kevin can f**k himself Archives

Kevin Can F**k Himself: Creator Talks Sitcom Worlds & Season Two
Well, we know at least one BCTV reviewer who will be very happy to hear the news that AMC Networks has renewed the Annie Murphy starrer Kevin Can F**k Himself for Season 2 Created by Valerie Armstrong and executive produced by Rashida Jones & Will McCormack (Claws) via Le Train Train, the second season of[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself: Creator Talks Sitcom Worlds & Season Two
Valerie Armstrong, the creator of AMC's Kevin Can F**k Himself, recently expressed her opinion on the season one finale and hopes for the series' future She hasn't been let in on any news of the show being renewed for a second season but expects it to come soon There's a lot of hope and expectations[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself Season 1 E08 Review: Cliffhangers & Secrets
In the eighth and final episode of AMC's Kevin Can F**k Himself, the aftermath of a home break-in leaves many feeling different, concerned, and for one particular person it doesn't change a thing Same as in my previous review, in the case you found your way here before watching the episode, consider this the point[...]
Raymond Lee Discusses Kevin Can F**k Himself, Sitcom Worlds & More
Bleeding Cool had the opportunity to chat with Raymond Lee, who plays Sam, an old love interest and current distraction for Allison, from Kevin Can F**k Himself on AMC Lee's television experience ranges from Mozart in the Jungle, to Prodigal Son, to an upcoming film appearance in Top Gun: Maverick[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself E07 Review: Surprises, Alibies, & Lullabies
In the seventh episode of AMC's Kevin Can F**k Himself, relationship boundaries are tested and interrogations are on the table Same as in my previous review, in the case you found your way here before watching the episode, consider this the point where I turn on the "MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!" sign[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself: Interview With The Man Himself, Eric Petersen
We're chatting with "The Man" himself…yes, that Kevin, of AMC's Kevin Can F**k Himself, about what goes into the role as well as his thoughts on the critically-acclaimed series' themes Eric Petersen, an actor with an acting resume ranging from Broadway to the small screen, stars as Kevin McRoberts, the incorrigible sitcom husband to Allison[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself E06 Review: Birthdays & Conflicting Worlds
In the sixth episode of the AMC series Kevin Can F**k Himself, many moments from previous episodes come back and face Allison and Patty head-on Same as in my previous review, in the case you found your way here before watching the episode, consider this the point where I turn on the "MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!" sign[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself E05 Review: Allison & Difficult Life Choices
In the fifth episode of the AMC series, Kevin Can F**k Himself brought viewers a new side of Allison & a solution from Patty surrounding the local investigation at the pharmacy Same as in my previous review, in the case you found your way here before watching the episode, consider this the point where I turn on[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself Episode 4 Review: Patty & Allison's Road Trip
The fourth episode of AMC's Kevin Can F**k Himself found Allison and Patty navigating a last-minute trip, secrets, and how truly annoying Kevin can be Same as in my previous review, in the case you found your way here before watching the episode, consider this the point where I turn on the "MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!"[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself Episode 3 Review: A Look Inside Patty's Salon
The third episode of AMC's Kevin Can F**k Himself gives audiences a unique look at the character of Patty, as complex of a character as Allison Just in case you found your way here before watching the episode, consider this the point where I turn on the "MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!" sign AMC has a series[...]
Kevin Can F**k Himself: An Excellent Twist On Sitcom Tropes: Review
Kevin Can F**k Himself is a brand new series on AMC that dives into the problem with modern sitcoms when it comes to continued tropes The identity established by this show is incredible, from the changes in tone and aesthetic of a scene from reality to sitcom life. Annie Murphy, who plays the lead character Allison, brilliantly[...]