By Dan Snierson
Updated March 10, 2015 at 12:00 PM EDT

Comedy Central is about to go Big Time. At 10:30 p.m. on March 25, the network will unveil its first serialized comedy, Big Time in Hollywood, FL, which is executive-produced by a big-time player in Hollywood, Calif.: Ben Stiller.

The show centers on two struggling cocksure brothers/wannabe filmmakers named Jack and Ben (Next Time on Lonny‘s Alex Anfanger and Nurse Jackie‘s Lenny Jacobson) who learn that they’re being booted out of the house by their parents, so they try to scam their folks out of $20,000 to pursue their warped big-screen dreams. They tap a self-serious actor (played by guest-star Stiller) to help with their dirty deed, but soon things spiral out of control and the brothers find themselves in all kinds of drama and danger, including but not limited to making a movie with Cuba Gooding Jr. Also, there is a bedroom scene involving a woman and a simian.

We reported, now you decide. Get your first look at the trailer below. (The first episode can be seen now on the Comedy Central App and YouTube.)