Aaron McGruder, creator and executive producer for "The Boondocks. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Television, Kyle Christy) Aaron McGruder, creator and executive producer for “The Boondocks. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Television, Kyle Christy)

“Boondocks” creator Aaron McGruder is really on a tear this year. Not only is he working on a new live-action show for Adult Swim called “Black Jesus,” his original animated series, “The Boondocks,” is returning after a hiatus of nearly four years. Viewers can get their fix of Huey, Riley, Grandpa and Uncle Ruckus starting April 21. Season three ended with Huey, the show’s voice of reason and conscience, being suspected of domestic terrorism and coming to face-to-face with Army tanks in a spoof of “24.”

Here’s the latest teaser: