'Powers' gets a premiere, Will Arnett stays at Netflix and more
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"The Millers" may have been abruptly cancelled this fall, but Will Arnett is ready to get back into the series game in a familiar home.
Netflix announced this week that it has ordered eight episodes of "Flaked," a comedy series that will premiere in 2016.
Arnett will play a self-appointed guru who falls for his best friend's girl and is forced to stay ahead of his own web of lies.
"Flaked" was co-created by Arnett and Mark Chappell.
This continues Arnett's relationship with Netflix, also the home to the fourth season of "Arrested Development" and to his vocal star turn in "Bojack Horseman."
"We're very excited to partner with Netflix-- the home of original, original content -- and the network I knew would be the ideal home for this passion project," Arnett states.