Seth MacFarlane’s Ted will return in a streaming prequel series

She will tell us about the normal life of the teddy bear, after fame, with her friend John, 16 years old.

Six years after the release of Ted 2 At the movie theater, Seth MacFarlane pulls out his comforter. The overly cute and overly rude little teddy bear will be back, but this time on TV. The Peacock platform has ordered a spin-off series, thought of as a prequel.

Clearly, it will be about the origins of Teda story set before the events of the first film, which will take us back to 1993, to tell in detail the months “following the moments of glory of Ted“. The series will focus on “his life with his best friend, 16-year-old John Bennett, who lives in a working-class house in Boston with his parents and cousin”, reads the official synopsis. “Ted may not have the best influence on John, but at the end of the day, Ted is willing to take risks to help his friend and family.”

Seth MacFarlane will direct, write, and executive produce all episodes alongside co-showrunners, writers, and executive producers Paul Corrigan and Brad Walsh (Modern Family).

In addition, he will be back in the cast to voice the teddy bear, alongside new actors: Giorgia Whigham (The Punisher, 13 Reasons Why), Max Burkholder (parenthood) and Scott Grimes (Tea Orville).

Recall that the two films have grossed more than 750 million dollars worldwide.

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