Megyn Kelly-Produced Comedy ‘Embeds’: Watch First Trailer (Video)

Scripted show is set in the world of political media

Want to know what it’s like to cover candidates on the campaign trail?

Complex Networks’ Seriously.TV is set to debut “Embeds,” a scripted comedy set in the world of political media.

And the show is executive produced by someone with insider knowledge on the topic: Megyn Kelly, who recently announced she is leaving Fox for NBC News.

Michael De Luca and Scott Conroy join Kelly as executive producers for the series — which is inspired by Conroy’s and co-creator Peter Hamby’s experiences as journalists for CBS News and CNN on the road with Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin’s presidential campaigns.

The show’s first trailer (above) offers a first peek at the array of absurdities that can happen on the road during a candidate’s many stump stops.

“Embeds” premieres on Jan. 18 on mobile TV network go90.

It’s been quite a week for Kelly, who shocked the media industry when it was announced she would leave Fox News after 12 years for a new gig at NBC News. She turned down $100 million to leave Fox News and her role at NBC News is currently undefined.

Fox News moved quickly, naming Tucker Carlson her replacement in the coveted 9 p.m. timeslot in between ratings heavyweights Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity. “The Kelly File” finished 2016 as the second most-watched show in cable news, behind only “The O’Reilly Factor.”

“Embeds” would be smart to pull material from the real-life news network drama.

Kelly’s last night on Fox News is scheduled for tonight.

Check out the video above.