Another year, another mockumentary from Golden Globe Award-winning actor and comedian Andy Samberg. Fans of the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star should expect another hilarious mockumentary from Samberg and executive producer Murray Miller, whose credits include "Girls" and "King of the Hill." Like Samberg's previous mockumentary, "7 Days in Hell," the upcoming one-off is titled "Tour De Pharmacy," and nitpicks drug use among athletes, and will again feature a slew of actors and actresses from all nooks and crannies of Hollywood.

Andy Samberg's second mockumentary is still sports-themed

Andy Samberg and Murray Miller previously teamed up to create "7 Days in Hell," which followed Aaron Williams (Samberg) and Charles Poole (Kit Harington) as a pair of professional tennis players who are battling it out for a championship in a match that fictionally went down in history as the longest ever, spanning seven days.

The film follows Samberg's Aaron Williams, who was adopted by Richard Williams, who supposedly raised him with tennis legends Venus and Serena Williams. The film starred a slew of Hollywood stars, including Michael Sheen, Will Forte, Howie Mandel, Jon Hamm, Lena Dunham, and "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" star Karen Gillan as Harington's on-screen girlfriend.

Samberg and Miller reunite for 'Tour De Pharmacy'

Like "7 Days in Hell," "Tour de Pharmacy" will feature a slew of celebrities, including John Cena, "Hamilton" actor Daveed Diggs, "Jurassic Park" star Jeff Goldblum (who is returning to the franchise with "Jurassic World 2"), James Marsden, Kevin Bacon, Will Forte, Maya Rudolph, Mike Tyson, J.J. Abrams, and Lance Armstrong himself. According to Deadline, the film will debut on HBO this July 8, and a trailer has already been released.

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Andy Samberg to return to 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' with season 5

Fans of Andy Samberg were relieved to find out that FOX has renewed the Golden Globe Award-winning comedy, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" for a fifth season. The renewal came a bit late towards the end of the show's fourth season, but was welcomed by both fans and the production behind the series. The show is created by Michael Schur and Dan Goor, both alums of "Parks and Recreation" and "The Office." Samberg was recently seen in the Netflix comedy film "Take the 10," which was released in January, and is also in this July's "Brigsby Bear" from director Dave McCary ("Saturday Night Live). "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is set to return with its fifth season this fall, while "Tour De Pharmacy" will debut on HBO this July 8.