Brett Gelman, the star of Stranger Things, has been given the lead in a new Channel 4 series from the group behind Fleabag, and he's not the only famous person on the board.
Brett, who plays Murray Bauman in Stranger Things, will direct the next dark comedy Entitled alongside the likes of Donald Sumpter from Game of Thrones, Brendan Patricks from Downton Abbey, and Pippa Bennett-Warner from Gangs of London.
Gabe, a conniving American widower, will be told in Entitled, which is forced to get to know his wife's family following her death.
Gabe's quest for closure and truth turns up a newly-inherited fortune and each member of the Beaucroft family's pursuit comes to a head.
While Patricks will play Aston, the oldest child in the family who is "mentally and emotionally prepared for nothing," Sumpter will take on the role of Baron Quincy Beaucroft.
Xanthe Beaucroft will be played by Pippa Bennett-Warner, who has said she's "witty, acerbic" adopted sister, while Mark Quartley (Lucky Man) is the youngest sibling of Gabe, while Jonathan Livingstone (Peacock) is Gabe's self-serving lawyer Neville and Charlotte Louise Arrowsmith (This is Going to Hurt) is the housekeeper and keeper of secrets Miss Whitby.
Kelly Wenham of Merlin will play Elizabeth, Gabe's late wife.
Entitled, which is directed by Tim Kirkby and written by Matt Morgan, receives the Fleabag treatment in the form of creative team Harry Williams, Jack Williams, and Sarah Hammond, who will serve as executive producers on the new series.
Who needs Hawkins, Indiana, and the Upside Down, anyway?
Seasons 1-4 of Stranger Things are now available on Netflix throughout the world.