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Netflix orders Shane Gillis' series 'Frames' and more to prepare

Netflix orders Shane Gillis' series 'Frames' and more to prepare

Shane Gillies has sold a comedy series and another special to Netflix. Image courtesy of Netflix
Shane Gillis hosted Saturday Night Live on Saturday. Image courtesy of NBC
Shane Gillis has done sketches on “Saturday Night Live.” Image courtesy of NBC
Shane Gillis and Sarah Sherman did a sketch for “Saturday Night Live.” Image courtesy of NBC
From left, Ego Nwodim, Michael Longfellow and Shane Gillis parody “The Floor” on “Saturday Night Live.” Image courtesy of NBC

February 26 (UPI) — Netflix announced Monday that it has acquired the comedy series Tires By Shane Gillies. The series represents a partnership with the streaming service that includes an upcoming special.

Gillis will play Shane, a man who goes to work for his cousin, Will's (Steven Gerben) auto repair company. Netflix has ordered six episodes of the series Tires.


Gillis and Gerben co-created Tires With McKeever, with whom Gillis runs Dad Sick Productions. McIver directs, writes and executive produces all three.

Chris O'Connor, Kaylah Fox and Stavros Halkias also star. Andrew Schultz will appear as a guest.

Netflix has streamed Gillis' 2023 special Beautiful dogs. Gillis will perform live at the Netflix Comedy Festival on May 4-8 in Los Angeles.

Host Gillis on Saturday Saturday Night Liveyears after he was fired before appearing in the cast shortly after being hired by the show.

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