Well, the first main character you meet is Alec Tryon (style warning - he is UGLY AF in the first episodes, sorry!). He's the owner, and CEO of Tryon Processing and TFC, both of which are facing criticisms from the public and media. He's only 55, or 56, but his hair is WHITE due to the stress of the business(es) and dealing with his family after the recent loss of his wife. Now, he has to adjust back to his former position after bereavement and mentor his unmotivated son as a potential heir to his--well, failure.
The other main is Friar, the chicken, a resident of the Tryons' chicken rescue. Yep. A chicken who has a really unhealthy obsession with his caretaker family, seeing them as Holy Providers that tend to him and his flock on the orders of the divine Hen Mother, Halaka. And he lets every chicken know about it, to their eternal annoyance and dismay.
Now, for the catalysts:
Enter Bucky, the buckeye, who is new to the coop and the so-called holy Order (Pecking Order, that is) who befriends Friar and learns about the ways of the Four Orders of the Roost - a hierarchy of the main roosters and their--harems of hens. This clueless fowl is about to cause some trouble in the coop.
Also, Alec is assigned a new personal assistant, Aldi Zemay, who comes from a maize-growing family that supplies all the chickens' feed. Kind-hearted and vegan, she believes loyalty and hard work will earn her place within "the business of chickens".
Lots of other characters to be mixed in with this bucket.
Series is a dramedy that explores semi-religious themes, grief, family, order, veganism, and in-depth look at the poultry industry - with some creative license...