'The Big Show Show': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix series featuring the WWE wrestler
Netflix is all set to drop its latest live-action family comedy series show starring Big Show, the WWE superstar and champion and it promises to show you the wrestler like never before
When it comes to raising children, managing the household dynamics and quirks of a family, even the most invulnerable ones find it difficult. Just like Paul Wight.
Otherwise known as Big Show in the ring, the WWE star is now comfortably settled in his family life, or so he thinks. Being a parent is probably harder for him than being a champion. The hilarious comedy series will explore Big Show's journey as a father and how he deals with his growing daughters.
'The Big Show Show' premieres on Netflix on April 6, with all eight, 30-minute episodes together.
Big Show might be a star in the ring. But his family with a wife and three daughters are no less a challenge. When his teenage daughter comes to live with them in Florida, Big Show will not be the invincible 400-pound wrestler anymore, but an outsmarted father of three witty and clever girls who will take him on a joyride, he had never expected.
'The Big Show Show' features Big Show, Allison Munn, Reylynn Caster, Lily Brooks O'Briant, Juliet Donenfeld and Jaleel White in the cast.
WWE Star Big Show, otherwise officially named Paul Wight, leads the cast. Wight is an American professional wrestler and actor who performs on the WWE SmackDown brand under his ring name Big Show.
He is one of nine wrestlers to win both the WWF/WWE and the WCW world heavyweight titles. 'The Big Show Show' will be Wight's biggest role on television. He has earlier appeared in Syfy's 'Happy!' and 'Van Helsing'. He has also featured in 'Fighting With My Family' co-starring WWE star Dwayne Johnson.
The live-action comedy show is produced by WWE Studios and created by Josh Bycel ('Happy Endings') and Jason Berger ('LA to Vegas'). They also serve as the executive producers of the show along with Susan Levison and Richard Lowell, serving as co-executive producers for WWE Studios.
Sneak a peek at what's coming for Big Show and how he will deal with his complicated family.
Where to Watch
You can catch all eight episodes of the fun family show, when they drop all together on Netflix, on April 6.
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