Questions started arising after some viewers claimed that they saw Pete Davidson in Netflix's The Pentaverate. However, Pete is not part of the show. The Pentaverate, created and written by Mike Myers, was released on May 5, 2022, and people are curious to know about the show which highlights the secret society with its unique theories. Follow the article to know about The Pentaverate's full cast and Pete Davidson talking about Kanye West in Netflix Is a Joke Fest.
The Pentaverate, a Netflix comedy series, follows the adventures of old-timey Canadian journalist Ken Scarborough as he becomes involved with an ancient order that controls the planet. The journalist, who was seeking a ground-breaking story, is unexpectedly confronted by an all-powerful organization. The destiny of the planet then falls on Ken's shoulders due to an ongoing power struggle within The Pentaverate's leadership.
The conspiracy-centric show, created and directed by Mike Myers, is a treasure trove for fans of the funny actor's brand of comedy. Myers' amusing performances (as eight characters!) on the show have also been praised by critics. Similarly, many viewers claimed that one of the characters looked like Pete Davidson and are wondering if he really was in the show. Well, here is detailed information about Pete's appearance and the full cast of the show.
Previously, we touched on the narrator, Nuts Deep, and MENTOR's voice.
The Pentaverate: Is Pete Davidson in the Netflix Comedy Series?
Mike Myers was itching to make something after a decade away from the spotlight. So he created and wrote The Pentaverate, a Netflix comedy series about an Illuminati-like secret society that has been influencing world events for the greater good since the Black Plague in 1347.
Not only does Myers play Scarborough, but he also plays a total of eight characters. Despite the fact that it appears to be a difficult assignment, he said on Jimmy Kimmel Live on May 3 that it was not that much of a stretch for him, noting the various parts he'd portray in a single Saturday Night Live show.
But Myers isn't doing everything in the Pentaverate cast. Several comedic superstars have joined him. The full cast includes Mike Myers himself, Lydia West, Richard McCabe, Jeremy Irons, Debi Mazar, Keegan-Michael Key, Ken Jeong, and Jennifer Saunders.
However, Pete Davidson is not a part of this Netflix project. Some fans might have noted one of the characters in the show as him. We, humans, do have different faces but sometimes two or more people tend to match each other's physical appearance.
And as we're all aware of how much Pete is in the limelight after his relationship with Kim Kardashian, some people may have seen Pete Davidson everywhere with all the news about him in their heads.
Therefore, Pete Davidson is certainly not a part of Netflix's The Pentaverate. However, he recently talked about his situation with Kanye West at Netflix Is a Joke Fest. Interested? Follow the information given below.
Netflix Is a Joke Fest: Pete Davidson Talks About His Beef With Kanye West!
Pete Davidson, a Saturday Night Live cast member, had a lot to say about girlfriend Kim Kardashian's ex-husband Kanye West.
A spray-tanned Davidson confesses that the last year has been strange during his stand-up set at the Netflix Is a Joke Fest, which can be seen in Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends. He said,
“I don’t get it. A lot of people are very angry at me. It’s always 50-50 when I go outside... either someone’s like, ‘Hey, man, you’re really cool,’ or someone’s like, ‘Ayo, f*ck you! F*ck! You! Yeah, you!"
But it comes with the territory when you're dating one of the world's most renowned women, who recently divorced one of the world's most famous artists of all time. And West hasn't been hesitant to share his thoughts on the relationship. On the other hand, Davidson added,
“I had an AIDS scare this year. And you’re like, ‘Pete, wow. What’s going on in your life? Are you sharing needles? Are you doing h*roin? Are you having tons of unprotected sex?’ No. Kanye told me I had AIDS. And he’s a genius, so I was like, ‘Oh, f*ck.’ I was like, ‘I better call my doctor. The guy who made College Dropout thinks I have AIDS.’”
"I just look like I have it," Davidson assured the sold-out audience after a doctor confirmed he doesn't have AIDS. While his friends and relatives are unable to provide Davidson any guidance on his tenuous position, Davidson looks to be amusing about it.
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