Big Show (Paul Wight) is playing a fictional version of himself in Netflix’s brand new sitcom. After retirement from wrestling, he is now focusing on raising his three daughters in Tampa. If you are a wrestling fan and loved Big Show then there is no reason for you to skip this series. All the wrestling references and subtle throwbacks to his WWE days will be a treat for you. But if you need more reasons then we have got you covered. Read-Along!
With three young daughters, the show gives a feel of everyone’s favourite sitcom Full House. It is funny, goofy and a perfect series to watch together with your family.
Lola (Reylynn Caster), Big Show’s teen daughter from a previous marriage comes to live with him in Tampa and is trying to adjust to her new settings. While Lola being the eldest is a mature sister, middle sister Mandy (Lily Brooks O’Briant) is a bit dramatic. The ‘evil genius’ youngest sister J.J (Juliet Donenfeld) is the real troublemaker and often steals the show.
Allison Munn looks great in her character of a mother that put together the entire family. Paul Wight is everything. The fatherly side of a seven-foot-tall, 400-pound professional wrestler makes this sitcom fresh. The series is fun and uplifting. Already a hit among kids. The entire cast is spectacular and we hope that Netflix does the right thing and renew it for another season.
You can binge-watch it in one day but we would suggest to spread out episodes no more than one at a time because once you finish it you would want more and there are only 8 episodes.
P.S. We loved the background music
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