From executive producer Daniel Tosh, Brickleberry will soon be joining the small but steady stable of Comedy Central animated comedies which already includes award winners South Park and Futurama. Created and written by Waco O'Guin and Roger Black, the upcoming series follows a group of dysfunctional forest rangers as they rally around a new leader to try to keep their national park from foreclosure.

Here's the first preview of Brickleberry (what I believe is the opening scene of the premiere), where we not only get a solid glimpse of the type of humor we should expect from the series but an introduction to "nature in all its majesty."

Welcome to Brickleberry indeed. The preview was pretty much a one-note gag, but if you find animals having sex funny then that clip, and perhaps the show, is for you! I'll admit, while I didn't find the overall preview that enticing, the moose on moose action made me chuckle. Perhaps, it's the Canadian in me. Tosh isn't just the executive producer but he also voices the part of Malloy, a tiny brown bear cub who hangs out with the rangers (and from the the looks of the released pics), is anything but happy about that fact) played by David Herman, Tom Kenny and Jerry Minor.

Herman is probably best known for his part as Michael Bolton in Office Space) but he and SpongeBob SquarePants himself, Kenny, also do a lot of work for Futurama. Minor was the co-star of Louis C.K's first series Lucky Louie but I prefer his cameos on Community as Jerry the Janitor. Brickleberry premieres on September 25 at 10 p.m. ET on Comedy Central. The series was created and written by Waco O'Guin and Roger Black.

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