Since no new episodes of the Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Stone Quackers TV shows have aired since the middle of 2015, it was pretty clear FXX had cancelled the animated series. Now we have confirmation that both shows are over, at least for now. Deadline reports no new episodes are being produced for the Animation Domination High-Def (or ADHD) programming block, which originally debuted FOX.
That said, FX Networks CEO John Landgraf told the news outlet, “We have access to the ADHD library. Some of these shows may air on FXX over time, and it’s possible we may commission subsequent cycles of one or more of these shows. A number of them were quite good.” Keith Lucas and Kenneth Lucas created Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and, along with Jerrod Carmichael, voiced the main characters. Stone Quackers comes from creator Ben Jones, who voiced the character, Barf. The voice cast also includes Heather Lawless, Clay Tatum, Whitmer Thomas, John C. Reilly, and Budd Diaz.
Stone Quackers ran for one season on FXX from October 2014 to July 2015. Set on the fictional Cheeseburger Island, the series features the misadventures of Whit (Thomas) and Clay (Tatum), and friends Barf and Dottie (Lawless), as well as Officer Barry (Reilly), and neighborhood kid Bug (Diaz).
Lucas Bros. Moving Co. premiered on FOX in November of 2013, but eventually moved to FXX. The series features identical twin brothers who run a moving company out of their van. The show was inspired by the creators’ experience as cable television installers.
What do you think? Were you a fan of the Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Stone Quackers TV shows? Should they have gotten additional seasons on FXX? Sound off, in the comments.