Patton Oswalt, Debra Wilson, Phil LaMarr, and Wayne Knight have all been cast in the “Among Us” animated series currently in the works at CBS Studios.

CBS Eye Animation Productions and game developer Innersloth are behind the series. The game follows the colorful members of a starship crew have been replaced by an alien shapeshifter intent on causing confusion, sabotaging the ship, and killing everyone. Players must root out the ‘Impostor(s)’ or fall victim to their murderous tendencies.

Oswalt will voice ‘White’, a wealthy contest winner. Wilson will voice ‘Yellow’, the ship’s prank-pulling cook. LaMarr will play ‘Brown’, the chilled second cook. Knight will play ‘Lime’, an engineer and doomsday conspiracy theorist.

They join a cast that currently includes Dan Stevens, Liv Hewson, Kimiko Glenn, Randall Park, Yvette Nicole Brown, Elijah Wood, and Ashley Johnson.

Owen Dennis is the creator and executive producer of the project under his overall deal with CBS Studios. Also executive producing are Forest Willard, Marcus Bromander, Carl Neisser, Chris Prynoski, Shannon Prynoski, Antonio Canobbio, and Ben Kalina.

Titmouse (“Star Trek: Lower Decks”) will serve as the animation studio for the series and no network or streaming service is currently attached.

Source: Variety

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