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Luckily, we’re not going to have to wait all that long to find out.
  • The question now becomes, what should we expect exactly?
  • The Lonely Island, which is comprised of Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer, made the announcement that they’ve got something dropping at the stroke of midnight on May 23 on Netflix.
  • The Lonely Island rose to fame during their Saturday Night Live days with musical numbers that were released as “Digital Shorts” on the show.

Surprise! The Lonely Island have revealed they’ve got a secret new project coming to Netflix, and it arrives at midnight. Beyond that, we’re mostly left to wonder and speculate as to what this might be.

Luckily, we’re not going to have to wait all that long to find out. In any event, we’re getting some new content from some of the funniest people working in show business right now on the world’s largest streaming service.

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That, in itself, should be enough to get people excited. The question now becomes, what should we expect exactly?

First, here’s what we know for sure. The Lonely Island, which is comprised of Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer, made the announcement that they’ve got something dropping at the stroke of midnight on May 23 on Netflix, via their Twitter account.

The announcement came with a very short teaser that reveals right next to no information, other than the fact that what we are getting is being billed as a “visual poem.” Anyone who is even vaguely familiar with the group’s work knows that could mean just about anything. So let’s speculate wildly, shall we?

The Lonely Island rose to fame during their Saturday Night Live days with musical numbers that were released as “Digital Shorts” on the show. Some of the most notable examples include I’m On a BoatJack SparrowD*** In a Box and Lazy Sunday.

Billing something as a visual poem could easily, and surely will, include music. Perhaps we’re going to get something similar to these old SNL bits? That wouldn’t be at all surprising and could allow for some fun guest stars.

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