The Great North is an American animated show that started on Fox on January 3, 2021. It was created by Wendy Molyneux, Lizzie Molyneux, and Minty Lewis. This show is produced by Loren Bouchard, the Molyneux sisters, and Lewis. Nick Offerman, Jenny Slate, Will Forte, Dulcé Sloan, Paul Rust, and Aparna Nancherla – all give voice overs for the show. The show was picked up for a second season before its launch in June 2020. After showing the last episode of the first season in May 2021, the show was picked up for a third season. On September 26, 2021, the second season began. On September 25, 2022, the third season began. Fox picked up the show for a fourth season in August 2022. Now let’s see all the details about The Great North season 4.

The Great North Season 4 Release Date

The release date of The Great North (Season 4) is January 7, 2024.

The Great North Season 4 Voice Cast

Nick Offerman as Beef Tobin

Beef Tobin is the central character, a fisherman, and divorced father of four. Still grappling with being abandoned by his ex-wife Kathleen, Beef spent years concealing the truth from his children by pretending she died tragically. Despite his own challenges, Beef is a supportive father, encouraging his children to love and respect others. He worries about the changes in their lives and the possibility of them growing apart.

Jenny Slate as Judy Tobin

Judy is a sixteen-year-old with a deep passion for art and creativity. She shares a unique bond with her “Alaskan twin” brother Ham, born nine months apart. Judy dreams of exploring the world beyond their small, remote hometown, showcasing her adventurous spirit.

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Will Forte as Wolf Tobin

Wolf is Beef’s oldest son, trying to live up to his father’s expectations. Despite his sensitivity, Wolf is an optimistic young man eager to make his father proud. Married to Honeybee, Wolf navigates the challenges of adapting to life in a small Alaskan fishing town.

Dulcé Sloan as Honeybee Shaw 

Honeybee moved from Fresno after falling in love with Wolf, adapting to life in the small Alaskan fishing town. She is Wolf’s wife and plays a role in the family dynamics as they navigate the challenges of their new life.

Paul Rust as Ham Tobin 

Ham Tobin is openly gay, and his family embraces his identity. He  shares a deep bond with his sister Judy, often collaborating on creative endeavors. He becomes the town’s “cake lady” after the previous one is arrested. Ham is the lead singer of Messengers of Chaos, Lone Moose’s first punk band.

Aparna Nancherla as Moon Tobin

Moon shares Beef’s stoic demeanor and passion for outdoorsmanship at the young age of 10. Unafraid of Alaskan wildlife, Moon is often seen building traps or exploring the wilderness around the family home. Moon wears a bear-like onesie almost all the time, even to school, adding a touch of eccentricity to his character.

Megan Mullally as Alyson Lefebvrere

The owner of the photography studio where Judy works and also an accomplished artist. Moreover, Moon’s pal Henry’s mother Dorothy Tuntley and Lone Moose’s irate elderly occupant Vera Warren are also voiced by Mullally.

Alanis Morissette as Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette appears in the Aurora Borealis as an imaginary friend to Judy, offering guidance on various matters. The character serves as a nod to Alanis Morissette’s role as God in Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse films Dogma and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Interestingly, Alanis Morissette is occasionally depicted as existing independently from Judy’s imagination, adding a layer of complexity to their interaction.

Ron Funches as Jerry Shaw

Ron Funches portrays Jerrybee “Jerry” Shaw, the amiable younger brother of Honeybee. Jerry is first introduced through flashbacks in the third episode, “Avocado Barter Adventure.” He officially enters the storyline by moving to Lone Moose in the eighth episode, “Keep Beef-lievin’ Adventure.” Jerry secures a job making public appearances in a Bigfoot mascot costume, adding a humorous and interesting element to his character.


Beef Tobin is a single parent who resides in the fictional town of Lone Moose, Alaska, with his four children, Wolf, Ham, Judy, and Moon, as well as a wife, Honeybee, who is married to Wolf. Beef’s life revolves around the upbringing of his children and maintaining to the togetherness of his family. Despite the fact that he can appear domineering and suffocating at times, the profound love that he has for his family is the primary focus of each and every episode of the series.

Where To Watch The Great North Season 4?

You can watch The Great North (Season 4) on Hulu.

Episodes Listing

Here are the details of the first two episodes of season 4:

  • S4.E1 – Bad Speecher Adventure: Ham asks his family for help making a speech for his Public Speaking Elective. Judy, Beef and Honeybee then pitch him three stories that are based on Top Gun, Good Will Hunting and The Matrix.
  • S4.E2 – Risky Beefness Adventure: Beef has a one-night stand with Greta Meatweep, who writes about it in the newspaper’s poem section. The local clown pair challenges Moon and Jerry to a costume fight over who owns the Lone Moose party.

Watch the Trailer Here

A trailer for season 4 is currently unavailable.

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