I just got into all of these shows. TBS is killing it with their comedies.
Great to hear about Wrecked.
I'm really enamored with Florence.
glad to hear PoE got renewed, went into it expecting just a sitcom but it's actually a pretty solid alien invasion story to go with the humor.
edit: and Toby from the Office is weirdly excellent as a lackadasical hitman.
The second season of Wrecked was hilarious. Glad it's coming back.
Wrecked is so stupid it is fun. I did not get into People of Earth the first time I tried to watch it but my second attempt and it stuck and has become one of my favorite TBS shows.
TBS had a rough start in the late 2000s and early 2010s with some of their original programming, but they are nailing it every time now. Im glad Wrecked is coming back. That show has alot of potential, nd the cast is awesome.
This is such awesome news. This show is so good on so many levels. I can't remember the last time I watched a comedy and was so intrigued and surprised by the story and the twists. Also love Wrecked and am still happy for The Detour. TBS is absolutely killing it since hiring Kevin Reilly 3 years ago.
I really do like the identity that TBS is forming with these shows. I think its really smart because its alot like how people view their syndicated shows like BBT and Seinfeld, they're "light" I may not watch it during its first run, but they replay it throughout that week at different times throughout the day and evening, so I will eventually watch that new episode of Wrecked or The Detour.
Energetic comedy thats fun and zany, stealing a page from Comedy Central's playbook.
Guest book is great the previously on is so funny.
This is awesome news. Been a fan of Wrecked since season 1 but I just started watching People of Earth last week and barely finished season 1. (I'm glad I waited before starting it since now I have ten more episodes.) As for The Guest Book, I watched the first two episodes a few days ago and thought each episode was better than the last. I really have to start paying more attention to TBS in general.
Crossing my fingers they come to a streaming service. If not, I guess I will borrow them from the library.
After The Good Place, People of Earth is the only sitcom I've enjoyed from the past 2 years and I was worried they'd cancel it because TBS moved it to the 10:30PM slot. Neither show is the funniest but they're amusing enough and have a fun high-concept plot that keeps you intrigued.
I thought I was the only one who liked these TBS comedies, they're really good.