A review of The Big Show Show, Season 1 on Netflix

The Big Show Show

The Big Show Show is a sitcom created by Josh Bycel and Jason Berger and it’s produced by Netflix and WWE studios. The premise of the show is about The Big Show as a fictionalized version of himself and his family.

The show consists of eight episodes and it premiered on April 6, 2020, on Netflix.

Big Show

Big Show himself is not a good actor at all. A lot of the lines he says on the show sound too similar to WWE scripted lines. However, Big Show has a lot of chemistry with the three young actresses playing his daughters.

Big Show’s character is basically any father you’ve seen in any sitcom but the only difference is that he’s a giant.

cliché

The best way to describe the show is using the word cliché. The show using the same formula seen in every sitcom in existence. The episodes are the most generic television you will ever find.

The show has a lot of similarities with the Netflix show Fuller House (sequel to Full House).

Some of the cliché you can find on the show are:

  • Goofy father
  • Bottle episodes
  • Perfect strangers share room
  • They hardly eat anything

Best episode

The best episode of the show has to be the sixth episode called “The Big Party”. This episode is fun but also has the participation of former WWE wrestlers Mick Foley, Rikishi, and Mark Henry. These guests provide very funny moments.

Overall

The show is a walking cliché but its also very easy to watch as the episodes are only between 25-28 minutes.

All the child actors in the show do a good job and are not annoying like most shows but Juliet Donenfeld as J.J. Wight (youngest daughter) steals the show in a lot of scenes that she’s in.

Rating: D-