Letterkenny Drops International Women’s Day Episode Trailer and Clips

Hulu debuts new clips and a teaser trailer for its Letterkenny International Women's Day special just hours ahead of dropping the full episode.

Hulu released two new clips and a teaser trailer for its Letterkenny International Women’s Day special just hours ahead of dropping the full special online.

The first two clips posted on the streaming platform’s official YouTube page depicted characters from the show explaining why they admire actor Kim Cattrall and singer Celine Dion, respectively. In the clip centered on Sex and the City alum Cattrall, “Squirrely” Dan (K. Trevor Wilson) mentions the actor’s many accomplishments and explains to a panel of his peers, “So, even though I personally identifies as a Charlottes, Kim Catralls, uses a womans that I admires.”

The second clip from the special clocks in at just over one minute long and depicts Roald (Evan Stern) telling the same panel that he admires Canadian singer Celine Dion. “What I admire most about her is that she, like me, fell in love with someone that her peers considered unconventional,” he explains. “But she, like me, followed her heart and ignored the judgment and the criticism and their love flourished until the very end.” Roald also points out the fact Dion is beloved by both Canadians and the English, concluding that she “plays for both teams.”

The third clip from the special serves as a teaser trailer and includes a snippet of Roald’s speech about Dion, as well as reveals the presentations made by him and “Squirrely” Dan are part of a bigger exercise put together by Professor Tricia. The teaser also explains the special will find the ladies of Letterkenny celebrating International Women’s Day by competing in an anti-beauty pageant, with the winner being crowned Miss MoDean-iality.

Created by Jared Keeso, Letterkenny originally debuted as a YouTube web series titled Letterkenny Problems. The television adaptation debuted on Hulu in 2016 and follows the residents of Letterkenny, a fictional rural community in Ontario that’s loosely inspired by Keeso’s hometown of Listowel, Ontario. Season 10 of Letterkenny consisted of six episodes and was released in full on Christmas Day 2021.

While Hulu has yet to announce the premiere date for Season 11 of Letterkenny, the International Women’s Day special is being released nearly two months after the cast teased what fans can expect in the new season. Among other things, Jacob Tierney — who portrays Glen on the series — shared at the time, “You’ll see in Season 11 that I have two new jobs so that’s something to look forward to for next year — one of those is probably my favorite from next season.”

Written by Olivia Stadler & Allie Pearse & Jared Keeso, the Letterkenny International Women’s Day special premieres on Hulu on Tuesday, March 8. The first 10 seasons of Letterkenny are also available to stream now on Hulu.

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