Ed Helms and Randall Park are connected to co-host a hybrid scripted-alternative collection titled “True Story” at NBC.
The hour-long present has acquired a six-episode order. It’s based mostly on the Australian collection “True Story with Hamish & Andy.” Within the collection, on a regular basis Individuals sit down with Helms and Park to share their most extraordinary and unbelievably true tales for the primary time. Because the tales unfold, a star-studded forged of comedians and actors will seem in dramatized re-enactments.
“I can’t wait to convey ‘True Story’ to American audiences with my buddy Randall Park,” Helms stated. “It’s an extremely heat, hilarious and kind-spirited present that celebrates the misplaced artwork of laughing at ourselves … with a little bit assist from epic reenactments.”
“True Story” is government produced by Tim Bartley, Hamish Blake, Andy Lee, Ryan Shelton, Helms, Mike Falbo and Nicolle Yaron, who will even function showrunner. The collection is produced by Warner Horizon in affiliation with Pacific Electrical Image Co. and Common Tv Different Studio.
“I’m so excited to be part of a present that mixes three of my favourite issues: nice tales from actual individuals, my pal Ed Helms and couches,” Park stated.
The collection represents a homecoming for Helms, who broke out as Andy Bernard on the hit NBC sitcom “The Workplace.” He’s additionally set to write down, co-executive produce, and star within the comedy “Rutherford Falls” for the NBCUniversal streaming service Peacock. He additionally has a number of different TV initiatives within the works at varied networks, together with Netflix, FX, and Apple.
Park will subsequent reprise his function as Jimmy Woo within the upcoming Marvel’s collection “WandaVision” for Disney Plus, and is at present starring within the sixth and closing season of the ABC collection “Recent Off the Boat.” He co-wrote, produced and starred within the Netflix characteristic rom-com “All the time Be My Possibly,” and has beforehand appeared in “The Interview,” “Ant-Man and the Wasp” and “Aquaman,” amongst different movies.