Eric Andre is Destroying His Set Again in the Season 5 Eric Andre Show Trailer

The new season of The Eric Andre Show premieres October 25.

In recent weeks, Adult Swim announced the official release date for Season 5 of the critically-acclaimed The Eric Andre Show. On Wednesday, the network dropped the first official trailer for the upcoming season. Stream the chaotic trailer below.

This time around, a star-studded list of guests like Anderson .Paak, Lil Yachty, Joey Bada$$, Big Freedia and more join Eric Andre and his co-host Hannibal Buress. Lakeith Stanfield will reportedly make a guest appearance, as well as Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin.

Andre appears to be back up to his old tricks from the trailer, destroying his own set and doing his best to harass his guests.

The last season of the show premiered in 2016 after two years out of production. In the meantime, Eric Andre has made appearances at both the Republican and Democratic National Convention. Last summer, he made a surprise appearance in the video for Freddie Gibbs and Madlib‘s “Half Manne Half Cocaine.”

This past June, his first stand-up special Legalize Everything premiered on Netflix. His hidden-camera prank film Bad Trip, co-starring Tiffany Haddish and Lil Rel, was scheduled to premiere this year before the COVID-19 pandemic forced studios around the entertainment industry to postpone production.

If you haven’t seen the show thus far, the first four seasons of The Eric Andre Show are available to stream on Adult Swim, Hulu, and Amazon Prime video. Previous seasons include guest appearances from Danny Brown, A$AP Rocky, Killer Mike, and more.

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