Netflix announces mockumentary sequel Death to 2021

The streaming giant has released the first teaser clip for the show with one of the most average citizens alive Gemma Nerrick (Diane Morgan).

Netflix has officially ordered another end of year mockumentary titled Death to 2021

Set to premiere on 27th December, it will again see a variety of actors and comedians taking a look at all of the major events of the past 12 months through real archival footage. 

The first teaser released today features comedian Diane Morgan’s Gemma Nerrick, statistically one of the world’s five most average citizens, discussing her experiences of online dating during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Hugh Grant is also set to return as British historian Tennyson Foss along with comedian Tracey Ullman as Queen Elizabeth II, Stranger Things’ Joe Keery as millennial Duke Goolies and Bloods’ Samson Kayo as scientist Pyrex Flask

New cast members for this year’s edition include Lucy Liu, Stockard Channing and The Good Place’s William Jackson Harper. It’s not yet known if Laurence Fishburne will reprise his role as the narrator. 

Charlie Brooker on the other hand, whose production company Broke and Bones help develop the show, has confirmed that he’s not returning as the voice of its off-screen director.

Death to 2021 was written by Cunk on Britain’s Ben Caudell and directed by People Just Do Nothing’s Jack Clough and Josh Ruben. 

You can stream Death to 2021 from 27th December on Netflix.

Source: Comedy

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