Keke Palmer And Pete Davidson Star In New Project 'Hit Job'
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Keke Palmer And Pete Davidson Star In New Project 'Hit Job'

Keke Palmer and Pete Davidson star in the new Audible scripted podcast, Hit Job.

According to the press release, the series "follows Brynn Morris (Palmer), an aspiring artist desperate for a job to help her ailing grandmother. As a last resort, she takes a job as an administrative assistant at a company with the motto: 'Do Bad Things for Good Reasons.' Joining forces with her awkward tech nerd of a coworker Geo (Davidson), she unexpectedly gets swept up in a company-wide contest that forces her to question her morals. Having a killer job suddenly takes on a whole new meaning.”

Produced by Broadway Video for Audible, the podcast boasts an ensemble worth a double-take. Max Greenfield, Natasha Lyonne, Mikey Day, Naomi Ekperigin, Matt Bomer, Michelle Collins, Brooke Shields, Bobby Moynihan, Julianne Hough, Aaron Tveit, Tabitha Brown, Tom Bergeron, John Lutz and Okieriete “Oak” Onaodowan all star in the podcast.

Eric Cunningham (The Drew Barrymore Show) is the creator and one of the co-writers along with Lauren Gurganous (Mr. Mayor) and Achilles Stamatelaky (Broad City). Stamatelaky also serves as director for this project.

Palmer who recently nabbed the role in Jordan Peele’s upcoming untitled feature has been busy as of recent on the TV front, as well as releasing her music projects Virgo Tendencies Part I and Virgo Tendencies Part II.

You can listen to the podcast, which has 12 half-hour episodes, now on Audible.