Chicago Party Aunt: Season 1

Chicago Party Aunt: Season 1

Chicago Party Aunt: Season 1

A hard-drinking, adulthood-ignoring woman in Chicago takes her sensitive teenage nephew under her wing—whether he likes it or not—in this animated comedy series.

2021USA
AnimatedComedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
17 September 2021

Chicago Party Aunt

After one late night too many, Diane worries she’s out of step with the times but vows to school her nephew in living life.

EPISODE 1.2
17 September 2021

Helicopter Aunt

Diane studies for a corporate test while Daniel moves in with her and begins job hunting, leading to some unfortunate encounters with city wildlife.

EPISODE 1.3
17 September 2021

Ribs for Her Pleasure

An unwanted senior citizen discount at Ribfest sends Diane on a quest to reassert her youth that runs into just one problem: she's getting older.

EPISODE 1.4
17 September 2021

Tailgate Jailgate

Diane and Bonnie's parents, Big Lou and Peg, fly in to tailgate at a Bears-Packers game, where a longstanding feud between rival families is reignited.

EPISODE 1.5
17 September 2021

Halloweener Circle

Hoping to score his first kiss, Daniel suits up for the Halloween costume party at Roscoe's Tavern, where Diane blabs a big secret about Gideon.

EPISODE 1.6
17 September 2021

Twenty-Six Point Tattoo

Mark overhears Bonnie saying he won't go the distance in the Chicago Marathon. Daniel is delayed in meeting the CEO of Kreativ Jus at the finish line.

EPISODE 1.7
17 September 2021

The Beefys

Diane is thrilled to see the '85 Bears re-create the Super Bowl Shuffle at the Beefy Awards, but her son, Mikey, plans a dinner party for the same night.

EPISODE 1.8
17 September 2021

Emergency Contact

On Christmas Eve, everyone has plans that don't involve Diane — until a glitchy voicemail has her panicked family searching hospitals to find her.

Chicago Party Aunt: Season 1 / Reviews

Variety

Variety

There are plenty of other animated show dirtbags out there who can give you more of a reason to root for them, even if by just providing the slightest hint of a twist on the most expected jokes they could make.

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Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

The satire is executed with wit and affection, and we’re too busy laughing and nodding our heads in recognition to even consider being the least bit offended.

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