Lin-Manuel Miranda Raps About Ramen in New 'Freestyle Love Supreme' Clip
The musical comedy show comes to Seeso on June 23.
After Lin-Manuel Miranda departs from Broadway hit Hamilton in July, fans who need their fix will be able to find him on NBC streaming service Seeso.
Beginning June 23, the comedy-centric service will exclusively stream episodes of Freestyle Love Supreme, a musical improv show featuring Miranda's improv group of the same name. The series, which was based on live performances in which FLS would turn audience cues into musical numbers, aired on Pivot in 2014. Those episodes will now stream on Seeso along with newly edited material featuring the original cast, which includes Christopher Jackson (Hamilton), Utkarsh Ambudkar (The Mindy Project), Chris Sullivan (The Electric Company) and Anthony Veneziale (The Electric Company).
"It's crazy to think about how long we've been performing as a group," Miranda said. "The number of boy bands we've outlived in that time in staggering! No matter what happens in each of our lives, we all come back to Freestyle Love Supreme. It's our touchstone, and it's gratifying to be able to share this series anew with the world."
Added Veneziale: "The fresh material that we filmed gave us a chance to explore our roots and innovate on the future with new interviews, jam sessions and, of course, ridiculous rhymes."
FLS was created by Thomas Kail (Hamilton) and Veneziale. It was executive produced by Kail, Veneziale, Jon Steingart, Jill Furman and Jillian Apfelbaum. It was directed by Ryan McFaul (Inside Amy Schumer). the original crew also included orchestrator and music producer Bill Sherman (Into the Heights) and founding member Arthur Lewis.
In an exclusive new clip from Freestyle Love Supreme for Seeso, Miranda raps about ramen. Watch the video below.