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July 15, 2016 at 08:15 PM EDT

Andy Samberg and HBO are reuniting to skewer the sports world again.

The premium cable network has made a production commitment for Samberg and Murray Miller’s Tour de Pharmacy, a mockumentary taking on blood-doping scandals in professional cycling, EW has confirmed.

The project marks the follow-up to Samberg and Miller’s tennis satire 7 Days in Hell, which aired on HBO last year.

Pharmacy is currently being cast, but so far Samberg is attached to star alongside Hamilton actor Daveed Diggs and English actress Julia Ormond, as well as Phylicia Rashad, Will Forte, Dolph Lundgren, John Cena, Mike Tyson, and Nathan Fielder.

Miller is writing, and he and Samberg will executive produce via their Legends of Sports Banner. Jake Szymanski (Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates) is directing and serving as a co-executive producer.

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