Shine America, Jack Black’s Electric Dynamite Producing Comedy Series for Yahoo

Jack Black, Molly Shannon and Jason Schwartzmann will cameo in the series, created by Jeremy Konner, Amanda Lund and Maria Blasucci 

Shine America and Jack Black’s Electric Dynamite Productions have partnered to produce “Ghost Ghirls,” a new comedy series that will debut in the Spring on Yahoo! Screen, the web giant’s video portal.

Jeremy Konner, Amanda Lund and Maria Blasucci created the show, which stars Lund and Blasucci as a pair of hapless investigators on the hunt for paranormal activity. It has begun production on a first season of 12 episodes.

Konner, who directed Funny or Die’s “Drunk History” videos, will direct and executive produce with Lund, Blasucci, Black and Priyanka Matoo of Electric Dynamite.

“‘Ghost Ghirls’ is the funniest idea for a TV show that we've seen since I've been in the business,” Black said in a statement. “Jeremy Konner is an electrifying director, and Amanda and Maria are dynamite comedic talents. I'm very proud to be associated with such a powerful project."

Konner, Lund and Blasucci pitched the show to Eletric Dyanmite, which then brought it to Shine America. Shine is funding it.

No numbers were disclosed, but it has “a very healty budget for a digital series,” according to Vivi Zigler, president of Shine 360 and Digital for Shine America.

"This one is pretty broad comedy," Zigler told TheWrap. "There is physical comedy, there’s some very funny situational comedy that occurs."

Yahoo also airs Shine's "Who Knew," a news-focused web series.

Black, whose production company is based in Shine America's office building, will make a cameo in the series. He has also recruited assorted friends and comedians like Molly Shannon and Jason Schwartzman to do the same.

Once Jack starts calling his friends, we almost have a party happening at the set,” Zigler said.

Here's a teaser: