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'Sausage Party' is giving us a 'hole season' of a brand new sequel series

'Sausage Party' is giving us a 'hole season' of a brand new sequel series

Sausage Party Movie Characters
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Who's hungry for more Sausage Party!?

Ready for seconds?

A new sequel series to the 2016 animated adult comedy Sausage Party is coming, so get your appetite ready.

In 2016, Seth Rogan produced, co-wrote, and starred in the raunchy comedy Sausage Party as Frank, a hot dog in a grocery store who wants to be bought so that he can unite with his hot dog bun girlfriend and go to the "Great Beyond."

Throughout the film, he goes on a journey realizing that the "Great Beyond" was made up, and when food is bought from the store, it gets eaten and they die.

Now, Rogan is making a new spinoff series called Sausage Party: Foodtopia.

Several members of the original cast are returning, including Rogan as Frank, Kristen Wiig as his hot dog bun love interest Brenda Bunson, Michael Cera as another sausage named Barry, and David Krumholtz as Kareem Abdul Lavash and Edward Norton as Sammy Bagel Jr., a middle eastern lavash and a bagel who have a rivalry.

New characters will be played by Will Forte, Natasha Rothwell, Sam Richardson, and Yassir Lester.

It currently seems as though Salma Hayek's lesbian taco character Teresa Del Taco and Twink, the gay Twinkie, will not be returning for the new series. However, with all the absurdity and sex that happens, we're pretty sure there will be some new queer food in the show.

It also seems as though Kareem Abdul Lavash and Sammy Bagel Jr. might have larger roles in the series. While they were rivals and antagonistic towards each other throughout the original film, they ended up making out during the final orgy scene.

Sausage Party: Foodtopia premieres on Prime Video on July 11.
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Mey Rude

Mey Rude is a journalist and cultural critic who has been covering queer news for a decade. The transgender, Latina lesbian lives in Los Angeles with her fiancée.

Mey Rude is a journalist and cultural critic who has been covering queer news for a decade. The transgender, Latina lesbian lives in Los Angeles with her fiancée.