Reservation Dogs Trailer Previews New Comedy Series From Taika Waititi

By | July 16, 2021

FX has released the full Reservation Dogs trailer for Taika Waititi and Sterlin Harjo’s new coming-of-age comedy series, which is scheduled to make its debut on August 9 on FX and Hulu. The video, which you can check out below, begins with four Indigenous teenagers as they steal a truck full of chips in an effort to raise money for their dreams of going to California. It also features main quartet dealing with another group of young misfits ambushing them with paintball guns.

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Reservation Dogs is a coming-of-age comedy that will follow the story of four Native American teenagers in rural Oklahoma who spend their days committing crime… and fighting it. The series will be led by D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai (Creeped Out) as Bear, Devery Jacobs (American Gods) as Elora Danan, Paulina Alexis (Beans) as Willie Jack and newcomer Lane Factor as Cheese.

The series will also feature guest stars including Tamara Podemski, Zahn McClarnon, Macon Blair, Kirk Fox, Matty Cardarople, Dallas Goldtooth, Lil Mike and Funny Bone.

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Reservation Dogs is executive produced by Taika Watiti and Sterlin Harjo. It is also being produced by Garrett Basch through his Scott Rudin Productions banner.

Harjo has been directing films that primarily focuses on Native American people which are all set in his home state of Oklahoma. The series marks second collaboration between Waititi and FX, who are currently working together on the upcoming third season of What We Do in the Shadows.