a millennial demon. He has been banished from his home by the angels and hopes to find a way back. He initially lures Barney and Norma to the park to be possessed by Temeluchus when he promises to allow her to return, but then hires and befriends humans.
Pauline Phoenix, a famous actress who owns Phoenix Parks.
Logan "Logs" Nguyen, Barney's love interest and a health and safety officer at the park. He is Vietnamese-American.
Badyah “Deathslide” Hassan, Norma's love interest. She is Iranian-American and Muslim.
Josh, a park security guard.
Patrick Guttman, Barney's younger brother.
Images Dead End: Paranormal Park
Gender: Dark Fantasy, Horror Comedy,
Author: Hamish Steele
Based on Hamish Steele's Dead Endia
Dead End part of Too Cool! Cartoons from A cartoon hangover
Regia Liz Whitaker
Voice actors: Zach Barack, Kody Kavitha, Alex Brightman, Emily Osment
Clinton Leupp, Kenny Tran, Kathreen Khavari
Music: Giuliano Guidetti
Country of origin: United Kingdom, United States
Original language English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
Executive producers: Hamish Steele, James Stevenson Bretton, Tom Stuart
Producer Jen Coatsworth
Editor Joseph Rowe
Duration 26 31-minute
Production company: Blink Industries
Publication: Netflix original network
Exit date June 16, 2022 - present
The official trailer for Dead End: Paranormal Park ! The new 2D animated series will bring demonic mixes, friendship and terrifying fun (not to mention an adorable possessed pug) to Netflix. Out.com previewed the preview, which you can check out below.
Plot: Based on Hamish Steele's horror comedy graphic novels Dead Endia and on the web short film Dead End , Dead End: Paranormal Park follows the adventures of Barney, Norma and the magical talking dog Pugsley, as they balance their summer jobs in the haunted theme park. home while battling the totally real supernatural forces that dwell within it. Along with their multiplane guide to the underworld, a sardonic millennial demon named Courtney, they will take on zombie mascots, demonic game hosts, sleep-sucking witches, and scariest of all: their first crushes!
Produced by Blink Industries, with Steele taking on the role of showrunner, the series will also feature a special musical episode featuring songs written by Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump.
Dead End: Paranormal Park is voiced by cast members Zach Barack, Kody Kavitha, Emily Osment, Alex Brightman, Clinton Leupp (aka Miss Coco Peru), Kenny Tran and Kathreen Khavari.
Guest stars include Alan Cumming, Angelica Ross, Crystal Nelson, Kemah Bob, MJ Roridguez, Patrick Stump, Sam Jay, Taylor “Effy” Gibson, Tom Lenk, Z Infante and more…