An early 2000s family sitcom called Step Right Up is rebooted, by Hulu, and the original dysfunctional cast return, and must deal with their unresolved issues in today's fast-changing world.
Starring: Keegan Michael Key, Judy Greer, Johnny Knoxville, Calum Worthy, Rachel Bloom, Krista Marie Yu, and Paul Reiser.
Reboot is a new 2022 show that I had a lot of fun with. Consistently funny each episode and was a breath of fresh air, away from all the superhero shows or heavy dramas. I couldn’t wait for each episode to drop.
The cast was perfect. Johnny Knoxville was always going to be a win in my book, doing a great job, which was to my surprise, as I hadn’t particularly seen much acting from him. Keegan Michael Key, as we all know him for Key & Peele, was fantastic. The man is hilarious & always understands the art of comedy. Judy Greer was a nice addition, a great substitute from appearing in Halloween Ends, which she ever so slightly escaped. There were many moments between her and Keegan's character that got a good chuckle out of me. Calum Worthy was a wonderful surprise, constantly hilarious and most definitely one of my favorite parts of the show. As well as the rest of the cast that unsurprisingly did a brilliant job with what they were given.
The story is clever, funny but what I found was deep sadness hidden behind all the characters and the comedy, a great mix that I really appreciated. With no shock to anyone, they of course set up a possible season 2, a much needed season 2. Whether it’s to build upon these characters, or to give us a lot more entertaining moments & hilarious scenarios.
I couldn’t recommend this enough.