Kyle Mooney's Live Action-Animation Hybrid Saturday Morning All Star Hits! Will Bring The Crazy To Netflix

NBC's "Saturday Night Live" is known for its ability to launch the careers of comedians who are trying to make it in Hollywood – from classic stars like Eddie Murphy and Bill Murray to newer cast members like Beck Bennett and Kate McKinnon. Indeed, "SNL" has emerged as the place where professional comics often go to cut their teeth on the big stage.

Kyle Mooney is another young star who has appeared on "SNL" for several years now. Mooney, 37, joined the cast of the NBC sketch comedy series in 2013 and has appeared as a series regular since then (via IMDb). Throughout his time on the series, Mooney has performed notable impersonations of media personalities like Jim Acosta and Neil Cavuto, as well as politicians like 2016 presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee and Senators Tom Cotton and John Kennedy.

Like most stars of "SNL," Mooney has also done a fair amount of work outside of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. For instance, in 2016, Mooney made an appearance in "Zoolander 2" and, two years later, he starred in Season 5 of "Arrested Development." He has also done a fair amount of voice work, lending his voice to characters in animated series like "Bob's Burgers" and "Rick and Morty" (via IMDb). 

A new announcement from Netflix makes it clear that Mooney won't be shying away from animation any time soon either, but his next project will look a bit different than fans might expect.

Kyle Mooney's new series will parody 1980s and 1990s cartoons

According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Saturday Night Live" star Kyle Mooney is teaming up with Ben Jones of Bento Box Entertainment to produce a live action-animation hybrid series for Netflix. The new series, titled "Saturday Morning All Star Hits!," is said to be "wildly irreverent and slightly disturbing" and is designed as an adult parody of the children's cartoons that aired in the 1980s and '90s.

Mooney will appear in the live action portions of the show as a set of twins named Skip and Treybor. In the series, the siblings host a Saturday morning show. Additional producers on the project include "Saturday Night Live" creator Lorne Michaels, as well as Andrew Singer, Katy Jenson, Scott Greenberg, Joel Kuwahara, Dave McCary, and Scott Gairdner. Deadline reports that the series will run for a total of eight episodes. 

"Saturday Morning All Star Hits!" will be released by Netflix on December 10.