Dwayne Johnson has announced his comeback to the small screen with the show ‘Young Rock’ on Sunday
According to Fox News, the 48-year-old star dropped the trailer for his upcoming biographical TV show, ‘Young Rock’ which will be a comedy series that narrates three different stages of his life, on his Instagram handle. “Ladies and gents here are your first look at @nbcyoungrock, I really wish my dad was around to see this one. Maaaaan he would’ve been proud.” Dwayne Johnson wrote on his Instagram.
“Every hero has an origin story, but not a full moustache at age 15. It’s The Rock’s true-life story,” he added to the 40-second clip.
In the trailer, fans can see an adolescent Dwayne Johnson played by Bradley Constant telling a young lady his name is Tomas on the grounds that he thought it sounded cooler than Dwayne.
Other fast features show a pre-adolescent Johnson (Adrian Groulx) utilizing his muscles in the exercise centre close by his TV father (Joseph Lee Anderson) and a grown-up Johnson (Uli Latukefu) strolling through a lobby.
Johnson gave an additional sneak peek into ‘Youthful Rock’ in a different Instagram post, as per Fox News.
“Appreciate all your early buzz for our NBC comedy @nbcyoungrock about all the crazy shit that’s been my life throughout the years,” Johnson wrote alongside the post.
“From growing up in the wild (and cutthroat ) world of pro wrestling in the early 80s to being accused of being a high school undercover cop at 15yrs old because I was already 6’4 220lbs with a FULL Magnum PI moustache and driving my own car,” he added.
‘Young Rock’ will stream on NBC on February 16, 2021.