Nick Offermans third season of “Iron Man” has landed him a new co-hosting gig on “Superior Mornings” with his old buddy, “The Rock.”
Offerman, who recently starred in the film “Iron Fist,” joins a cast of comedians, actors, and other comedic stars as co-anchors for the season.
“Superiors Minds” also returns to NBC after being off the air for six years.
“I was a huge fan of the show when it was on the air and I thought it would be a great way to explore my career,” Offerman tells Entertainment Weekly.
“It’s really exciting for me to have the chance to be part of something that’s very much about me.
I’m excited for it and I’m looking forward to being a part of it.”
Offerman is known for his stand-up, but he’s been doing a lot of things in his spare time lately.
He recently joined the “Boys Rising” cast on the series as the new cohost.
“Bitch Power” star Sam Kinison also joined the cast as the host of “Super Mornings,” which will air on the CBS Television Network on Saturday mornings.
The show is part of the CBS Family network.
“This is really exciting,” Offermans wife of eight years, Amy Schumer, tells EW.
“My husband Nick has been a big supporter of the program and he’s really excited for me and the cast to be on it.
It’s a big deal and it’s exciting to be able to be a part.”
“Super” and “Supermornings” have been co-producing a number of upcoming episodes, including the “Iron Hand” season finale.
“The show is just about a new group of people coming together, so it’s going to be very fun,” Offererman says.
“There’s also some fun moments in there, like, for example, the one that had to do with Nick having a crush on a girl and she didn’t like it and Nick is like, ‘Oh my God, I’m dating her.'”
The “Super”-like format of the series is a departure from the norm for the series.
The cast of “Mornings” and Offerman’s “Iron Hands” co-star Kevin Hart are the only guests, and the series has not previously included a guest host.