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Reigning Emmy-winning comedy "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" will be getting even more marvelous in season three, thanks to the addition of another Emmy winner: "This Is Us" star Sterling K. Brown.

The Marvelous Mr. Brown announced the news himself in a video message on Twitter, where he oh-so-casually mentioned that "Mrs. Maisel" co-creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino created a role in the new season specifically for him.



"The Palladinos were kind enough to write a little something for your boy, and I going to be awesome."

Season three of the series -- which stars Emmy winner Rachel Brosnahan as the titular jilted housewife-turned-burgeoning stand-up comic, Midge Maisel -- is in production now. Though specific plot details haven't been revealed, we know that at least part of the new season will be filmed in Miami, where Midge will make a stop on her comedy tour.

It's not yet clear how many episodes Brown will appear in, but the ridiculously talented star can play pretty much anything (in 2019 alone, he's starring in the eclectic trio of "Frozen 2," "Angry Birds 2," and the Blake Lively drama "The Rhythm Section"). We have no doubt that "Maisel" fans are in for a major treat.