Catherine Tate appears as an array of prisoners, a male guard and a rough-around-the-edges older woman in the first-look photos for her new Netflix sitcom Hard Cell.
The show is a documentary-style comedy set in a women's prison, which sees Tate, 53, take on the six lead roles where she looks dramatically different as each person.
One of the characters she plays is prison governor Laura who firmly believes that creativity is the key to rehabilitation - leading her to stage a musical where the inmate cast will be directed by ex-EastEnder Cheryl Fergison, aka Heather Trott.
Tate also reinvents herself as a man for one character, vain prison guard Marco from Essex whose defining moment in life was getting down to the last 32 on Love Island.
Comedian Tate, known for her character Nan who is currently featuring in her own film Nan: The Movie, can be seen as a number of inmates in the sitcom, too.
She'll play popular Ros who idolises her mum and loves her prison wife Suds, naive first-time prisoner Ange who's struggling to adapt to her new environment, and terrifying Big Viv who is violent, unpredictable and loves the Kardashians.
Tate's final character is Ros's tough mum Anne Marie, a scheming ex-con who only visits her daughter when she's run out of money and needs to take advantage of her.
Netflix has also announced a release date for Hard Cell, which will begin streaming on Tuesday, 12 April.
The series will be six 30-minute episodes and the rest of the cast also features Fergison as herself.
Tate, who is known for playing multiple characters in the same programme after finding fame with her sketch show The Catherine Tate Show, made an awkward appearance as her alter ego Nan on ITV's Loose Women on Monday lunchtime.
She continued to name Loose Women panellists who she liked but who weren't there in answer to nearly every question as the Monday panellists eventually ran out of responses.
Hard Cell begins streaming on Tuesday, 12 April on Netflix.
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