Creator Greg Daniels (The Office) has partnered with Steve Carell (Angie Tribeca) in a new comedy series, Space Force, which is now available to stream on Netflix according to comicbook.com. Daniels works as the showrunner alongside executive producer Howard Klein (Carnivàle).
In addition to Carell, the comedy features John Malkovich (RED), alongside Diana Silvers (Ma), Tawny Newsome (Nobodies), Ben Schwartz (Damage Control), Lisa Kudrow (Friends), Jimmy O. Yang (Patriots Day), Noah Emmerich (The Americans), Alex Sparrow (UnREAL), and Don Lake (Zootopia) via comicbook.com.
While Space Force serves as The Office reunion between its creator Daniels and Carell, it additionally pairs the acclaimed TV producer Daniels alongside Schwartz once again, since working with him on the series Parks and Recreation. This reunion has made the series highly anticipated in comparison to other Netflix series.
3… 2… 1… we have lift off. Space Force is now streaming. 🚀 pic.twitter.com/IGecGJceip
— Space Force (@realspaceforce) May 29, 2020
The series revolves around the real-life branch of the United States military. Space Force is a workplace comedy surrounding those tasked with the creation of the newly debuted Space Force branch of the armed forces. The series is inspired by President Donald Trump’s launching of the Space Force division of the United States armed forces and the resulting 738 billion dollar increase to the defense budge.
The first season released ten episodes and Netflix has yet to announce plans for a second season. The series is available to stream instantly on Netflix.