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Reboot (2022)

Comedy  
Popularity 45
Rayting:   7.6/10 1.4K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Follows an early 2000s family sitcom that Hulu has rebooted and their dysfunctional cast that must deal with their unresolved issues in today's fast changing world.

Episode Guide

Season 1

October 25, 2022Episode 8 Who's the Boss
October 18, 2022Episode 7 Baskets
October 11, 2022Episode 6 Bewitched
September 27, 2022Episode 4 Girlfriends
September 20, 2022Episode 3 Growing Pains
September 20, 2022Episode 2 New Girl
September 20, 2022Episode 1 Step Right Up

Best Reboot Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

September 27, 2022star8.1 78 votesS1E4 Girlfriends
September 20, 2022star7.7 155 votesS1E2 New Girl
September 20, 2022star7.7 136 votesS1E3 Growing Pains
September 20, 2022star7.5 203 votesS1E1 Step Right Up
October 4, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E5 What We Do in the Shadows
October 11, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E6 Bewitched
October 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E7 Baskets
October 25, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E8 Who's the Boss

Reboot Trailer

User Reviews

TXPatriot70 21 September 2022

betsat. Wanted to watch a new show and the trailer looked promising. Must say that it's starting off decent. Hopefully it's like some of the great shows where it continues to pick up momentum. In my opinion it's a hybrid, of sorts, of "Modern Family" and "Episodes", without completely reminding me of either so it has its own originality. Good to see Paul Reiser again because I forgot how funny he is. Keegan-Michael Key is awesome. And Judy Greer is really funny....and hot. Comedic timing and chemistry is working throughout the cast.

What I'm most impressed about is they haven't focused on any wokeness or political correctness. In fact, one scene around the writer's table they managed to make something actually funny instead of making it a outward social message. Much like Steve Levitan previously did during Modern Family.

TXPatriot70 21 September 2022

Wanted to watch a new show and the trailer looked promising. Must say that it's starting off decent. Hopefully it's like some of the great shows where it continues to pick up momentum. In my opinion it's a hybrid, of sorts, of "Modern Family" and "Episodes", without completely reminding me of either so it has its own originality. Good to see Paul Reiser again because I forgot how funny he is. Keegan-Michael Key is awesome. And Judy Greer is really funny....and hot. Comedic timing and chemistry is working throughout the cast.

What I'm most impressed about is they haven't focused on any wokeness or political correctness. In fact, one scene around the writer's table they managed to make something actually funny instead of making it a outward social message. Much like Steve Levitan previously did during Modern Family.

mccabe-shannon 23 September 2022

Reboot watchseries. First, I love the case. Each character really fits. Don't love the grown up kid but I think that's kinda intentional. It's a great mix of people.

I'd like a tad more background on the actual show- even just 2 minutes on how long it was on, more about the plot. Like did Johnny Knoxville still live with them after a divorce and she remarried? What's going on.

It does a great job of addressing the different generations and what's funny, inappropriate, offensive etc.

Great mix of going between the actors and the writers, the show and reality.

Some parts aren't great as with any show and it's "growing pains". Speaking of, all the episodes are named after sitcoms. Kinda clever.

3 episodes are out. I hope it continues and just gets better as we get to know the characters more instead of just their more extreme personas.

Definitely worth checking out.

ddio-26092 26 September 2022

You've seen this show before. Trust me. Critics that are giving high marks for this show are on crack. If you saw Episodes or The Comeback you've seen this show. Nothing very original and nothing that makes me give a crap about the characters. The thing that the creators of Reboot did well w Modern Family was give me characters I wanted to know. Phil or Cam were people I could relate too. Reboot doesn't have that feeling. I could care less about the characters. A lot of Reboot is using language to fill gaps for, I guess, shock? Most jokes fall flat. The director seems grossly fascinated with showing the two female leads w tops off. Really you've seen this show, boring bland.

sogoodlooking 30 September 2022

There's no center to what's nothing more than a series of tepid, ineffectual skits based on themes such as... old comic writers v young diverse comic writers; a woman's first time with another woman; a man with a co-worker's mom; a man's lingering attraction to a co-worker; a woman's problems working with her absent father. Nothing goes anywhere. The cast leans towards the sluggish elderly. The 'comedy' involves things like an older person not understanding the slang someone younger used, and looking it up on their phone. That's it. That's the 'joke.' Or we go through a tedious attempt by one of the cast to break up with a castmate's mother. That's it. That's the 'comedy.'

What can they possibly be thinking?

Boaz777 23 September 2022

The writing quickly becomes formulaic. After watching the first three episodes, I already know where these stock characters are headed, because it's the same way they've been going since the invention of television itself.

The characters of the older writers are funnier than the young ones, but the show spends all this time saying that the young writers know better. So far, they don't.

I like most of the cast, but the ones playing the "actors" are horny or stupid, and it feels like nothing's progressed beyond "Three's Company" The writing sets up a joke that you know how it's going to end, because we've seen it all before. Several times. For years. Decades.

They're trying to be edgy and current, but they aren't.

The Matt LeBlanc show "Episodes" is much fresher than this.

Instead of being called "Reboot" they should rename this show "Rehash"

maristprods 20 September 2022

This really surprised me. I expected a traditional networks sitcom, and this is that but with a whole lot more. This feels like it could be a four quadrant show while also not talking down to us and having a lot of wit and inside jokes. The things that really hit, really hit hard. Actually laughing out loud is not something that usually happens for me but I did a few times. The cast is phenomenal. None of them are overdoing it or playing their tics. I have nothing negative to say. Give it a shot. Right now my favorite shows are Reservation Dogs, Barry and Succession so that'll give you a hint of my taste. Finally, I appreciate that the child actor grown up isn't a spoiled dick-they went another direction and it's so much better-thank you!

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