Mylett and Dales Update: For more than half a decade, Letterkenny has spun gold out of the difficulties encountered by 5,000 inhabitants of the eponymous fictitious town of Ontario and has only been rented for two more years. The Little Crave series should have since found broader acclaim, including Schitt’s Creek, due to a contract with Hulu.
The slice-of-life sitcom follows the lives of Hicks, Skids, Hockey Players, and First Nations natives living in a farming town that does not grasp each other’s problems but still have their backs on each other. Creator Jared Keeso plays the part of Wayne, who stands in the midst of daily turmoil with his sister Katy (Michelle Mylett) and best friends Dan and Daryl.
Mylett and Dales spoke to Screen Rant about what makes friendships so special in the heart of the story that they expect to spend more time within the coming seasons, and which of them Bonnie McMurray actually should be dating. The writing is keeping us on our toes. I’m still happily surprised every time we get a new season and new scripts to read, even though it’s a lot of the same like you said.
Mylett and Dales: Update
There’s always fun stuff for us to do, fun scenarios, and a fun conversation that just gets us entertained. Definitely, writing has you 100 percent on your toes.
Then even the commitment of all the other performers and the last thing you want to do is to be a low man. You don’t want to be the one who fucks the dog in here. You want to be the one who drives things further and makes things stronger. Everyone’s got the mentality, too, which is awesome. And if they didn’t do it, it doesn’t make any sense.
I suppose I really like dealing with the Skids. I like working with Tyler and Evan because they’re very fast. They’re a lot of fun to deal with.
They’re still at their game, and it’s fun. In terms of people I don’t get to connect with as much, those guys are certainly always my first preference to interact with more, mostly because I think they’re amazing actors. They’re always ready, they’re always coming along, and I really really like that. So, these guys are for sure.