Steve Carell To Star In HBO Comedy Series From Ted Lasso Creator Bill Lawrence

The untitled series will feature the actor as author who has a complicated relationship with his daughter. Here's all we know about Carrell's collaboration with Bill Lawrence.
Steve Carell To Star In HBO Comedy Series From Ted Lasso Creator Bill Lawrence

Steve Carell To Star In HBO Comedy Series From Ted Lasso Creator Bill Lawrence (Image credit: Instagram)

Steve Carell is set to headline on yet another comedy series after Netflix's The Four Seasons. The Office star is teaming up with Bill Lawrence who created the Emmy Award-winning hit, Ted Lasso, for a new HBO comedy series. This will be the first time that the two will be working together; Carell is also on the project as an executive producer.

Steve Carell to star in new HBO comedy series

According to a report in Variety, the untitled comedy show will have 10 episodes. Co-created by Lawrence and Matt Tarses, it will be “set on a college campus, centering on an author’s complicated relationship with his daughter.”
In a statement, Lawrence shared, "HBO has long been a standard bearer of quality TV. Getting to do a show there with Steve Carell is an immediate career highlight for Matt and me. Nothing can go wrong now.” He and Tarses, who are also executive producers, have written the first episode of the series.
Besides this upcoming HBO, Lawrence is also the showrunner on the Apple TV+ show Shrinking with Harrison Ford and Jason Segel. His previous Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso ended in 2023 after three seasons. Lawrence has also created the medical comedy Scrubs which ran for nine seasons.

Steve Carell's upcoming projects

Carell's latest Hollywood film If, directed by The Office co-star John Krasinski, is currently running in theatres. The actor returns as the voice of supervillain Gru in Despicable Me 4 this July. He will reunite with Tina Fey for the comedy series The Four Seasons which will begin filming this year as well. In the last few years, the actor was also seen in the series The Patient and The Morning Show.
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