Sebastian Stan's Pam & Tommy series to be broadcast in the UK on Star

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang/WireImage - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang/WireImage - Getty Images

Marvel star Sebastian Stan's upcoming comedy-drama series Pam & Tommy has finally landed a UK broadcaster, ahead of its 2022 release.

While the show – which also features Long Shot's Seth Rogen, Orange is the New Black's Taylor Schilling and Mamma Mia's Lily James – is set to stream on Hulu in the US when it is released later this year, it will be available via the Disney+ channel Star on this side of the pond.

Directed by Cruella's Craig Gillespie and based on the romance between former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, the controversial outing sees James and Stan step into the titular roles.

Photo credit: Hulu
Photo credit: Hulu

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According to Hulu, it focuses more specifically on celebrity's first ever viral video – the duo's infamous sex tape.

All episodes were written by Rob Siegel (The Founder) and DV DeVincentis (American Crime Story). Andrew Dice Clay (Entourage), Pepi Sonuga (Ash vs. Evil Dead), Spenser Granese (Mayans MC), Mozhan Marnò (The Blacklist) and Parks and Recreation's Nick Offerman round out the cast.

When Stan and James shared their physical transformations on social media last month, fans could hardly believe how alike they were to the real-life figures they're portraying.

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In snaps, Stan (who is perhaps best known for playing Bucky Barnes aka the Winter Soldier in several MCU titles) has been seen sporting dark hair, a goatee, several fake tattoos and a nipple ring.

Meanwhile, James has been spotted wearing a black, lace-up leather-looking halter top, blue contacts and a bleach blonde wig.

She has also been papped on set donning Anderson's iconic red swimsuit.

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