YouTube has ordered a six-episode run of the comedic sci-fi anthology series Weird City, from co-creators Jordan Peele and Key & Peele writer Charlie Sanders. Each episode of the show will feature an exploration into an issue that pertains to present day life, which can only be told through the lens of comedy and sci-fi. Weird City will make its debut on YouTube Premium next year.

"Writer/creator Charlie Sanders and I collaborated on some ‘Key & Peele’ sketches that took on everything from the ‘Black Republicans’ to ‘Continental Breakfasts’ to ‘Family Matters’,” Peele said, per Variety. “Now, with YouTube, we present a series of comedy-driven twisted-ass science fiction stories that take place in a world close to ours but just a little bit off."

Following the critical and box office success of the 2017 social thriller Get Out, Peele has been able to attach himself and his production company Monkeypaw Productions to a number of innovative and intriguing projects. Aside from an upcoming Lorena Bobbitt documentary, Amazon picked up The Hunt, a drama series centered around a Nazi-hunting group called The Hunters living in New York City in the 1970s.

Earlier this month, Amazon Studios inked Peele to a first-look TV deal, which allows for the company to get first dibs at any project backed by Monkeypaw Productions. Back in December, The Twilight Zone reboot, which has been backed by Peele, among others, was greenlit and will air on CBS All Access.