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He’s not a fully fledged Avenger yet and his patron Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) encourages him to stick for the time being to being “a friendly, neighbourhood Spider-Man.” When he is not in costume (and sometimes when he is), he hangs out with his best friend Ned (Jacob Batalon), a roly-poly figure who holds super-heroes in awe.
The police theorize that such knowledge could only come from the "inside" and they decide to arrest him as a suspect.
The talk series, which had previously debuted new episodes on Sony’s ad-supported streaming service Crackle, will bring 24 new episodes exclusively to Netflix starting in late 2017, with subsequent installments coming in 2018 and further forward in time.
The move is part of a multi-faceted production deal Seinfeld has inked with Netflix that will also include two new stand-up specials filmed exclusively for the streaming service.
News of the deal comes mere days after the announcement that Sony Entertainment chief Michael Lynton was leaving the company for Snap, Inc.; itself preceded by Sony TV head Steve Mosko’s departure in June 2016.
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The series stars James Roday as Shawn Spencer, a young crime consultant for the Santa Barbara Police Department whose "heightened observational skills" and impressive detective instincts allow him to convince people that he solves cases with psychic abilities.
It is produced by Franks and Tagline Television's Chris Henze and Kelly Kulchak.
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The story has a local feel and is all the better for it.
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