Comic-Con: Lin-Manuel Miranda to Narrate Story of 'Hamilton' on 'Drunk History'

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Phillipa Soo, Christopher Jackson, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Anthony Ramos attend Lin-Manuel Miranda's final performance of Hamilton on Broadway at Richard Rodgers Theatre on July 9, 2016 in New York.

Hamilton is invading Comedy Central's Drunk History.

Creator Derek Waters revealed Thursday during the show's Comic-Con panel that Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda is set to narrate the rivalry between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr during season four.

Set to return Sept. 27 at 10:30 p.m., season four's guest list also includes Criminal Minds and Another Period's Paget Brewster narrating the friendship among first lady Eleanor Roosevelt (Busy Phillips) and Soviet soldier Lyudmila Pavlichenko (Mae Whitman) and their fight for women’s rights. You're the Worst's Allan McLeod will also explain how the divided dispute on whether British actor William Macready (Jack McBrayer) or American actor Edwin Forrest (David Koechner) was the better thespian.

Other guests set for the 10-episode season include Billie Joe Armstrong, Steve Berg, Rachel Bilson, Michael Cera, Josh Charles, Kat Dennings, Ben Folds, Dave Grohl, Tony Hale, Ed Helms, Thomas Middleditch, Elizabeth Olsen, Aubrey Plaza, Ronda Rousey, Liev Schreiber, Alia Shawkat, Duncan Trussell and more.

Comedy Central also used its Comic-Con platform to announce that animated series Legends of Chamberlain Heights has been renewed for a second season, ahead of its Sept. 14 series premiere. Produced by Bento Box Entertainment (Bob's Burgers), the series hails from showrunner Devon Shepard.

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.