American animated adult comedy ‘Close Enough’ is a creation of J.G. Quintel for HBO Max. Everyone is eagerly waiting for the release of the series. The series took for about three years for its release and is now arriving on HBO Max. The streaming service dropped the trailer on Thursday, which is increasing the excitement.
The American-animated ‘Close Enough’ was initially expected to air on the Warner Media-owned TBS IN 2017. The first season of the show will contain a total of 20 episodes. The series has been produced by Cartoon Network Studios.
Who Is In The Cast Of Close Enough Season 1?
The main cast of ‘Close Enough’ season 1 includes
J.G. Quintel (Josh)
Gabrielle Walsh (Emily)
James Adomian (Randy)
Kimiko Glenn (Bridgette)
Jessica DiCicco (Candice)
Jason Mantzoukas (Alex)
Danielle Brooks (Pearle)
When Is The Series Going To Release?
Close Enough was originally expected to release on the Warner Media-owned TBS in the year 2017. The show will now be aired on the streaming service HBO Max on July 9, 2020. Everyone is eagerly waiting for the release.
Here Is All About The Production Team
The show has been created by the Emmy –winning and cartoon network “Regular Show” creator J.G. Quintel. The voice cast of the team is extremely talented, which includes Quintel, Gabrielle Walsh, Jessica DiCicco, James Adomian, and Danielle Brooks. The producer of the show is Cartoon Network Studios.
Is There Any Trailer Of ‘Close Enough’?
The answer to this question is a ‘YES.’ HBO Max has dropped the trailer of the series before its release. The trailer shows a story that is a blend of young family life, domestic chaos, adult life, and the occasional stripper clown.
What Is The Plot Of ‘Close Enough’?
The story is a surreal animated adult comedy that follows a married couple, their daughter, who is of 5 years, and their two divorced best friends who are also their roommates. They all are living on the east coast of Los Angeles. They are going through a changing phase of life where they are moving from their young twenties to thirty’s when life is about growing up but not about growing old. The couple is going through all the challenges of life that are parenthood, friendship, ham theft, stripper clowns, and selecting the right daycare. Their lives are not perfect but it’s close enough.