A gym owner with no ambition who is living with his younger brother discovers he is the father of a teenage boy. Starring Anders Holm, J.J. Totah, Mouzam Makkar.
This show has the basis for a good story, but it fails to deliver. The writing is the worst part. There are unrealistic scenes and dropped plot lines. The actors are interesting, but not necessarily enjoyable. The teenager is over-the-top emotional, the younger brother is supposed to play the dumb character, but seems like the most stable one to me, while the father comes off as stupid when he’s supposed to be reliable. Even Kaling doesn’t have enough to bring this show off the ground. It’s a pass.