Cuba Gooding Jr., Michael Madsen and Keith David have joined the cast of Comedy Central's new series Big Time in Hollywood, FL.

The series centers on two delusional brothers and wannabe filmmakers (Alex Anfanger and Lenny Jacobson) who are kicked out of the house by their parents (Stephen Tobolowsky and Kathy Baker), forcing them to go on a quest to pursue their version of the American dream.

Cuba Gooding Jr. will star in six of the 10 Season 1 episodes as a fictionalized version of himself, while Michael Madsen is playing a former cop turned alcoholic detective in four episodes, who is hired by the brothers' parents to track their criminal activity. Keith David portrays a federal agent investigating drug cartel movements in Hollywood, FL, with the actor appearing in six episodes.

Alex Anfanger and Dan Schimpf wrote the pilot script, with Ben Stiller serving as executive producer through his Red Hour Films company. Production is currently under way in Los Angeles, with a 2015 debut slated on Comedy Central.