FANDOM: An all-star comedy show is set to premiere on Netflix.
It is a comedy based on the cult comedy series Only Fans Hack, written and produced by Tim Gunn and produced for Netflix by Will Arnett and Evan Katz.
It stars Will Arnott, John Goodman, and Joel McHale, who previously teamed up on the NBC sitcom The Office, as well as the rest of the cast.
This is the first time the series has been shown on Netflix in more than a decade.
“I was lucky enough to be on the show, so I was able to meet so many of the great people on this incredible team and have a great time,” Gunn said in a statement.
“I’m incredibly excited for the new season of Only Fans.
It’s a great, smart comedy with smart ideas.
The writing is spot-on, and it’s hilarious.
It was so much fun working on it.”
The series has gained popularity on the web and has become a cult hit.
In the season one episode, titled “My Name Is” and released in September, Goodman plays an anonymous hacker, who is the only fan to hack into the network.
“The first episode was great.
I think it was a little too easy,” Gunn told Variety.
“You’re not going to see this type of hacking before.
There’s just too much stuff going on.
It has been an insane time for this network, but the second season has been incredible.
We’ve gone from a show that didn’t get enough attention to being on Netflix and the third season is a lot more mainstream and a lot better than the first season.”
The new season premieres on September 16, and is available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Go.
Only Fans hack is based on a popular TV show on the CW that was canceled after two seasons in 2018.
The network has also released a movie trailer and is planning an additional series, The Hack.
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