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May not be the proper place for this, but...
Koala Man comes from creator/executive producer Michael Cusack and Rick and Morty co-creator, Justin Roiland, is an executive producer. It is an eight episode animated series that will stream on Hulu on January 9, 2023.
The series follows Koala Man, a middle-aged dad, Kevin, and his not-so-secret identity, whose only superpower is a burning passion for following rules and snuffing out petty crime in the town of Dapto. Though it may seem like any other Australian suburb, forces of evil, both cosmic and man-made, lie in wait to pounce on unsuspecting Daptonians. Koala Man stands at the ready on a quest to clean up his hometown and often ropes his frustrated family into his adventures. He’ll do whatever it takes to defeat villainous masterminds, supernatural horrors, or worse: jerks who don’t take their rubbish bins down on the proper days.

Michael Cusack voices Kevin / Koala Man, a middle-aged dad who loves following the rules and fighting for the things he believes in.
Michael Cusack also voices Liam, Kevin's son. 

Sarah Snook voices Vicky, a school canteen lady, who thinks her husband Kevin is just going through a phase. While she tolerates Koala Man, she hopes Kevin will snap out of whatever bizarre mid-life crisis he’s going through. Vicky sincerely loves Kevin for his reliability, but now that his Koala Man duties are making him less reliable, Vicky’s questioning if settling down was the right choice.

Demi Lardner voices Alison, Liam’s 35-seconds-older twin sister, who has an almost sociopathic preoccupation with being popular. Ruthlessly intelligent, determined, and manipulative, Alison knows exactly how many followers you have on IG. She’s got a list of all the coolest kids and a plan to destroy them so she can rise the ranks. To do so, Alison tries to distance herself from Liam, Vicky, and Koala Man, staying laser-focused on becoming The Most Powerful Girl in School.
Hugh Jackman voices Big Greg, one of Dapto’s most popular residents and head of its Town Council. Big Greg has only known success. Formerly the host of Fishing Big with Big Greg - Australia’s third most popular fishing show - Big Greg has ridden his celebrity into a trusted position in Dapto. He is Kevin's direct supervisor.

Jemaine Clement voices principal Bazwell, a nerdy and caring mentor to Liam and an ineffectual dandy of a man, always poised to support the students of North Dapto High with a helpful anecdote or encouraging song lyric.

Rachel House voices Janine, Vicky’s friend and co-worker at the school canteen, and Louise, the proprietress of the bowling club who has a deep, and some would say inexplicable, attraction to Koala Man.

Jarrad Wright voices Spider, Kevin’s bogan best friend and neighbor who’s always down to help with a Koala Man mission, especially if someone needs to provide an illegal weapon to do so.

Miranda Otto voices Mindy, a sweet young koala cub with whom Koala Man shares a deep and mysterious connection. 

Hugo Weaving voices King Emudeus, the wise and noble monarch of Australia’s emus.

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