The "Cousin Greg" actor has signed on for a limited series in which he'll play WeWork co-founder Neumann, who was forced to step down as CEO in September from the commercial real estate company after a failed IPO attempt saw its $50 billion valuation crash amid questions about its flawed business model, according to The Hollywood Reporter. No network is attached to the series, which will be adapted from Wall Street Journal reporters Eliot Brown and Maureen Farrell's forthcoming book on WeWork. Chernin Entertainment and Endeavor Content acquired the rights to the book, and plan to make a documentary based on the book in addition to the limited series. The Hollywood Reporter says HBO "would make sense" for the limited series given Braun's role on Succession. Braun will serve as executive producer, but a writer has yet to be named. The potential WeWork limited series joins a potential WeWork movie from Jason Blum that was announced last week. Braun is perfect for the role because Cousin Greg is equally tall (6-foot-5) and inept as Neumann, says The Verge's Kevin Nguyen, who went to high school with the Succession star.