Trailer released for Mel Brooks’ Secret History Of The World Part 2

History of the World Part II
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Comedy legend Mel Brooks has finally made the promised sequel to The Secret History Of The World, and here’s the trailer.

Stick around for the credits of The Secret History Of The World and you’ll see a trailer for a sequel that never appeared. In Mel Brooks’ typically zany fashion, we see segments like ‘Hitler On Ice’ and ‘A Viking funeral’

Now, over 40 years later, The Secret History Of The World Part 2 has finally arrived, in the form of a miniseries.

The official synopsis reads:

A sequel 40 years in the making, Mel Brooks’ History of the World Part II. There is finally a sequel to the seminal Mel Brooks film, History of the World Part I, with each episode featuring a variety of sketches that take us through different periods of human history. The trailer showcases historical figures including Jesus, Noah, Harriet Tubman, Sigmund Freud, Amelia Earhart, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Graham Bell and Marco Polo, among others

The huge ensemble cast includes: Pamela Adlon, Tim Baltz, Zazie Beetz, Jillian Bell, Ronny Chieng, Rob Corddry, Danny DeVito, David Duchovny, Jay Ellis, Josh Gad, Kimiko Glenn, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Jake Johnson, Richard Kind, Johnny Knoxville, Lauren Lapkus, Jenifer Lewis, Poppy Liu, Joe Lo Truglio, Jason Mantzoukas, Ken Marino, Jack McBrayer, Zahn McClarnon, Charles Melton, Kumail Nanjiani, Brock O’Hurn, Andrew Rannells, Emily Ratajkowski, Sam Richardson, Nick Robinson, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman, Timothy Simons, J.B. Smoove, David Wain, Taika Waititi, Reggie Watts, Tyler James Williams.

96 year old Brooks wrote the series alongside producer David Stassen.

History Of The World Part II will air over four nights from the 6th March on Hulu in the US and is likely to be on the STAR section of Disney+ elsewhere.

Watch the trailer below…


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