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Netflix’s queer animated comedy ‘Q-Force’ will feature Daddy David Harbour in cishet role

They’re here, they’re queer and they’re going to save the world!

Netflix has revealed their new animated adult comedy Q-Force will be premiering on September 2, and we are gagging, honey!

According to TV Insider, Q-Force will tell the story of Steve Maryweather (voiced by Sean Hayes), a.k.a. Agent Mary, who was once considered the “Golden Boy” of the American Intelligence Agency (AIA) — that was until he came out as gay. Unable to fire him, the agency ships Miss Mary off to West Hollywood to lead an obscure life.

However, instead of keeping a low profile as he was told to, he creates a misfit squad of queer geniuses. Together they form the Q-Force, which includes expert mechanic Deb (voiced by Wanda Sykes), master of drag and disguise Twink (voiced by Matt Rogers), and hacker Stat (voiced by Patti Harrison).

And, if that wasn’t enough, they have also revealed that Daddy Bear David Harbour will be joining the voice cast! 

After the Q-Force waits a decade for their first mission, the agency reluctantly approves to upgrade the squad to Active Secret Agents. In order to do this, however, they will have to allow the cishet Agent Rick Buck (voiced by Harbour) to the mix. 

An animated adult comedy about queer secret agents featuring Daddy Bear David?! WOOF! We’re in! 

Other featured voices include AIA head Director Dirk Chunley (Gary Cole), Deputy Director V (Laurie Metcalf), and the voice of show creator Gabe Liedman, who will voice the character Benji, a love interest of Agent Mary’s. The series has been given a 10-episode order from Netflix, and is executive produced by Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner, Ben Heins, Mike Schur, and David Miner.

Q-Force will premiere on Netflix September 2! Check out the trailer below!

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