Come end of 2020, American version of The Office will be removed from Netflix and head back to NBC, but fear not fans of The Office who chose to stick by Netflix because, Netflix’s Space Force is here to the rescue!
The series, co-created by Steve Carell and The Office’s Greg Daniels, is a spoof of the newly formed sixth brand of the U.S. Armed Forces, the U.S. Space Force, that Donald Trump so wanted to happen. OK, maybe not initially. He was “just joking,” but you know, it happened anyways.
FIRST LOOK: Steve Carell is the head of Space Force, the newly formed sixth branch of the US Armed Forces.— Netflix (@netflix) April 8, 2020
John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Jimmy O. Yang, Diana Silvers, and Lisa Kudrow co-star in @realSpaceForce, created by Carell & The Office's Greg Daniels. Premiering May 29 pic.twitter.com/2mY85TVvvR
The TV shows, said to have 10-episode, stars Steve Carell as the four-star general heading of Space Force, Lisa Kudrow of Friends fame, Silicon Valley’s Jimmy O. Yang, academy award nominee John Malkovich, Booksmart’s Diana Silvers, and Ben Schwartz of NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.
Yesterday Netflix offered the first look at the series with four photos on Twitter. No trailer yet – saved for the teaser some of you may have saw previously. Netflix’s Space Force is slated to premiere on Netflix on May 29, 2020.
Images: Twitter (@netflix).