Now given his own show, his humor is even more subtle. At least in the pilot episode. That might have more to do with the fact that his character is still grieving the death of his wife. It’s hard to make that type of character funny. But I’m not convinced that the show is playing to Thompson’s strengths.
Imagine the meeting with NBC execs telling Dwayne Johnson that they want to make a sitcom based on his life. I’m sure his response was a simple, “Okay” with that toothy grin of his. Or better yet. He proposed the idea to them! Either way, Young Rock is another self-indulgent project featuring the former wrestling star. This would be really annoying if he wasn’t just so likeable.
Disney+’s “WandaVision” is creative and just weird enough to keep your attention wanting more.
“The Hustler” is hosted by Craig Ferguson, who now my favorite game show host. Unlike the likes of Steve Harvey or Alec Baldwin, his humor is more subtle giving the show a lot more sophistication than you would expect.
Now that season 29 of Dancing with the Stars is done, can we talk about the large shower poof in the room? A lot of fingers are pointing to host and executive producer Tyra Banks, but the problems with the show go beyond her.
Described by FOX as a fact-based thriller, “Next” straddles the line between being over-the-top and creepily realistic.
“Emergency Call is unlike anything on TV these days and is a far cry from shows like “9-1-1.”
Welcome to the world of COVID TV where networks are scraping up whatever they can find in order to fill timeslots. This week from the dumpster, FOX has dusted off “L.A.’s Finest.”