Lisa Kudrow has joined the new Netflix Space Force comedy players, the streaming service has announced.
The Friends star will play Maggie Naird, wife of General Mark R Naird, played by Steve Carell.
The new work comedy was inspired by the Space Force, a new branch of US military service announced by Donald Trump, and tells the story of the men and women responsible for preparing it.
.@SteveCarell will star in a work comedy series that he made together #OfficeGreg Daniels about the people who were tasked with creating the sixth branch of the armed service: the Air Force! pic.twitter.com/6GEFNgP18w
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The Netflix series was created by Carell with Greg Daniels, who is behind the US version of The Office.
Kudrow’s character is described as “a wife of the Washington Air Force who has sublimated a part of her to her husband’s career for two decades. But when she faced her biggest challenge, she grew in a different direction.”
Carell’s character is a four-star general pilot and is decorated with dreams of running the Air Force but was surprised when he was chosen as head of the Air Force.
He uprooted his family and moved to a remote base in Colorado where he and a team of scientists and “Spacemen” were commissioned by the White House to return American boots to the moon in a hurry and achieve total space dominance.
The series will also star John Malkovich, Diana Silvers, Tawny Newsome, Ben Schwartz, Jimmy O Yang, Noah Emmerich, Alex Sparrow and Don Lake.
Last month, the newly established US Air Force launched its first national security satellite, with a leaner staff due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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