Netflix’s Videogame Inspired ‘The Cuphead Show’ Takes Us To The Carn’Evil’ – Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Synopsis, And More

Netflix’s Videogame Inspired ‘The Cuphead Show’ Takes Us To The Carn’Evil’ – Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Synopsis, And More

Netflix dropped the trailer of The Cuphead Show on January 18th, 2022. Seven months after the first look of the show, Netflix officially announced that the show will hit the streaming platform the next month, and take us to fresh adventures of Cuphead and his trusty drink-holding brother, Mugman.

The show was inspired by Studio MDHR’s retro-style animated video game and created by Chad and Jared Moldenhauer, who described the show as, “character-driven comedy series following the unique misadventures of lovable, impulsive scamp Cuphead and his cautious but easily swayed brother Mugman.”

Here’s everything we know about Netflix’s new-animated television show, The Cuphead Show.

The Cuphead Show release date

The upcoming animated show will launch on Netflix on February 18th, 2022, comprises 12 episodes with each episode of 12-minutes. Moreover, The show had a premiere at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival in June 2020, on a special theatrical release.

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The cast of The Cuphead Show

The voice cast of the show includes:

  • Tru Valentino as Cuphead
  • Frank Todaro as Mugman
  • Luke Millington Drake as the Devil
  • Joe Hanna as Elder Kettle
  • Grey Griffin as Ms. Chalice
  • Wayne Brady as King Dice
  • The trailer

What is the show about?

The plot of the show follows the mischievous yet lovable Cuphead and his extra attentive brother, Magnum as they roam the entire Inkwell Isles in search of fun and adventure. The show has a retro-animation style.

The Cuphead game was released back in 2017. The action video game with visuals and humor inspired by the cartoons of the 1930s was very popular among gamers. Furthermore, it also won the best debut indie game and best independent video game at the Game Awards in 2017.

However, the show differs greatly from the game. It does not wipe the player by repaying the debt owed by the devil. Whereas the show will focus more on the adventures and thrills that may or may not be hijacked by some devilish deeds by the Devil.

Emmy and Annie Award-winning producer, Dave Wasson and the co-executive producer Cosmo Segurson will produce the Netflix animation show together.

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