Season Thirteen is the thirteenth and final season of Squidbillies. This season premiered on November 7th, 2021. There were originally rumors from the creators in the panel that this would be their final season of the series. The last season of Squidbillies contain nine episodes. One episode was the last full half-hour special.
- “One Man Banned”
- “Let ’er R.I.P.”
- “No Space Like Home”
- “Scorn on the 4th of July”
- “Zen and the Art of Truck-Boat-Truck Maintenance”
- "Ol' Hootie"
- “The Liceman Cometh”
- “This Show Was Called Squidbillies”
- Season 13 has mostly gotten mixed reviews from people on the Internet such as YouTube, IMDB, and Amazon Video Prime, due to Early's voice actor Unknown Hinson being recast by Tracy Morgan. Others are done with the show due to this change. Although a few episodes of the season have gotten very high ratings.
- Squidbillies is the very first ever Adult Swim show to earn an official thirteenth season.
- Early Cuyler's part was recast with Tracy Morgan for the thirteenth and final season.
- According to the creators on Twitter, it was decided in 2019 that the show would end after 13 seasons.
- The original trailer to this season originally uploaded on Adult Swim's YouTube Channel on October 20, 2021, containing episode clips from "Let ’er R.I.P.", "Scorn on the 4th of July'' "Zen and the Art of Truck-Boat-Truck Maintenance", and "Who-Gives-a-Flip?."
- There were over two trailers, with the first trailer having Early's voice being censored by noises, and the second one had Early speaking in Tracy Morgan's voice.
- Sharif's cigarette was blurred out in both of these trailers.
- This is the first and only season where Dan Halen didn't do something evil for the rest of the season.
- Due to controversy involving Unknown Hinson, he was fired in August 2020. This season marks the first and only time during the show's run where Early Cuyler was voiced by anyone other than Unknown Hinson.
- This season will also mark the fourth time in the series that a voice actor for a character has left the show's production. The first time was when the original voice actor for the Sheriff, Charles Napier, was replaced by Bobby Ellerbee in 2006; the second instance was Reverend's voice actor, Scott Hilley, who passed away in 2015; the third was Boyd's voice actor, Pete Smith, who retired from Adult Swim in 2017.