The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs Renewed For Season 6 at Shudder

Shudder has renewed ‘The Last Drive-in with Joe Bob Briggs’ for a sixth season, something that is sure to make the fans of the variety series extremely happy. The production of the sixth installment of the show has already begun in Georgia. Created by Joe Bob Briggs, Austin Jennings, and Matt Manjourides, the series makes use of the stellar presenting skills of Joe Bob Briggs, who presents his choice of highly entertaining horror movies to the viewers. He is joined as a host by Diana Prince, appearing as Darcy the Mail Girl.

Though the showrunners have yet to disclose what horror movies will be a part of the sixth season, history indicates that the experience will certainly be unforgettable thanks to the insights that Briggs shares during the show. It is also not unknown for various guests to join the two hosts in order to entertain the viewers. Considering that Lori Cardille, Terry Alexander, and Jarlath Conroy were seen as guests in the season 5 finale when their 1985 movie ‘Day of the Dead’ was featured in the show, it is no wonder that the expectations for the upcoming season 6 are pretty high.

That said, the Shudder series has been gaining popularity since its premiere in 2018 and will likely gain more fans come season 6. After all, there are very few people who can weave hilarious rants out of terrifying scenes like Briggs. Additionally, the inside stories that he shares about fan-favorite movies always leave the public on edge about what else he might reveal the next time he appears on our television with yet another entertaining episode of ‘The Last Drive-in with Joe Bob Briggs.’

Given the highly successful career Briggs had as the host of ‘Joe Bob’s Drive-in Theater’ from 1986 to 1996, as well as his impressive tenure as one of the presenters of ‘MonsterVision,’ it is no wonder that his ongoing Shudder series is also receiving so much love from the viewers. If nothing else, those interested in the horror genre will likely always appreciate the insight that the critic has provided for several decades.

Not the Funeral Home is the production house that has been behind the making of ‘The Last Drive-in with Joe Bob Briggs’ since the very start. The company is well-known for its work within the world of horror. Some of its most popular projects include ‘Eight Eyes,’ ‘The Puppetman,’ and ‘Street Trash.’

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