Steve Carell starring in comedy inspired by Trump’s ‘Space Force’




It’s once more to the office for Steve Carell and Greg Daniels.

The star and co-creator, respectively of the long-running sitcom “The Office” are re-teaming for a model new workplace comedy on Netflix known as “Space Force,” inspired by President Trump’s identify for an out-of-the-atmosphere military division.

In a Netflix teaser for the current launched Wednesday the following phrases appear to the tune of dramatic music:

“On June 18, 2018 the federal government announced the creation of a 6th major division of the United States Armed Forces.”

“The goal of the new branch is ‘to defend satellites from attack’ and ‘perform other space-related tasks.’”

“Or something.”

“This is the story of the men and women who have to figure it out.”

There was no speedy launch date for the current, nonetheless the teaser revealed that its “coming soon.”

Back on June 18, Trump launched that he was directing the Pentagon to create a “Space Force” as an neutral division of the US military to ensure the safety of US spacecraft and astronauts as web site guests in the cosmos will improve.

“This is a giant step toward inspiring future generations and toward reclaiming America’s proud destiny in space,” Trump had said in a press launch asserting the plan.

Carell, who will co-create with Daniels, carried out paper agency division supervisor Michael Scott on “The Office” in 139 episodes from 2005-’13. Daniels created the long-running NBC current, whose archive is now on Netflix, with Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant as an American spinoff of their British “The Office” (2001-’03).




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