The already star-studded cast of Woody Allen's upcoming Amazon series got even bigger on Wednesday, with comedians Joy Behar and Lewis Black joining the production, Deadline reports.

Behar, The View co-host who previously appeared in Allen's 1993 movie Manhattan Murder Mystery, and Black, best known for his Daily Show rants, lead the group of new cast members announced Wednesday, which includes frequent Woody Allen collaborator Michael Rapaport, Girls' Becky Ann Baker, Falcon Crest's Margaret Ladd, Wings' Rebecca Schull, Black Mass' David Harbour and Amadeus' Christine Ebersole.

They join previously-announced stars Miley Cyrus, Elaine May, John Magaro, Rachel Brosnahan and Allen himself. As per Deadline, few details are known about the untitled project, other than it takes place in the 1960s. Production began in New York in March.

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