Netflix Orders Animated Series From Office & King of the Hill Creators


Mike Judge & Greg Daniels have a new animated series called Bad Crimes, starring Nicole Byer & Lauren Lapkus, that’s coming to Netflix.

Greg Daniels and Mike Judge, creators of popular sitcoms such as The Office and King of the Hill, have a new animated series coming to Netflix, called Bad Crimes. Judge and Daniels are no strangers to animated sitcoms. The two creative minds came together to create King of the Hill, one of the most celebrated animated series of all time. In addition to that, Judge and Daniels are known for their work on both Silicon Valley, and Parks and Recreation, respectively.

Now, Netflix has announced that they have ordered a new animated series from Judge and Daniels, called Bad Crimes. Netflix has ordered 10 episodes, and it is the first series from Bandera Entertainment Company, the brand-new production company created by Judge and Daniels. Also at the helm is Bad Crimes‘ creator/executive producer Nicole Silverberg, who was a supervising writer at Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, and executive producer Erica Hayes, whose resume includes Rick and Morty and Big Mouth, among others.


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The new series will star two Netflix alums, comedian Nicole Byer, who hosts the baking competition reality hit Nailed It!, and subsequently was nominated for two primetime Emmy awards for her work, and the hilarious Lauren Lapkus, who made appearances in the streaming giant’s hit show, Orange is the New Black, as well as the films, The Wrong Missy, and Between Two Ferns: The Movie.

According to Netflix’s synopsis, “Bad Crimes stars Nicole Byer and Lauren Lapkus as ‘Kara’ and ‘Jennie,’ two FBI agents who travel across the country to solve grisly crimes while juggling their friendship, career ambitions, and as many men as possible.”

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Source: Netflix

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