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Edie Falco to play Pete Davidson’s mother
On Monday, Nurse Jackie alumnus confirmed that Edie Falco will star in an upcoming Peacock series called Bupkis during the 2022 NBCUniversal Upfront event. In the comedy series, she will play Pete Davidson’s mother in a dramatized version of her life. “I’m delighted to be playing your mother on this show, Pete,” Falco, 58, added, according to Deadline. “Finally, I play a stressed out mother of two who lives in a corrupt environment. Out of Staten Island this time.”
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Pete Davidson, 28, also attended the event with Flaco and joked that Bupkis was an original Peacock series. “I can’t believe we’re going to be at Peacock, the streaming service responsible for so many great shows like MacGruber and Office reruns,” added Pete Davidson. “So keep an eye out for our upcoming schedule on ‘Cock.’ Bupkis was placed directly for series order last month. The Saturday Night Live cast will co-write with longtime collaborators Dave Sirus and Judah Miller. The trio, SNL founder Lorne Michaels He will also serve as the executive producer on the project.
“With his sharp, one-of-a-kind humor and honest perspective, Pete Davidson is one of today’s most sought-after comedians,” said Susan Rovner, chief of entertainment programming at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. As Peacock continues to develop our comedy portfolio, ‘Bupkis’ will highlight Pete’s witty, shocking and uncensored humor that fans are increasingly fascinated by.” “We look forward to working with our colleagues at Lorne Michaels, Broadway Video and Universal Television,” said Rovner.
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Pete Davidson is a successful figure
Pete Davidson has found success as a stand-up comedian and a member of the SNL cast. On the other hand, her personal life attracted media attention due to her famous dating life. “I had to face these things head-on that I had avoided for so long,” he said, referring to the semi-autobiographical film on CBS Sunday Morning in June 2020. “I honestly wanted this to be a cleaning experience for me,” she said.