From "Brickleberry" creators Roger Black and Waco O'Guin comes this adult animated comedy about a backwater Southern-fried police department.
At 18, Kevin Crawford finally gets a shot at joining the police force run by his dad, just as a new drug dubbed "argyle meth" hits the streets.
Bullet finds fame and glory in an underground dogfighting ring, and Chief Crawford butts heads with his biggest rival on a maddening homicide case.
At Gina's insistence, Fitz starts carrying a gun -- and ignites a national media scandal. Shipped off to a nursing home, Hopson uncovers a conspiracy.
When Kevin's mom buys him a sleek new talking police car, it's love at first sight. Bullet turns Dusty into a fried-chicken kingpin.
When Preacher Paul ropes the cops into his war against a "satanic cult" of D&D players, Bullet makes a move on the preacher's virtuous daughter.
After finding a clue to her past, Gina sets out on a quest for revenge and bonds with her long-lost family -- leaving Paradise without a tough cop.
While Kevin and his dad face off in the police academy Coptathalon, Bullet runs the station and Dusty helps Hopson take care of unfinished business.
The hunt for the argyle meth mastermind leads Kevin and his task force to the circus. A cash-strapped Dusty auctions off his virginity on the dark web.
Kevin's plan to reunite his family backfires in a big way. After seeing his DNA test results, Dusty vows to stop the town's Thanksgiving parade.
As Dusty scrambles to get Paradise ready for a visit from Santa, Kevin races to root out the traitor on the force.