Killing It: Peacock reveals Craig Robinson comedy series cast – canceled + renewed TV shows

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Craig Robinson’s series, To kill him, now has its cast. The comedy will now star Claudia O’Doherty, Rell Battle, Scott MacArthur, Stephanie Nogueras, Wyatt Walter and Jet Miller in addition to Robinson. The series follows the life of Robinson’s character.

The series was previously untitled. Viewers will see 10 half-hour episodes, which are filmed in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Peacock revealed more about the upcoming comedy series in a press release.

TO KILL HIM is a comedy about class, capitalism, and one man’s quest to make the American dream come true. And also to hunt very large snakes.


CRAIG ROBINSON (The Office, Brooklyn Nine-Nine) will play Craig, a man who will do anything to make his American dream come true, or even participate in a state-sponsored python hunt.
CLAUDIA O’DOHERTY (Love, shipwreck) will play Jillian, an unlucky Uber driver who introduces Craig to the weird world of snake hunting.
RELL BATTLE (Black-ish, the good doctor) will play Isaiah, Craig’s younger brother, whose version of the American Dream is much less legal than Craig’s.
SCOTT MACARTHUR (The Mick, the right gems) will play Brock, a rival snake hunter and aspiring social media star.
STEPHANIE NOGUERAS (The good fight, reversed at birth) will play Camille, Craig’s ex-wife with whom he awkwardly co-parent their pre-teen daughter, Vanessa.
WYATT WALTER (Son of thunder) will play Corby, Brock’s teenage son and reluctant cameraman.
JET MILLER (Bethany, Young Dylan) will play Vanessa, Craig’s daughter who idolizes her father, but wants nothing to do with snake hunting.

A premiere date for this series will be announced at a later date.

What do you think? Will you check To kill him on Peacock?

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