Netflix Shares First Images of Steve Carell and Lisa Kudrow on 'Space Force'

Created alongside ‘The Office’ developer Greg Daniels.

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Ahead of its May release, Netflix has now shared a first look its upcoming comedy Space Force, based around the newly formed sixth branch of the American Armed Forces.

Co-created by Steve Carell and The Office developer Greg Daniels, the spoof series stars Carell himself alongside Lisa Kudrow, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Jimmy O. Yang, and Diana Silvers. It follows the adventures of four-star general Mark R. Naird (Carell), a decorated pilot who dreamt of leading the Air Force, but was instead put in charge of the new Space Force instead. To do so, he uproots his life and family and moves to a Colorado base where he works alongside a group of scientists and “Spacemen” to Americans back onto the Moon under the direction of the White House.

Space Force will arrive on Netflix May 29.

Elsewhere in entertainment, NASA has opened up its database of videos, e-books and podcasts for those staying at home.

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