A “Honey” star’s newest TV show, premiering Friday on Showtime, will take viewers back to her hometown of Atlanta to watch her husband, Jim, get married.
In the new episode, titled “A Sweet Wedding,” “Huck” is the bride and the groom.
The episode will air on Wednesday, March 4 at 9 p.m.
EDT, with the new season scheduled to air on April 1.
“Hucking” star Michael Shannon will reprise his role as Jim, who has become a popular character on the show and was a guest star in the recent season finale.
“It was such a joy and such an honor to be able to come back to Atlanta, and get to do what I love most, which is share my love of life with my family,” Shannon said in a statement.
“The show will bring together my family and friends and the world, and it will be a true reflection of how close we are, and how far we’ve come together.”
Shannon and his wife, Terri, were married last year.
Shannon, 36, said the show will be “about the whole family and how it feels to have everything be yours.”
“I can’t wait to be back in Atlanta and show my kids how special this town is,” Shannon added.
Shannon said he was excited to finally share his experience of being married with his family in Atlanta, saying it will give his kids an opportunity to learn about marriage.
“I have always felt a special connection to Atlanta and this show will allow them to see and be part of that and experience the world through my eyes,” Shannon told Variety.
“In this day and age, it’s all about what people want to see on TV, and my show will give them the chance to experience this experience.”
The show will also bring back the iconic “Hump” music video and the “Hoochie” music clip.
Shannon’s “Hoos” music videos, which starred Shannon as a hapless but loving son who grows up in a household full of hippies and hippie-like characters, have gone on to become classics.
“We will be doing all kinds of fun and goofy stuff and things that are not as easy as you’d think,” Shannon continued.
“And that’s what I like about it, is it’s a little bit of silliness and silliness that’s all good.”