'The Big Show Show': Move over WrestleMania 36, WWE superstar's Netflix sitcom has the best wrestling jokes
The new show captures Paul Wright's life interactions and fatherly instincts for three teenage daughters. Fans can't stop talking about the show and simply love its entertainment quotient and humor
The world is going crazy over WrestleMania 36 results, but for all you WWE fans, here's something to keep you hooked. Netflix just dropped a new show featuring retired world-famous WWE Superstar The Big Show.
'The Big Show Show' is a new show that captures his life interactions and his fatherly instincts for his three teenage daughters. The official summary reads, "When the teenage daughter of The Big Show, a retired world-famous WWE Superstar comes to live with him, his wife and two other daughters, he quickly becomes outnumbered and outsmarted." It further says, "Despite being 7 feet tall and weighing 400 pounds, he is no longer the center of attention."
Fans can't stop talking about the show and simply love its entertainment quotient and humor. "Just watched the first episode of #thebigshowshow and I really enjoyed it. I don't want to finish the first season but it's so good. Thank you for bringing me entertainment and something to enjoy @WWETheBigShow please make another season," one posted and another said, "Within the first few minutes of the first episode of #TheBigShowShow on Netflix, it has won me over with its charm."
"I just started watching #TheBigShowShow and immediately recognized that his wife is Caroline from #that70sshow. When I realized it all I could think her crazy a** better not hurt @WWETheBigShow like she did Fez!" one fan wrote and another posted, "#TheBigShowShow #Netflix The entire third episode is hilarious. The opening scene and the final scene got me dying laughing."
Pointing out the "great jokes", one wrote, "@WWETheBigShow love the new show. Great jokes for the wrestling fans and non-fans alike. Congratulations on #TheBigShowShow on @netflix it's a great #QuarantineWatchParty idea." Another one said, "#TheBigShowShow #Netflix The end of the house party is funny in episode 6. Several wrestlers make a heartwarming guest appearance."
What's more, one even called it "one of the greatest Netflix shows ever." The tweet read: "#TheBigShowShow #Netflix Ok just saw the scene where the boy arrives for his date with Lola. This is one of the greatest Netflix shows ever." Starring The Big Show aka Paul Wight, Allison Munn, Reylynn Caster, Juliet Donenfeld and Lily Brooks O'Briant, the Netflix show dropped on April 6, 2020, and you can catch all eight, 30-minute episodes, on the streaming site.