We have already a winner from HBO with this show. Written & produced by Danny McBride, the program has humor from each figure and their peculiar personalities. The family business is that of mostly a current-day televangelist TV production and mega-church. Instead of merely having the wife follow the evangelist with this program, we see practically the full family engaged in the church and its affairs.
John Goodman plays the clergy and patron of this mega-church, and we have each child struggling to be the finest in their parent’s eye. It shows when the parent is not watching; each child possesses a way of scrunching up business from not alone their existence but the household interest as well. John Goodman is a startling addition to this troupe and deliverers with a personality just as reliable as when he was in the Big Lebowski.
I’m always pleasantly astonished by enthralling McBride productions. Like Vice Principles and Eastbound, this series packs a comic punch while still retaining a shroud of secrecy around the central plot.
The series is sinister humor. DARK. If you’re searching for giggles, see Big Bang because this is not knee splitting farce. The show is hidden behind your mins humor. Finally, a series that rises above canned laughter. Good vs. Bad. Not apparent who the honest people are but a striking watch.