Carell has handled a number of projects since his star-making turn in The Office, toggling between element and TV work. Since leaving the show, he has starred in movies such as The Way Back, The Big Short, and Foxcatcher, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award. He has also been the voice of Gru in the Despicable Me and Minions energized films, and played Mitch Kessler in The Morning Show from Apple TV+ with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.
While Space Force season 1 wasn’t as large of a hit as many had expected, it seems like the showrunners have turned to focus on the more successful aspects and forgoing the things that neglected to send off. Carell is still a strong comedic draw, especially when playing a clueless power figure and the rest of the cast is a fantasy ensemble for a parody show. Whether the lessons learned have paid off is muddled, however viewers can find out for themselves when Space Force season 2 starts streaming on February 18, 2022.
Netflix has now released the trailer for Space Force season 2, which focuses on the ensemble cast still attempting to make heads or tails out of their undertaking to establish the new branch. Pranks, inebriation, ultimatums, sexual tension, drug use, and general absurdity are largely on display in the new trailer, which features the returning cast with some guest stars for sure. Patton Oswalt shows up as an astronaut in space, while Tim Meadows appears as an official who gives Carell and his group five months to demonstrate their value in the Space Force association. Check out the trailer below:
The first trailer for Space Force season 2 has shown up. Steve Carell leads the Netflix ensemble satire series about the first gathering to establish the sixth part of the United States Armed Forces, known as Space Force. The made up show also stars John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Tawny Newsome, Diana Silvers, Jimmy O. Yang, and Don Lake.