Mae Martin is back in business with Netflix.
Streamer’s Feel Good Rising Canadian Star of Comedy has received Tall Pines
a limited series order, a suspense thriller starring and starring Martin alongside Ryan Scott.
Tall Pines , also created and executive produced by Martin, will be set in an idyllic but sinister A small town that explores the insidious weaknesses of the “troubled teen industry” and the perpetual struggle between one generation and the next in the setting of the novel.
Netflix Canada has ordered eight episodes of Tall Pines and will be produced by Sphere Media and Objective Fiction, which also Bringing Feel Good to Netflix. Martin wrote and starred in Feel Good, semi-autobiographical comedy originally commissioned by Channel 4.
Netflix has renewed the
comedy after an impressive critical response The second and final season. In addition to another comedy special set to debut on streaming this year, Martin previously had an hour-and-a-half scene in Comedians of the World .
Martin also appeared on Netflix’s Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration special, recorded on Netflix It’s a joke: festivals. Tall Pines will be executive produced by Ben Farrell, Hannah Mackay, Jennifer Kawaja and Bruno Dubé.
“The Tall Pines is a story I’ve been dying to tell for years and I’m so excited that people will See what we have in stock! It’s going to be a wild roller coaster and very different from anything I’ve done before,” Martin said in a statement about the limited series, which will be filmed in Canada.
Sphere Media is also producing a new season of the HBO Max/CBC comedy , and The Sticky, a half-hour limited series in partnership with Blumhouse and Amazon. Objective Fiction is part of Objective Media Group, an All3Media company.