Watch the Wrong Mans trailer below:
Writers and stars Corden and Mathew Baynton (Horrible Histories, Spy, Gavin & Stacey) play council workers Sam and Phil in the comedy thriller, which finds the two ordinary guys caught up in a kidnap and crime thriller.
The six-part series, which has been snapped up by streaming service Hulu in the Us, was originally devised by Corden and Baynton when they starred together on Gavin & Stacey.
Watch the first clip of The Wrong Mans below:
Inspired by American box set dramas such as 24 and the Coen Brothers movie Burn After Reading, the series blends traditional British sitcom humour with action movie-style thrills.
The Wrong Mans will air in the autumn on BBC Two. »
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