Steve Carell to Star Opposite Tina Fey in Netflix’s “The Four Seasons”

Steve Carell at the
Steve Carell at the "Beautiful Boy" film premiere in October 2018. Photo by Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock (9918557be)

Steve Carell and Tina Fey are two of the biggest comedy stars of their generation, and their next collaboration is just around the corner. The Office star will join 30 Rock actress in Netflix’s TV adaptation of the hit 80s movie The Four Seasons.

Created by Fey and 30 Rock alums Lang Fisher and Tracey Wigfield, this series draws inspiration from the 80s classic starring Alan Alda, Carol Burnett, Rita Moreno, and Jack Weston. The original film followed three couples who go on a vacation by each other’s side every season until an unexpected divorce deteriorates their plans for a peaceful holiday.

This won’t be the first collaboration between Carell and Fey, but it’s been over a decade since we’ve seen them join forces. While The Office and 30 Rock were still on the air, this duo teamed up for a rom-com Date Night from 2010, directed by Shawn Levy. Despite mixed reviews, the film found box office success, earning $152.3 million against a $55 million budget.

The Four Seasons will mark Carell’s first collaboration with Netflix since his workplace comedy Space Force was canceled after two seasons. His recent TV credits also include Hulu’s physiological thriller mini-series The Patient and the Apple TV+ drama The Morning Show.