'SuperMansion' exclusive sneak peek shows American Ranger and Soviet Slayer going head to head

An exclusive sneak peek shared with MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) reveals the two fighters battle it out for the reputations of their countries

                            'SuperMansion' exclusive sneak peek shows American Ranger and Soviet Slayer going head to head
Bryan Cranston from Supermansion (Source : Getty Images)

'SuperMansion' drops new episodes May 9 of its third season (episodes 315 to 320), and here's an exclusive sneak peek of the Emmy-nominated stop-motion animated comedy which will give you a major hint on what to expect; a fight, obviously, United States vs. Russia. American Ranger vs. Soviet Slayer.


The synopsis of the new episodes reads: "To defeat Debbie Devizo (Minnie Driver), Titanium Lex (Jillian Bell) was forced to unleash the insect side she inherited from her mother, Frau Mantiss. Warned in the future that this would lead to a dystopian future, she asks Robobot (Zeb Wells) and Dr. Devizo (Chris Pine) for help curing her. When Sgt. Agony (Keegan-Michael Key) tries to intervene, Lex is set free...left on her own to battle her demons. Can the League team up with friend and foe alike (including an uncooperative Debbie Devizo) to save Lex from herself? And if they can, will all of them be left standing?"

The voice-actors including Bryan Cranston, Keegan-Michael Key (Key & Peele), Chris Pine (Star Trek), Jillian Bell (22 Jump Street), Heidi Gardner (Saturday Night Live), Tucker Gilmore (Frozen) and Zeb Wells (Robot Chicken) will all return in the new episodes. Returning guest stars include Minnie Driver (Speechless), Breckin Meyer, Yvette Nicole Brown (Community), Gary Anthony Williams, Tony Cavalero (School of Rock) and Tom Root (Robot Chicken), along with newcomers Patty Guggenheim, Maria Bamford and Dan Stevens.

'SuperMansion' is created by Zeb Wells and Matthew Senreich (Robot Chicken), who also act as executive producers under their production company Stoopid Buddy Stoodios alongside Seth Green, John Harvatine IV, Eric Towner and Tom Root.  Bryan Cranston and James Degus also serve as executive producers under their production banner Moonshot Entertainment. The series is distributed by Sony Pictures Television Inc.

All six new episodes of season 3 will be available for streaming on Sony Crackle from May 9.