Third Season of Boondocks to Bounce Back in Early 2010

Aaron McGruder acclaimed and controversial animated series The Boondocks is slated to return to TV in early 2010. Variety reports that McGruder has been tweeting about the debut of the third season of his controversial show in early 2010.

The [adult swim] hit centers on two street-wise African American kids (Huey and Riley Freeman) who have been moved out of Chicago by their grandfather to live with him in the predominantly white fictional suburb of Woodcrest. Produced by McGruder’s Rebel Base Productions and Sony TV, the first two seasons consisted of 15 episodes each. The voice cast includes Regina King, John Witherspoon and Cedric Yarbrough. Ed Asner, Marion Ross, Snoop Dogg, Samuel Jackson, Donald Faison, Cee-Lo, Mos Deff and Busta Rhymes were some of the well-known guests in the first two seasons.