Adam Devine Goes Abroad To Revive Music Career – Deadline

From the halls of Barden University to the streets of Berlin, Adam Devine takes his pitch perfect The film’s spinoff series, Bumper International, is coming to Peacock.

In a new trailer for Bumper in Berlin Released on Wednesday, Bumper receives a call that his TikTok has gone viral in Germany and invites him to travel abroad to revive his music career. Along the way, it looks like he’ll encounter some culture shock as well as a pop diva rival played by Jamila Jamil.

But after a few mishaps, Bumper begins to embrace this new opportunity with the help of his team, including his assistant Heidi, played by Sarah Hyland, who he may or may not love, and a few new friends. The trailer ends with a pitch perfect Cut off the signature.

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Watch the full trailer below.

Bumper in BerlinSet a few years after the events pitch perfect, from executive producers Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman of Brownstone Productions. Gold Circle Films’ Paul Brooks and Scott Neimier also executive produce with The Devin. Richie Keen will serve as production director and executive producer.

The series is produced by Universal Television, a division of the Universal Studio Group.

“To think this journey began 15 years ago – from discovering Mickey Rapkin’s book to three incredible films and now a TV series. We could never have imagined what kind of life this story would lead to. It was really important to us Bumper in Berlin Fans will recognize it for its irreverent humor and fantastic music, but it’s completely different from what you’ve seen before. We wanted to honor the Barden Bellas and The pitch perfect While the world unfolds into a journey of fresh and quirky characters. The story is about second chances, friendship and the idea that your dreams can come true in unexpected ways — anywhere in the world, at any point in your life,” Banks said in a statement on Tuesday.

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good place Co-writer and producer Megan Amram serves as showrunner and director of the series. She also executive produces.

In her own statement, Amram said: “I hope this show makes you smile, laugh, sing along and ask, why is there an actual German word that translates to ‘a child as tall as three cheeses’? ‘ It’s been an absolute pleasure to do this show. ”

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Bumper in Berlin Premieres on November 23rd at the Peacock. NBC will also air the premiere episode and a sneak peek of episode 2 on November 28 at 10 p.m. Voice.


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