Amazon is taking a leaf out of Netflix's book by signing some of the talent behind one of its biggest hits.
It's commissioned the people behind animated comedy 'BoJack Horseman' to make 'Undone', its first half-hour animated series.
The 'BoJack' team of Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Kate Purdy, Noel Bright and Steve Cohen will work on the series. They'll be joined by Tommy Pallotta ('A Scanner Darkly').
The show will focus on Alma, played by Rosa Salazar ('The Maze Runner') who, following a car crash, discovers a "new relationship with time". What does that mean? We've no idea. But it apparently helps her to find out the truth behind her father's death.
Angelique Cabral ('Life in Pieces') plays Alma's sister.
As the subject matter suggests, this will have a darker tone than 'BoJack Horseman', which followed a horse who was a washed-up, alcoholic actor. Though it's still pitched as a comedy, so expect some laughs.
'Undone' will air on Amazon Prime Video next year.