Mike Myers is back—and there’s more than enough of him to go around.

The new Netflix series is his. The Pentaverate (premiering May 5), follows a secret society of five men called the Pentaverate that has been influencing world events for the greater good since the Black Plague of 1347. The streamer said that as the series began, a Canadian journalist found himself on a mission “to uncover the truth” and maybe even save the world.

Myers, of course, plays the journalist—along with seven other characters, including New England conspiracy theorist Anthony Lansdowne, far-right radio host Rex Smith, the Pentaverate’s oldest and highest-ranking member Lord Lordington, ex-Russian oligarch Mishu Ivanov and former rock-n-roll manager Shep Gordon.

Myers will receive some help from his co-stars. Keegan-Michael KeyHe plays Dr. Hobart Clark the tech genius Ken JeongSkip Cho, a casino mogul, is played by. Debi MazarPatty Davis is Patty, Pentaverate executive assistant.

Legendary actor Jeremy Irons narrates.

Myers produced and created this show. It marks Myers first acting part since 2018. Bohemian Rhapsody.He hosted also the ABC revival The Gong Show from 2017—2018.