Netflix Announces New Improvised Comedy Series ‘Cabin’, Starring Comedian Bert Kreischer
Netflix has announced ‘Cabin’, a new improvised comedy series starring stand up comedian Bert Kreischer, and featuring a host of guest stars from ‘Big Bang’s Kaley Cuoco to ‘Community’s Joel McHale, to ‘Black-ish’ star Anthony Anderson.
After years on the grind, Bert Kreischer sets out on a purifying retreat to a remote cabin. But Bert only has one speed. Joined by his celebrity friends, Bert attempts bizarre therapy techniques, intense physical challenges, and ridiculously improvised encounters with nature. Bert attempts to cleanse his “mind, body and soul” at breakneck pace with often disastrous results.
If you don’t know Bert Kreischer, he is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer and host, who performs to sellout crowds across the US, along with hosting various podcasts, such as ‘Bertcast’ and ‘Two Bears One Cave’. He also has a YouTube cooking show, ‘Something’s Burning’, and released the book, Life of the Party: Stories of a Perpetual Man-Child. His standup special ‘Secret Time’ is currently streaming globally on Netflix, and his new comedy special, ‘Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy’, premieres 17th March 2020.
Guest stars for the series include Anthony Anderson (Black-ish’), Bobby Lee (‘Love’), Chris D’elia (‘You’), Fortune Feimster (‘Life in Pieces’), Joel McHale (‘Community’), Kaley Cuoco (‘Big Bang Theory’), Leah Remini (‘Kevin Can Wait’), Nikki Glaser (‘Inside Amy Schumer’), Caitlyn Jenner, Tom Segura, Whitney Cummings, and many more.
Kreischer serves as executive producer alongside Jeff Tomsic, who is also directing, and Matthew Vaughan for Rotten Science, Todd Garner for Broken Road, Judi Marmel and Reg Tigerman for Levity Live, and Mike Gibbons. The series is an American adaptation of Martin Petit’s French-Canadian comedy ‘Les Pecheurs’.
No news yet on when ‘Cabin’ will premiere, but we’ll let you know when we hear more.
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