It looks like there might be life after death for Aaron McGruder’s animated series, “The Boondocks.”  In an interview with Hot 103.5’s Jay Marzz, comedian John Witherspoon (aka ‘Granddad’) shared that he’s been in contact with McGruder and there will indeed be a fourth season.

“They’re going to do twenty shows instead of fifteen,” the voice of Robert Freeman said.

“The Boondocks” aired on the Cartoon Network from 2005-2010 and was notorious for its strong political and social commentary.  McGruder pulled no punches and along the way infuriated the likes of Rev. Al Sharpton, movie director Tyler Perry, and TV network B.E.T.  The show would go on to win the prestigious Peabody Award in 2006 for the Martin Luther King episode “Return of The King”, and an NAACP Image Award this past February for the “Fundraiser.”

If “The Boondocks” does return, we can only imagine the celebrities and politicians on McGruder’s hit list–this could shape up to be “The Boondocks” best season ever.

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