The legendary actor and his brother Brian Doyle-Murray are the co-stars of Extra Innings, an unscripted series set in the world of minor-league baseball that will be distributed through Facebook Watch.
Some celebrity shows are just about that celebrity and their hobby, but Murray had baseball fans in mind with this.
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Judging by footage previewing "Extra Innings", viewers can expect quite a few laughs as the brothers, who are both executive producers, embark upon their journey to visit the St. Paul Saints and Charleston RiverDogs as well as Martha's Vineyard Sharks and the Kansas City T-Bones. They also spend time with the Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. The 10-episode digital series will debut Monday, November 20, with new episodes available weekly on Mondays.
Oso Studios brought the concept to Ricky Van Veen, Facebook's head of global creative strategy in charge of original entertainment content, and "Extra Innings" was greenlit immediately, according to Cornett. The Murray brothers even co-wrote and performed the theme song you hear above, along with former David Letterman bandleader Paul Shaffer.
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The first season of Extra Innings will consist of ten episodes. "It's simple as that", said Cornett, per Variety.
You know the guy's a true fan when he talks about the empty feeling we all have when baseball goes away for six months.
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