BRAND new series Pam & Tommy has just announced a hilariously unexpected casting of a penis.
Yes, Tommy Lee's very own genitalia has been cast independently, to ensure details are as perfect as possible.
The series will take a look at the infamous relationship of actress Pamela Anderson and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee.
In the series, Tommy has a deep chat with his member, after he fells in love with Pamela.
The hilarious moment is taken from his very own autobiography Tommyland, and his 'penis' even has its own voice – none other than Jason Mantzoukas.
Robert Siegel, the writer of the series, explained that: "as much as I'd like to take credit for that, I was simply adapting a chapter from [Lee's] memoir.
"I think it might be a first [for television]."
He continued: "There was gentle pushback, because you've got to push back a little when a talking penis is presented to you. But Hulu was extremely supportive."
The writer added that the scene was awkward to film, and that they'd even had to enlist the help of FOUR puppeteers.
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He explained: "You've got four puppeteers working with an animatronic penis.
"And then, how much is too much, and do you start to lose his emotional torment of what's going on? Hopefully it works."
The series stars Lily James as Pamela Anderson and Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee.
Sebastian has spoken about the very bizarre scene, explaining that: "by the end of it, I treated it like it was an intimate buddy conversation that one might have when they're falling in love."
Pam & Tommy is set to release in February, and will take a look at the scandalous sex tape leak from the 90s.
Pam & Tommy premieres on Hulu on February 2, 2022. UK viewers will be able to catch the first two episodes on the same day on Disney+.
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