Blockbuster Pictures Show Melissa Fumero and Randall Park in Netflix Comedy

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imagined. It’s the mid-’90s, it’s finally Friday, and you’re having a sleepover with your best friends. You already know there’s not going to be anything good on TV, so you beg your parents to take you to your local Blockbuster to catch a real piece of cinematic beauty like Good Burger or 10 things I hate about you. When you walk into the rental store, you browse the shelves for the latest Leonardo DiCaprio or Freddy Prinze Jr. Flick, carefully pick out something with a heart inside to get your crush on along with your friends. Ah, the longing. That subtle feeling is what will drive the next workplace comedy on Netflix, Turnout.

The Vanessa Ramos (SuperstoreAnd the Brooklyn Nine-NineA series that tells the story of the employees as they do their best in America’s latest Blockbuster movie. While it won’t bring back full memories of the rental store’s peak days, where the last Blockbuster went out of business in 2019, the series will focus on employees trying to keep their beloved workplace open for as long as possible.

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Randall Park (Fresh off the boatThe store manager, Timmy Yoon, will be represented with Melissa Fumero (Brooklyn Nine-NineAppearing as a team member as well as crushing Timmy. Includes the rest of the actors Tyler Alvarez (a fan), Madeleine Arthur (Devil in Ohio), Olga Meredez (in the heights), JB Smoove (curb your enthusiasm), And the Kamiya Fairborn.

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A new batch of photos released today revealed the series’ cast in their perfectly pressed blue outfits, khaki pants, and name tags. Like way back, the last remaining Blockbuster hasn’t changed a bit all these years after that. The images depict the characters doing their normal daily tasks such as restocking shelves and dealing with customers. While most of the cast will appear as employees in the series, it looks as though the character of Smoove will be a regular for the rental store.

Besides creating the series, Ramos also serves as a writer and executive producer alongside him David Casp (black monday) And the Jackie Clark (happy endings). Davis Entertainment John Davis And the John Fox Fill the executive production team. Universal TV will produce.

Netflix hit with 10 episodes on November 3rd, Turnout It looks like it’s going to be the workplace comedy we’ve missed in our lives. While you wait for the upcoming teaser trailers and trailers for the series, you can feast your eyes on the pictures at first sight below.

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