In the newest trailer for the present, which premieres May 29th on the streaming platform, Carell is a four-star common given the task to lead the newly launched Space Force division of the US authorities - a wink to President Donald Trump's personal "Space Force" proposal.
The streaming service gave Space Force a straight-to-series order, which is described as a workplace comedy focusing on a group of people who must develop a sixth branch of the military, inspired by President Trump's desire to develop a "Space Force" military branch. And of course, we know Carell has experience in that department.
But again, one of the aspects of this series that isn't working for me is that voice Steve Carell is putting on to add some hyper-masculinity to his character General Mark R. Naird. Carell and Daniels co-created the series together and will executive produce alongside 3 Arts' Howard Klein, whom the two previously worked with on the acclaimed NBC comedy that ran for eight years. The earlier trailer had glimpses of Steve's character from the show, The Office. Inside Joke: Space Force Podcast hosted by series star Jimmy O. Yang will also debut on May 29, the same day the show comes to Netflix. The podcast will air Monday and Thursday of each week and run for 10 episodes.
Editor's note: The new "Space Force" trailer contains strong language. It makes clear this isn't just about interoffice memos and inane meetings. "I heard about the idea through my agent, and Netflix pitched the show to me, and then I pitched the show to Greg, and we all had the same reaction to it", Carell explained in statements released by Netflix.
Space Force is going to be coming to Netflix on May 29th, and I can not wait to watch this new series whilst in lockdown. Let's do it.' And it was really based on nothing, except this name that made everybody laugh.