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Space Force Review 2020 Tv Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Creators: Greg Daniels, Steve Carell
Stars: Owen Daniels, Noah Emmerich, John Malkovich
The workplace comedy has become an institution. From The Office and Parks and Recreation to Veep to Silicon Valley, there’s only one unexplored frontier: the final frontier. Enter Space Force. Created by The Office alumni Greg Daniels and Steve Carell, Space Force follows those involved in creating a sixth branch of the United States military. Considering how a Space Force may be in our near future, this show is arriving at just the right time to make comedy out of something not very comedic: military infrastructure and national defense.
Netflix announced today via a devoted Space Force Twitter account that the show will premiere on Netflix on May 29, leaving a decent amount of time for you to finally finish that Office rewatch you’re working on. Don’t expect the season to be that long, though. The show’s IMDb site only lists 10 episodes in Season 1.
Space Force boasts a stacked cast. Creator Steve Carrell will appear, though apparently only in one episode. The rest of the cast includes Sonic the Hedgehog himself, Ben Schwartz, The New Pope‘s John Malkovich, Tawny Newsome, Jimmy O. Yang (Silicon Valley), Noah Emmerich, Fred Willard, and Jessica St. Clair.
Lisa Kudrow and Chris Gethard will also make appearances, making Space Force a regular who’s who of sitcom icons and drama actors with comedy chops.
Space Force will capture the creation of a branch of the military, but like all workplace shows, the interpersonal relationships between those establishing the branch will likely play a large role as well. Steve Carell will play General Mark R. Naird, a character who seems to be based on real-life Chief of Space Operations John W. “Jay” Raymond.
The other characters look a little vaguer. Ben Schwartz plays F. Tony Scarapiducci, who appears to be a civilian government worker, while Tawny Newsome plays Angela Ali, a pilot. John Malkovich and Jimmy O. Yang both play doctors.
The initial announcement of Space Force also came hot on the heels of President Donald Trump’s initial announcement of the Space Force, which was met with a fair amount of mockery (especially after the official logo turned out to be a Star Trek knockoff). So you can probably expect the show to throw a few barbs at Trump as well.
As it stands now, the Space Force has only been in existence for a few months, and it doesn’t consist of much just yet. For those wondering what the Space Force will actually do, look towards the Space Command branch of the Air Force. So while the actual Space Force might not turn out to be what’s portrayed on the show, there will definitely be some space action to keep viewers captivated.