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Main role for Daman Wayans Jr in action comedy for Peacock

Damon Wayans Jr. (Happy Together (2018)) will portray the lead character in a new action-comedy series from David Caspe, Matthew and Daniel Libman.

Damon Wayans Jr. (Happy Together (2018)) will be reunited with David Caspe, Matthew and Daniel Libman. They previously worked together on Happy Endings. The yet to be named series is written by the Libman brothers and revolves around a struggling married couple who become bounty hunters. Wayans Jr, Caspe and the Libman brothers will serve as executive producer.


Damon Wayans Jr.

Peacock has ordered the series and CBS TV Studios will produce the series alongside Universal Television. The project is part of a deal Wayans signed with CBS TV Studios, which should last for two more years.
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