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Review: Reboot - Season One

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.

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