Christine Taylor also will be part of the recurring cast

By Dan Snierson
Updated May 03, 2016 at 06:29 PM EDT
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The Search Party just expanded.

TBS announced on Tuesday that four famous faces have signed on for recurring roles in the mystery comedy: Rosie Perez, Ron Livingston, Parker Posey, and Christine Taylor. Broad City‘s Brandon Micheal Hall will also join the cast, as a series regular.

Counting Wet Hot American Summer co-mastermind Michael Showalter among its executive producers and Arrested Development star Alia Shawkat in its cast, Search Party centers on a quartet of twentysomethings who get all wrapped up in a menacing mystery when a college acquaintance named Chantal vanishes.

Perez plays a realtor who finds herself in grave danger as she knows critical information about Chantal, Livingston guests as a private detective who looks out for Dory (Shawkat) while hunting for Chantal. Posey pops up as the boss of an artisinal boutique “which turns out to be much more sinister than expected,” and Taylor plays Dory’s wealthy employer who “revels in getting the scoop on her hunt for Chantal.” Meanwhile, Hall has been cast as Julian, a journalist who used to date Dory, and he is out for the truth at all costs.

The show will debut later this year.

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