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Rowan Atkinson gatecrashes hit Netflix shows in Man vs Bee teaser

Atkinson and his buzzing nemesis visit the sets of Lupin, The Queen's Gambit and Selling Sunset in the new clip.

Man Vs Bee
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Published: Monday, 20th June 2022 at 12:37 pm
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Netflix has released a new teaser for its upcoming comedy series Man vs Bee – which sees Rowan Atkinson's character Trevor Bingley star in several of the streamer's biggest hits.

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"Oh hello, I'm housesitting for you this week," he says at the beginning of the video, before the pesky bee appears on screen and proceeds to terrorise him across a host of familiar locations.

Across the 90-second clip, Trevor and his buzzing nemesis take a trip to the Louvre with Lupin, interrupt a game of chess in The Queen’s Gambit, and hang out with the Fab Five from Queer Eye, before causing havoc in a luxury mansion from Selling Sunset.

And at the end of the teaser, we learn that all the while Trevor has been watched over by none other than The Professor from Money Heist.

Described by Netflix as a "riotous comedy", the series follows Trevor after he lands a new job as a housesitter – with things very quickly taking a turn for the disastrous.

"His first assignment is a luxurious mansion filled with priceless artwork, classic cars, and an adorable dog called Cupcake," the synopsis reads. "But when a bee lands on the scene, can Trevor keep everything under control, or will their raucous rivalry just lead to increasingly disastrous consequences?

"And what irreparable damage will be done in the process? See the chaos unfold in this watch-together zippy comedy series of short-sized episodes."

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Man Vs Bee will be available to stream on Netflix from Friday 24th June 2022. Visit our TV Guide to discover what else you can watch tonight, or find all the latest news on our Drama hub.

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