Netflix ordered animated series ‘Chicago Party Aunt’, Lauren Ash will lead the voice cast

Netflix ordered animated series ‘Chicago Party Aunt’, Lauren Ash will lead the voice cast

Netflix has ordered the adult animated series “Chicago Party Aunt,” inspired by Chris Witaske’s Twitter record of a similar name.

Netflix has ordered 16 episodes of the half-hour series, with the initial eight scheduled to drop on Sept. 17. Lauren Ash will lead the voice cast in the role of Diane Dunbrowski, AKA The Chicago Party Aunt, as she remains consistent with her mantra “If life gives you lemons, turn that shit into Mike’s Hard Lemonade.”

Extra voice cast individuals include Rory O’Malley, RuPaul Charles, Jill Talley, Ike Barinholtz, Jon Barinholtz, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Katie Rich, and Witaske. Full character descriptions can be found underneath.

“Chicago Party Aunt” is made by Witaske, Jon Barinholtz, and Rich. Each of the three additionally fill in as leader makers alongside Ike Barinholtz and Dave Stassen of 23/34, Will Gluck and Richie Schwartz of Olive Bridge Entertainment, and Chris Prynoski, Antonio Canobbio, and Ben Kalina of Titmouse. Titmouse will likewise fill in as the liveliness studio on the series, with the organization presently creating the popular Netflix energized satire “Loud Mouth.” Matt Craig fills in as showrunner and executive producer.


Lauren Ash as Diane Dunbrowski. Diane has consistently been and consistently will be the energy everyone needs, in any event, when the gathering has since a long time ago been finished. Her total absence of adulting is consummately adjusted by her endearing personality and want to help other people. A stalwart Chicago avid supporter and general devotee of Italian meat to be washed down with a lot of Malort and beer, Diane would do anything for her city and keeps on living each day like it’s a 1980’s Styx visit transport.

Rory O’Malley as Daniel. Daniel stuns his family when he selects to forego Stanford for a “gap year” living in the city with his dearest Aunt Diane to track down his own way and sort out how he needs to manage his life. Daniel is gay and Diane is resolved to be his common divine helper who rescues him once again from his shell while he takes on assisting her with exploring the waters of the undeniably socially complex world around her.

RuPaul Charles as Gideon. Gideon intrudes on Diane’s accommodating work life by changing their nearby barbershop into a bougie, New York style salon called Borough. Gideon is totally out of place in Chicago however with a mentality. He’s the new supervisor around and not even Diane can impede him of taking a stab at the highest point of the business world, in spite of the fact that she sure realizes how to make his life more troublesome.

Jill Talley as Bonnie, A buttoned-up, type-A, control freak, Bonnie enjoys in the better things in life having abandoned the regular neighborhood on the south side of Chicago where she and her more older, carefree sister Diane were raised. As the mother to her valuable Daniel, she battles to extricate the reins while Daniel contradicts some common norms in his hole year, yet no doubt about it, there isn’t anything she would not accomplish for her family.

Ike Barinholtz as Mark, the milquetoast spouse to the harsh and snobbish Bonnie, Mark is the best, dorkiest, most unadventurous rural white male who figures partying day in and day out would keep awake past ten or perhaps drinking a pop before bed.

Jon Barinholtz as Mikey. The child of Diane and Kurt, Mikey is the most delicate monster on the square. His height could best be illustrative of the size of his heart. Mindful and sweet, smart albeit not the most splendid bulb, Mikey really focuses such a great amount on both of his folks who may never start thinking responsibly.

Da’Vine Joy Randolph as Tina. Tina goes through her days working close by Zuzana, Gideon and Diane, when Diane really comes to work. Tina carries the ideal measure of disposition to hold Diane in line. Capable and brilliant, Tina is headed to keep her customer list long and her side hustles booming.

Katie Rich as Zuzana. Straight off the boat from Poland, Zuzana has been working close by Diane and Tina for quite a while at the salon, offering some lighthearted element while infusing her exceptionally remarkable Polish twist on present day Chicagoan situations. Her examinations are not normal for some other and keeping in mind that so not quite the same as Tina and Diane, some way or another they all function admirably together.

Chris Witaske as Kurt. A dedicated TSA specialist, Diane’s second time ex-husband has had it with Diane lastly moved out and finished things apparently for great. Kurt will consistently have a soft spot for his ex-wife.

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