Say congratulations to Post Malone! The 24-year-old made his acting debut in Spenser Confidential on Netflix, which was released today. The film has only been out for a few hours, but it’s already leaving viewers feeling very impressed.

According to IMDb, Netflix’s latest original film is about the murder of two Boston police officers. After the tragic news gets out, an ex-cop named Spenser (played by Mark Wahlberg) takes it upon himself to team up with his no-nonsense roommate Hawk (played by Winston Duke) to hunt down the killers.

Spenser Confidential has an incredibly star-studded cast including Colleen Camp (Die Hard with a Vengeance), Iliza Shlesinger (Truth & Iliza), Alan Arkin (The Kominsky Method), Bokeem Woodbine (Queen & Slim), and Marc Maron (GLOW), among others.

The movie also happens to be the film debut for “Sunflower” singer Post Malone, who plays a character named Squeeb in the movie.

Spenser Confidential has only been streaming on Netflix for a few hours now, but it’s already impressed viewers enough to rack up an impressive audience score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Some viewers have already taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on the newest crime drama to come from the mind of Wahlberg.

“Currently watching #SpenserConfidential and I think @PostMalone should consider acting in more movies,” one person tweeted.

“So I just saw #SpenserConfidential on @NetflixUK and it was amazing and when I saw @PostMalone in the movie I lost my mind if you see this Man let me just say to keep up the great work,” gushed another viewer.

The month of March is shaping up to be a big one for the streaming service. Other projects you’ll want to look out for include Feel Good, which tells the story of Canadian comedian Mae Martin, as well as Dare Me, a teen drama that was actually filmed in Ontario.

You can check out the trailer for Spenser Confidential below.


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