The American Comedy Central show, “The Daily Show,” has officially announced that it will be producing a new comic book series about a cartoon character called “nerdy” that was inspired by cartoon character Tom Selleck.
The series, which is being directed by Jeff Schaffer, will star “The Simpsons” writer and producer Tim Meadows.
“The Last Jedi” star Daisy Ridley will be the narrator of the new series.
The character is a nerd who wears a shirt with a cartoon cartoon character on it.
“This is a show about an important, influential character that I love and have been a huge fan of,” Meadows said.
“It’s about the power of art, the power to tell stories, the joy of comedy, the magic of friendship, the beauty of people, and the heartbreak of losing a loved one.
“Our show is a critical part of the culture that makes up American culture. “
If you’re a fan of the show, please support the project,” Meadows added.
“Our show is a critical part of the culture that makes up American culture.
This is a series that I hope people love.”
The show, titled “The Nerdy Cartoon,” will premiere on The Daily Show on February 18.
“Nerd” has appeared on The Simpsons, “Louie,” “Mallrats,” “South Park,” and “Cheers.”
Meadows also previously worked on the sitcom “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and was a writer on “MTV’s The Real World.”
“The First Nerdy Comic Book is coming soon,” Meadows tweeted on Tuesday.