Art continues to mimic life for Pete Davidson. The comic and former “Saturday Night Live” solid member will quickly star in a comedy sequence impressed by his life. On Oct. 14, Peacock confirmed to POPSUGAR that manufacturing is formally underway for “Bupkis,” a half-hour comedy that will likely be a mix of storytelling with “absurd components from the unfiltered and fully unique worldview for which Pete is well-known.”
Peacock additionally shared a first-look photograph of the sequence that includes Davidson and Academy Award-winner Joe Pesci, who will play Davidson’s grandfather. Emmy Award-winner Edie Falco is ready to star as Davidson’s mother. This would be the second semi-autobiographical mission for Davidson, who beforehand cowrote and starred in 2020’s “The King of Staten Island,” loosely knowledgeable by his household dynamic and psychological well being struggles.
Davidson’s skilled and private lives will present loads of materials, following a string of high-profile relationships, together with his most up-to-date with Kim Kardashian, and his latest exit from “SNL.” Lorne Michaels is ready to government produce for Broadway Video, whereas showrunner Judah Miller and Dave Sirus are writing and government producing alongside government producers Andrew Singer and Erin David. Jason Orley will direct and co-executive produce as properly. A launch date for “Bupkis” has not been introduced but.