Who is in the cast of Q-Force on Netflix?
This week, Netflix will broadcast Q-FORCE, a superhero comedy starring LGBQT+ people. Who will play the main characters in the new animated sitcom?
Sean Hayes and Michael Schur, the creators of The Office, Parks and Recreation, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, are behind Q-Force. The American Intelligence Agency (AIA) dispatched Steve Merryweather to West Hollywood to disappear when he came out as gay, and the Netflix series will follow him. Instead, he formed his own LGBQT+ superhero squad, but the agency only approves it after Agent Buck, a straight man, joins them. Here’s everything you need to know about the show’s voiceover talent.
Steve Merryweather, often known as Agent Mary, is in charge of the team of LGBTQ+ misfits.
Sean Hayes, an actor, comedian, producer, and founder of Q-Force, will play him.
Hayes is best known for his role in the NBC sitcom Will and Grace as Jack McFarland.
Hayes received an American Comedy Award, four SAG Awards, a Primetime Emmy, and six Golden Globe nominations for his role in the comedy.
Lorraine fans are concerned about Michael Parkinson’s appearance.
Dirk Chunley, the director of AIA, isn’t exactly a fan of Q-Force, but he reluctantly lets them carry out their heroic tasks.
Gary Cole, who has been in a slew of films and television shows over the years, provides his voice.
Midnight Caller, The Brady Bunch Movie, American Gothic, Office Space, Suits, The West Wing, and Desperate Housewives are just a few of them.
Cole’s voice can be heard in The Penguins of Madagascar, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, Kim Possible, Big Mouth, and Bob’s Burgers, among other animated series.
Agent Rick Buck, Q-newest Force’s recruit, is the sole reason for their approval.
Agent Buck, as the team’s sole straight agent, will need some time to adjust to his new job.
Agent Buck is played by David Harbour, who is best known for his role as Jim Hopper in Netflix’s sci-fi thriller Stranger Things.
His other efforts include Revolutionary Road, Hellboy, and Suicide Squad.
In September 2020, he married singer Lily Allen in Las Vegas.
As he shuts off GMB’s Sean Fletcher, he’s cleverly annoyed.
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