On Monday, Pete Davidson shared new details of his upcoming Peacock show “Bupkis” with NBCUniversal advertisers.

“I am here so that the media will start paying attention to me,” Pete Davidson joked about his high-profile relationship with girlfriend Kim.

“I’ve done a lot of projects that reference my life because that’s kind of all I can do,” Pete Davidson said to the New York City audience, Variety reported.

“One of the things that sucks about that, though, is my family members, they often get to play themselves because of, you know, the low-budget situation. So, my mom is starting to think of herself as a real actress,” he remarked during the event. “And that’s why it makes me extremely happy to get to introduce the woman who will be playing my mom — Edie Falco.”

“The Sopranos” actress, 58, joined Davidson onstage for some jokes of her own.

“Finally, I get to play an overwhelmed mother of two living in a world of corruption. Except this time, it’s Staten Island,” said Falco about her portrayal of Davidson’s mom, Amy Waters.

“So when is it that I get the free Peacock password? That’s where it’s streaming, right?” she asked.
Peacock has yet to announce a release date for “Bupkis.”

The jabs at Peacock and NBC Universal did not stop there, as the “Saturday Night Live” cast member went a little below the belt.

“We’re going to be on Peacock, the streamer that is responsible for so many great shows like ‘MacGruber’ and the reruns of ‘The Office.’ So look out for our new show streaming on the ’Cock,” he said. “Talk talking about getting ready to be filled with long six stories!”

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