Netflix's list of original series with big-name actors just keeps on growing.
Set to join that list is "Friends From College," an upcoming comedy with an über-talented cast, from the husband-and-wife duo of Nick Stoller ("Neighbors") and Francesca Delbanco.
The series, inspired by the creators' time at Harvard University, will follow a group of the famed college's alums, now in their 40s, as they navigating their professional and personal lives to varying degrees of success. The characters will be played by a group of several familiar faces: Keegan-Michael Key ("Key & Peele"), Cobie Smulders ("How I Met Your Mother"), Annie Parisse ("Vinyl"), Nat Faxon ("Married"), Fred Savage ("The Grinder"), and Jae Suh Park ("The Mindy Project"). Together, they'll tackle nostalgia, adulthood, and complicated friendships, all with a comic spin.
"Nick is a comedic mastermind. With 'Friends From College,' he and Francesca have created a world that is both moving and very, very funny," said Cindy Holland, Netflix's vice president of original content, in a statement. "We are thrilled to be working with them and this incredible cast, and look forward to audiences around the world laughing with and at these relatable characters."
Set to begin production in New York this fall, "Friends From College" will consist of eight episodes, all directed by Stoller. He and Delbanco will write and executive produce the series.