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  • Steve Martin and Martin Short to Star in True Crime Comedy for Hulu

    Two amigos, Steve Martin and Martin Short, are set to headline a true crime comedy at Hulu. The streaming service announced on Friday morning at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena that it has given a straight-to-series order to an untitled, 20th Century Fox Television comedy about three strangers who share an [

    TVLine
  • 'The Gentlemen' stocks Guy Ritchie's latest crime comedy with plenty of stars

    After recent studio fare like "Aladdin" and the Sherlock Holmes movies, director Guy Ritchie gets back to his "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" indie mode with "The Gentlemen," just stocked with an inordinately good cast. Filled with crosses and double crosses, the plot is mostly irrelevant, but the outlandish flourishes make for a good deal of foul-mouthed fun.

    CNN
  • Steve Martin and Martin Short to Star in True Crime Comedy Series on Hulu

    Steve Martin and Martin Short have been touring together for years, but now they’re coming to a streaming service near you with a great-sounding original series. Hulu announced today that it has ordered straight-to-series an untitled comedy series starring Martin and Short, co-created and written by Steve Martin and John Hoffman (Grace & Frankie, Looking). Martin and Hoffman will executive produce alongside This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman, Jess Rosenthal, and Martin Short. The show will be...

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  • Steve Martin and Martin Short to star in new Hulu comedy about true-crime fanatics

    Best buds Steve Martin and Martin Short are joining forces again, this time for Hulu. After touring their comedy show across America and recording one of their performances as a Netflix special, two-thirds of the Three Amigos will now costar in a new comedy from co-creators Martin and John Hoffman (Grace and Frankie). The untitled show received a straight-to-series order from Hulu, as announced Friday during the Television Critics Association presentations. The premise follows three strangers...

    EW.com