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Episodes included: Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3, Episode 4, Episode 5, Episode 6, Episode 7, Episode 8, Episode 9, Episode 10, Episode 11, Episode 12, Episode 13, Episode 14, Episode 15, Episode 16, Episode 17, Episode 18, Episode 19, Episode 20, Episode 21, Episode 22, Episode 23, Episode 24
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Year of Release: 2017 | Type of the Series: Comedy | Size of the Series: N/A | Quality: N/A | Film Director: Kevin James | Amount of Episodes: 24 | Language: English | Resolution: N/A
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At a community TV season comprising approximately a dozen remakes, adaptations and spin-offs, "Kevin Can Wait" is a depressingly unambitious show which, though technically first, feels like a retread. Kevin has big plans for his recently acquired free time -- believe go-karts and paintball -- if only his wife, Donna, could stop nagging him about raking the leaves. Kevin's children also get in the way of their juvenile dream, especially oldest girl Kendra.
She returns home from school to declare that she's engaged and plans to drop out of college to encourage her fiance, a program programmer called Chale, whose fuzzy cardigans, British accent and lack of interest in baseball have been introduced as personality defects. It seems less like a series of its own compared to the usual set of hoary TV tropes -- Schlumpy Guy Having a Hot Wife, Wimpy Son-in-Law, Hypochondriac Kid -- strung together in support of this pun in the name. "The King Of Queens" profited in your feisty Leah Remini and an outfit that included Jerry Stiller and Patton Oswalt.
No such luck here. Since Donna, Hayes is given little to do aside from playing with the boring straight lady to her overgrown kid of a husband. Kevin's friends from the force encounter as a generic group of beer-swilling oafs. From the series's just remotely subversive piece, Kevin's brother Kyle is a firefighter who not really goes on forecasts. James includes a self-deprecating charm, however, the constant jokes about his own gluttony and childishness grow dull quickly. Like so many sitcom wives before her, weak Donna is your dull adult in his or her union.
She scolds Kevin for blowing off $90 on Muscle Milk since he felt motivated while watching "Rocky" and indicates it is maybe not a fantastic idea to rent a space over the garage into some mouthwash-drinking alcoholic. Ladies, amirite? Until Donna matches him in, Kevin is unaware that one of his children has been treated for stress and yet another was just suspended from college. The implication is that he has been too busy with work to take care of his loved ones, but she also has a fulltime occupation. The punchlines fortify the absurd notion that men are somehow ill-equipped to become breadwinners and capable, involved parents in precisely the exact same moment.
And it might be difficult for audiences to dismiss its dull assumption, provided that -- starting in October -- it'll be paired using the eerily similar "Man With a Plan," starring Matt LeBlanc as a builder and dad of three unable to adapt to national life after his wife returns to the work force. The displays even comprise near-identical, hacky jokes regarding girls growing up to become strippers due to terrible parenting. While James was off in the little screen, TV humor has changed to be inclusive, both demographically and tonally, than ever before. There's still a place for traditional, multi-camera national sitcoms about "ordinary families" that appeal to wide audiences.
Regrettably, as "Kevin Can Wait" exemplifies, these displays are ridiculously hard to pull off, particularly when the goal seems to be dull mediocrity. There is a difference between conventional and idle, and "Kevin Can Wait" is -- to use a metaphor Kevin's beleaguered wife may know -- a sort of series that can not be bothered to carry out the garbage.
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