Pete Davidson and John Goodman celebrate ‘The Freak Brothers’ at Fred Segal event

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 6: (L-R) Phil LaMarr, Danny Gendron, Blake Anderson, Pete Davidson, John Goodman and Andrea Savage attend Tubi’s “The Freak Brothers” Experience at Fred Segal on December 6, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. © 2021 FOX Media

"The Freak Brothers" descended on Los Angeles for the holidays, at an event hosted at the city’s iconic Fred Segal store on Dec. 6. 

Stars Pete Davidson and John Goodman walked the red carpet alongside fellow cast members Blake Anderson, Andrea Savage, Phil LaMarr and Danny Gendron at an event hosted by Tubi, FOX’s free streaming service. 

The night was a celebration of all things "Freak Brothers," the Tubi original adult animated stoner comedy that quickly became one of the most-watched series on the platform when it premiered in November. 

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In one interview, Davidson and Goodman revealed that the event was actually the first time they were meeting each other in person. Goodman also explained that he’s been a fan of "The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers" comic since it first debuted in the late 1960s.


LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 6: Pete Davidson attends Tubi’s "The Freak Brothers" Experience at Fred Segal on December 6, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. © 2021 FOX Media LLC. (CR: Frank Micelotta/PictureGroup for TUBI)

Based on Gilbert Shelton’s cult classic comic, the animated series follows three hippie stoners who smoke a magical strain of weed in 1969 and fall into a 50-year slumber, only to wake up in modern-day San Francisco. There laid-back Freewheelin’ Franklin Freek (Woody Harrelson), paranoid idealist Phineas T. Phreakers (Davidson), man-child Fat Freddy Freekowtski (Goodman) and his sarcastic cat Kitty (Tiffany Haddish) have to learn to adjust to modern life — and modern stoner culture. 

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As Davidson joked, "It’s Tubi, it’s free. Smoke some weed with your family and get weird and watch it."

The first few episodes of "The Freak Brothers" are streaming now (for free!) on Tubi. New episodes of the series debut on Sundays through Dec. 26. 

These blazing hot stoner comedies are streaming (for free) on Tubi

Oliver, Stoned (2015): When the world’s biggest stoner loses an expensive car, he has to steal an ice cream truck and round up his wacky friends to get it back. Who knows? He might just find himself — and some love — along the way. Rated TV-MA. 92 minutes. Dir: Tom Morris. Featuring: Seth Cassell, Brea Grant, Robert Curtis Brown, Ryan Malgarini.

Cheech & Chong: Puff Puff Laugh (2010): Original stoner icons Cheech & Chong host this hilarious comedy special filmed at Just for Laughs in Montreal, the largest international comedy festival in the world. Rated TV-MA. 45 minutes. Dir: Shelagh O'Brien. Featuring: Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Bill Burr, Jay Malone, Noel Fielding.

Highway (2012): This rollicking road trip comedy follows two stoner brothers on the hunt for a "marijuana nirvana." Let the uncouth hijinks begin! Rated R. 77 minutes. Dir: Coke Daniels. Featuring: Devin The Dude, Lil Duval, Gary Owen, Erik Estrada, Keith David.

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