The King is back on Netflix. Or at least an animated version of him set in an alternate timeline where he’s still alive and protects the world from supernatural threats.

Set in the modern day, Agent Elvis follows the titular character as he fights to protect the world from supernatural threats. Armed with his trademark jumpsuit and guitar, Elvis faces off against various foes, from vampires to demonic possessions. Along the way, he’s joined by a cast of eclectic characters, including a talking robot and a British spy. This is the first adult animated project from Sony Pictures Animation, the studio behind Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Across the Spider-Verse.

The show stars Kaitlin Olson, Johnny Knoxville, Niecy Nash, Tom Kenny, Don Cheadle, and Matthew McConaughey as Elvis.

Priscilla Presley voices herself in the series.

The guest star lineup includes Ed Helms, Jason Mantzoukas, Christina Hendricks, Kieran Culkin, Chris Elliot, Asif Ali, Fred Armisen, Ego Nwodim, Simon Pegg, Craig Robinson, Gary Cole, George Clinton, Tara Strong, and Tony Cavalero. Check out Agent Elvis on Netflix on March 17th.

Character Descriptions For Agent Elvis

  • Kaitlin Olson is CeCe Ryder – CeCe is the unpredictable, highly skilled secret agent who barges into Elvis’ life when he joins TCB. A product of the counterculture, she enjoys annoying Elvis but is always mission-focused. Except for when she isn’t.
  • Johnny Knoxville is Bobby Ray – Elvis’ best friend and not-so-bright sidekick. He’s Elvis’ entourage all wrapped up into one and fully devoted to his boss, The King of Rock n Roll.
  • Niecy Nash is Bertie – Bertie is the strong-willed mother figure who has known Elvis since he was in diapers. She runs his day-to-day life and is the only one who can go toe-to-toe with Elvis.
  • Tom Kenny is Scatter – Elvis’ weaponized, chain-smoking, degenerate former NASA chimp with a trigger happy dark side.
  • Don Cheadle is The Commander – The mysterious spy master who runs the covert agency known as The Central Bureau (“TCB”). He’s the mercurial man in charge who knows where all the non-metaphorical bodies are buried.

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