Adam Devine Chases A Capella Stardom in Trailer for ‘Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin’ (Video)

Elizabeth Banks executive produces the Peacock series, with Sarah Hyland and Jameela Jamil co-starring

“Pitch Perfect”s biggest personality Bumper Allen (Adam Devine) is taking his show on the road – and across international waters – in the new trailer for Peacock’s “Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin” series.

Picking up several years after the timeline of the trilogy of “Pitch Perfect” movies, “Bumper in Berlin” kicks off when Devine’s character receives word that he’s a viral sensation in Germany thanks to his singing TikToks. “Move to Berlin and work with me,” a fixture of the Berlin music scene named Peter (Flula Borg) tells him. “I can make you a star.”

Once he makes the move, Bumper realizes it won’t be that easy. As he prepares to make his grand debut at Unity Festival – described to him as “the Fourth of July meets the Super Bowl Half-Time Show” – he juggles performance anxiety, rival singers, and falling for his assistant (played by Sarah Hyland).

Executive produced by “Pitch Perfect” actress and “Pitch Perfect 2” director Elizabeth Banks, “Bumper in Berlin” also stars Jameela Jamil and Lera Abova. Megan Amram (“The Good Place”) serves as showrunner, writer, and executive producer.

“To think this journey began over 15 years ago – from the discovery of Mickey Rapkin’s book, to three incredible films, and now a television series. We could never have imagined the life that this story would take on,” said Banks. “This story is about second chances, friendship, and the idea that your dreams can come true in unexpected ways – anywhere in the world, at any point in your life.”

“I am deeply excited to share with you the first season of Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin,” said Amram. “I have been honored to have been brought into the Pitch Perfect fold by Elizabeth Banks. Like many of you, I saw the movies in the theaters a decade ago and laughed my butt off. My toes have still never recovered from how hard I tapped them.”

Additionally, Max Handelman of Brownstone Productions, Paul Brooks and Scott Neimeyer of Gold Circle Films, and Adam Devine serve as executive producers.

The series premieres Nov. 23 on Peacock. NBC will also air the premiere episode on Monday, Nov. 28 after “The Voice.”

Watch the full trailer above.