Ninja Is A Twitch Streamer To Die For In Duncanville [EXCLUSIVE CLIP]

Ninja Is A Twitch Streamer To Die For In Duncanville [EXCLUSIVE CLIP]

Screen Rant has an exclusive clip from the Duncanville season 3 premiere, guest starring Tyler “Ninja” Blevins.

Screen Rant has the distinct pleasure of presenting a clip from Duncanville season 3, which launches Sunday, May 1 on FOX. Not only that, but the clip from FOX’s hilarious comedy contains a guest star near and dear to our hearts: Ninja, AKA Tyler Blevins, who is currently one of the biggest personalities in online gaming.

After dipping his toe in both animation (with a role in Hotel Transylvania 4: Transformania) and live action (playing an alternate version of himself in Free Guy), Blevins was announced as a major part of Duncanville’s third season premiere. He continues to branch out from his humble beginnings as a competitive Halo 3 player, and fans can now delight in seeing him voice a character alongside stars like Amy Poehler (who created the series as well as voices its titular character) and Rashida Jones (who gives life to Duncan’s friend Mia).

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In the exclusive Duncanville clip that Screen Rant can now share, the episode’s incredible guest star Tyler “Ninja” Blevins proudly introduces Duncan and his friends to the secret lair on his private island, complete with a robot hologram who serves him (at least virtually). Slayer thanks them for the ten grand that Duncan supposedly donated, but Mia reminds him he didn’t quite do anything. Sadly, they are not free to collect their keyboard and bounce, because they are now trapped in an Operation Wag livestream charity event. Check out the full clip below:

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Ninja’s fans can catch him flexing his voice acting chops when the Duncanville season 3 premiere arrives on Sunday. Titled “Gamer Vs. Gamer,” the episode follows Duncan and his friends as they visit Twitch star Dennis “Slayer” (guest voice Ninja) on his private island, where they end up hunted in a viral event for charity. Meanwhile, Jack and Annie look through a photo album where Jack included their mug shots, leading him to realize he spent a weekend in jail that Annie didn’t.

The highly-anticipated third season of Duncanville returns this weekend, The series centers around a spectacularly average 15-year-old boy (played by the iconic Amy Poehler), his family and friends. Duncan’s mom, Annie (also voiced by the spectacular Amy Poehler), is a parking enforcement officer who dreams of becoming a detective while his father, Jack (voiced by Modern Family’s Ty Burrell), is a plumber obsessed with classic rock and his own dad’s shortcomings. Duncan’s two sisters, Kimberly (Riki Lindhome, most recently seen in Roar) and Jing (Stargirl’s Joy Osmanski), round out the Harris family tree.

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Duncanville season 3 premieres Sunday, May 1 at 7:30pm ET on FOX.

Source: FOX

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Tatiana Hullender is a writer at Screen Rant, focusing on film and television, as well as a co-host of several podcasts. In the interviews she conducts for Screen Rant, she seeks to learn what drives each creative mind and how different experiences influence the same narrative. As a graduate of Columbia University in New York City, Tatiana studied theater and comparative literature. She has been passionate about all manner of storytelling since being exposed to Jane Austen and BBC adaptations of her work all at once. But Regency satire of manners isn’t the only genre she loves, as a love of comic books naturally developed into a love of cinematic universes and their superheroes. So long as a story has heart and humor, there’s a chance of finding something to enjoy in the telling of it.
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