Steve Carell To Star Opposite Tina Fey In Netflix Comedy Series ‘The Four Seasons’

Steve Carell (The Morning Show) has been tapped to star opposite Tina Fey in The Four Seasons, the Netflix comedy series based on the 1981 Universal film of the same name, which she’s co-created with former 30 Rock colleagues Lang Fisher and Tracey Wigfield.

Carell comes to the project after starring opposite Fey in the 2010 comedy Date Night, directed for Fox by Shawn Levy. Details as to the role he’s playing are under wraps. Written and directed by Alan Alda, produced by Martin Bregman, and starring Alda and Carol Burnett, the Four Seasons film tells the story of three couples who vacation together every season.

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Hailing from Universal Television and Fey’s production company Little Stranger, Inc., The Four Seasons will be exec produced by Fey, Fisher, Wigfield, David Miner, Eric Gurian and Jeff Richmond. Alda and Marissa Bregman will produce the series scripted by Fey, Fisher and Wigfield, which is scheduled to enter production later this year.

Most recently seen starring on television in FX’s The Patient, which he also exec produced, and Apple TV+’s The Morning Show, Carell is currently nominated for a Drama League Award in The Lincoln Center’s production of Uncle Vanya, which marks his Broadway debut. The show opens tonight and will run through June 16. This summer, the actor will be heard voicing a role in John Krasinski’s animated family film IF, out May 24 via Paramount, also reprising his role as Gru in the next installment of the Despicable Me franchise, from Universal and Illumination, which hits theaters July 3rd.

Carell is repped by WME, Media Four and Johnson Shapiro Slewett & Kole.

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