|Running time||22 minutes|
Julie Thacker Scully
|Country of origin||United States|
|Production company||Paper Kite Productions|
20th Century Fox Television
Bento Box Entertainment (uncredited)
3 Arts Entertainment (uncredited)
|Distributor||NBCUniversal Television Distribution|
|Original run||February 16, 2020 – present|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||11 (List of episodes)|
On April 6, 2020, Duncanville was renewed for a second season scheduled for a May 23, 2021 debut. On April 6, 2021, Duncanville was renewed for a third season, bringing the total number of episodes to 39.
Duncanville is currently syndicated internationally to Canada's CityTV, United Kingdom’s Channel 4, and Australia’s Nine Network through Fox Corporation for the former and NBCUniversal Television Distribution for the latter two. It is also syndicated to Brazil's Fox Channel through 20th Television.
Duncanville follows a 15-year old Duncan Harris, who's always one step away from making a bad decision. Along with Duncan lives his mom, a parking enforcement officer, who dreams of being a detective someday and always has to watch Duncan, his dad, who tries to be a better father figure to Duncan than his father was to him, his sister Kimberly, who is a normal teenager going through normal teen-phases, and his other sister Jing, who is an intelligent 5-year old always giving Duncan advice. Mia, is Duncan's on-and-off crush.
- Amy Poehler as Duncan and Annie
- Ty Burrell as Jack
- Riki Lindhome as Kimberly
- Joy Osmanski as Jing
- Rashida Jones as Mia
- Wiz Khalifa as Mr. Mitch
- Zach Cherry as Wolf
- Betsy Sodaro as Bex
- Yassir Lester as Yangzi
- Fox Midseason Premiere Dates: 'Last Man Standing', 'Flirty Dancing', 'Deputy', 'Duncanville' & more. Retrieved on 24 October 2019.
- Fox Orders Animated Presentation From Amy Poehler & ‘The Simpsons’ Duo. Retrieved on May 2, 2019.