Comedy Central today premiered the trailer for its new scripted series, The Other Two, premiering on Thursday, January 24 at 10:30PM ET/PT following the final season premiere of Broad City.
Guest stars for the debut season of The Other Two include, Beck Bennett, Kate Berlant, Michael Che, Andy Cohen, Heidi Gardner, Jackie Hoffman, Daniel K. Isaac, Brandon Scott Jones, Richard Kind, Greta Lee, Tinsley Mortimer, Andy Ridings, Josh Segarra, Wanda Sykes, Julio Torres, JJ Totah and Patrick Wilson.
The Other Two is created by, written by and executive produced by Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider, who recently departed Saturday Night Live after serving as co-head writers during one of the series’ most memorable seasons.
The series stars Drew Tarver (Bajillion Dollar Propertie$) as a 28-year-old actor struggling to get better auditions than “Man At Party Who Smells Fart,” and Heléne Yorke (Masters of Sex) as his 30-year-old sister, who is struggling in general.
As the two work toward finding themselves, their lives are completely upended when their 13-year-old brother, ChaseDreams played by Case Walker, becomes incredibly famous overnight. The Other Two will also feature Molly Shannon, who plays the siblings’ fame-ready mother, and Ken Marino (Party Down), as ChaseDreams newly-hired manager.
Episodes of The Other Two will be available the day after premiere on the Comedy Central App and cc.com. In addition, episodes will launch the day after each linear premiere on iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Microsoft Movies & TV, VUDU, Sony PlayStation Video, and Verizon Flexview.
For a more immersive look into the show watch the weekly after show, The Other Show, featuring conversations with the creators and cast. Fans can head to here or follow along on Facebook for exclusive video, behind-the-scenes moments and shareable content inspired by the show.
The Other Two is created by, written by and executive produced by Kelly and Schneider. In addition to Lorne Michaels, Andrew Singer from Broadway Video serves as an executive producer. Broadway Video’s Hilary Marx is a co-executive producer with Kaylani Esparza serving as co-producer. The series is also executive produced by Tony Hernandez of Jax Media. Sarah Babineau, Ari Pearce, and Samantha Schles are the Executives in Charge of Production for Comedy Central.