There’s nothing funny than rib tickling comedy series and when that has Emmy award winning star Annie Murphy then that’s definitely unmissable. Streaming from 27th August on Amazon Prime Video, the American sitcom is titled Kevin Can F… Himself and so lets take a look at things to know about Amazon Prime’s new show Kevin Can F… Himself.
This much awaited comedy series that had originally aired few months back on AMC Plus and finally now for fans who couldn’t get enough of it, we finally take a close look at things to know about Amazon Prime’s new show Kevin Can F… Himself.
Annie Murphy is known for giving remarkable performance in Schitt’s Creek and so here is a list of things to know about Amazon Prime’s new show Kevin Can F… Himself.
This is really an exciting news scoop of the day since it stars the trailblazing iconic Hollywood star Annie Murphy who is seen essaying the characterof leading female protagonist Allison Mcroberts in the series, fans and netizens have gotten more excited and intrigued which has helped in piquing curiosity amongst everyone and so we take a thorough glance at things to know about Amazon Prime’s new show Kevin Can F… Himself.
With formidable star cast of Eric Peterson as Allison’s uncaring husband Kevin, Mary Hollis Inboden in the character of their neighbour Patty who star alongside Annie Murphy that is seen in the leading role of Allison Mcroberts in pivotal roles, the sitcom has been created by executive producer Valerie Armstrong.
Touted as a brilliantly well written dark comedy genre series, ‘Kevin Can F*** Himself’ will be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video from 27th August, with all eight episodes of season one premiering exclusively on the renowned OTT streaming platform service.
The series plot follows story of Allison trying to set herself free from her miserable life by letting go traditional customs bounding her to take a firm stand for herself also trying to escape from her marriage so that she starts a life of her own.
The uniqueness and intrigue element in this series is that the show perfectly blends a little drama with emotive scenes and a deconstruction of traditional sitcom tropes, with special mention to the fact where it is about the portrayal of women.
Yes undoubtedly it is dark at times but ultimately aims to make us all laugh, which it surely does.