A series of montages that parodies the introductory title sequences of generic 70s, 80s and 90s TV shows of various genres slowly turns into an absurdist meta slasher and then the parody becomes even weirder.
A man who's in the witness protection program creates a TV reality show about his situation. He has to wear a black ski mask all the time, but other than that he and his family try to live a "normal" life in front of the camera.
When "Boss" Hoss Heartshe dies, he bequeaths his town to his long-hidden and dim-witted son Hurlan, who has just been introduced to human society. Thus begins the bizarre and horrifying saga of Heartshe Holler.
"Is hell a hostile work environment?" It's a common question, and one that can be answered by Gary, a career demon with the anal fissures to prove it. Follow Gary's misadventures as he treads fire trying to do Satan's work. Written by
Awesome show. Great acting. A must view for comedy lovers.
Awesome show! I have never seen the acting of Henry Zebrowski (the actor who plays Gary, the main character) but I was amazed at his abilities and the subtle movements and faces he makes that really sells the jokes. The back up cast of Matt Servitto (the devil), Dana Snyder (Gary's old roommate)and Craig Rowin (Gary's intern) really complete the ensemble of excellence this show has achieved in my eyes. I am a huge fan of the work of Dana Snyder, and it is great to see him on the screen as a person, rather that a squid, a milkshake, or some weird programmer in a viking hat (code monkeys). I really hope this show lasts for more than one season, and that Henry Zebrowski gets the recognition he deserves out of it. The first episode I watched about 5 times in a row, and didn't get sick of it. I was fiending for episode two and was not disappointed when it finally came to air. I am now eagerly awaiting episode 7, and will loyally follow this show till it's end.
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