Alison MacRoberts’ quest to eliminate her hateful husband will continue. “Kevin Can F**k Himself” is a revamped black comedy that breaks up stereotypical Sitcom Wife metaphor. “The second eight-episode season is scheduled to air on AMC+ and AMC next year,” Deadline confirmed.
From creator Valerie Armstrong and executive producer Rashida Jones, “Kevin Can F**k Himself” stars a desperate wife caught up in the wonderful life of the “King of Queens,” with her husband’s casual sexism, stupid jokes, and multiple format formats. cameras. When she’s away from Kevin (Eric Petersen) and his crew, Alison’s life resembles an anti-heroic prestige drama. One day, Alison realizes how unhappy she is, and decides to kill Kevin.
It also starred Mary Hollis Inboden and Raymond Lee.
“Kevin Can F**k Himself” wrapped up its first season earlier this summer, with a finale that saw Alison’s world finally collide. “[The show] The series was the most watched series on AMC+ and the top acquisition drive for premium streaming package across all major distribution platforms,” the source reveals. “Kevin” was the biggest new series launch in the service’s history and was particularly popular with young and upscale viewers. The series also garnered positive reviews and social activism. Strong and fussy.”
“It’s Kevin’s world, Allison just lives in. Or is she? Built on a new and unique concept, the creative team on both sides of the camera, led by Valerie and Annie, delivered a very interesting first season that got people talking and rooting for the sitcom’s wife like never before. It Happens Before,” Dan McDermott, Head of Original Programming for AMC Networks and AMC Studios, said: “We are excited to see this talented team go from the ultimate cliffhanger game and continue Alison’s journey, pushing the boundaries of traditional storytelling every step of the way.”
“We are very grateful to AMC for giving them a home for our odd little show,” Armstrong added. “Creating the first season of ‘Kevin Can F**K Himself’ and getting to tell this story has been the pleasure of my life. We can’t be thrilled to be stuck in Worcester with Allison for another year.”
Armstrong previously worked on series including “Lodge 49” and “Masters of Sex”.
Best known for her Emmy-winning role as Alexis on “Schitt’s Creek”, Murphy has co-created, written, and produced the CBC web series “The Plateaus”. After that, she is set to co-star and produce the feature-length comedy Witness Protection.