Paramount Plus orders new series Players from American Vandal creators
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Paramount Plus orders new series Players from American Vandal creators

Paramount Plus has ordered a new documentary-style comedic series titled Players that can delve right into a fictional skilled League of Legends esports staff.

The series is co-created and government produced by Tony Yacenda and Dan Perrault, the comedic minds behind Netflix’s crucial breakout American Vandal, which memorably gave us a pair of riveting — albeit disturbed — mysteries about fictional crimes involving dick vandalism and the mastermind behind an explosive diarrhea incident.

Players, additionally a mockumentary, will observe an esports staff gunning for a championship after years of misfortune. The series will contain a conflict of egos between a 17-year-old rookie, the staff’s “prodigy,” and a veteran 27-year-old. What might presumably go improper?

Yacenda, who directed FXX comedy series Dave, will direct Players. The series is being produced by CBS Studios in partnership with Humorous Or Die, which was hooked up to Netflix’s American Vandal. Paramount Plus provided sparse element in regards to the series past stating Players “will discover the world of esports.”

However provided that American Vandal’s two-series run delivered frankly impressed plotlines about penis graffiti and a Turd Burglar — in some way managing to set a new bar for the future of documentary storytelling within the course of — we’re in for a deal with.

Paramount Plus (previously CBS All Entry) has solely had a handful of originals that drummed up any vital fanfare. However given the cultural affect of American Vandal — which managed to make us critically ask ourselves, “Who dick the dicks?” — this series has the potential to be one of many service’s largest comedy debuts because it launched.

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