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Kevin Can F**k Himself: Season 1

Kevin Can F**k Himself: Season 1

Kevin Can F**k Himself: Season 1

Emmy-winner Annie Murphy (Schitt's Creek) leads this unconventional comedy as a typical sitcom housewife who breaks the confines of the script, alternating between single-camera realism and multi-camera zaniness.

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Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
26 August 2021

Living the Dream

Kevin throws his annual "Anniversa-rager" party with help from Patty, Neil and Pete. After Patty reveals the truth about her bank accounts, Allison goes on a bender and makes a decision to take back control... MORE of her life.

EPISODE 1.2
26 August 2021

New Tricks

Allison witnesses an overdose and has an idea. It's Belichick hoodie day and Kevin feuds with the neighbors over a stolen package. Following a mysterious business card, Allison is led to Patty's Salon in town.

EPISODE 1.3
26 August 2021

We're Selling Washing Machines

Allison discovers the truth about Patty's Salon. After a fight, Kevin and Neil compete in a chili cookoff. Allison's revenge inadvertently dries up the towns pill supply. Patty almost gets busted in a local Pharmacy... MORE raid and confides in Allison.

EPISODE 1.4
26 August 2021

Live Free or Die

A detective questions Patty about the pharmacy bust. Allison and Patty go on a road trip while Kevin comes up with a new moneymaking scheme in the basement. After multiple setbacks, Allison admits the truth... MORE about her plan to Patty.

EPISODE 1.5
26 August 2021

New Patty

Allison pushes the limits to see what she is capable of. Kevin, Neil and Pete attempt to replace Patty after kicking her out of the group. An ominous Nick shows up at Patty's salon, and... MORE a new job opportunity opens up for Allison at Bev's Diner.

EPISODE 1.6
26 August 2021

The Grand Victorian

Allison and Patty make a deal with Nick. Kevin celebrates his birthday with two dinners. To Patty's surprise, she goes on a date with Tammy at the Vic House. Allison confronts Nick about going through... MORE with the plan her way.

EPISODE 1.7
26 August 2021

Broken

Nick's timeline shifts as Allison and Patty prepare for the big night. Kevin, Neil and Pete start a band, but Neil gets paranoid that Kevin has other plans when he finds a fertility clinic brochure... MORE in the trash. Tammy and Patty get closer.

EPISODE 1.8
26 August 2021

Fixed

Detectives question Allison about the night before. After the trauma of the break in, Kevin searches for meaning by running for city council. Kurt plants a seed of doubt, while Allison and Patty deal with... MORE the repercussions of their actions.

Kevin Can F**k Himself: Season 1 / Reviews

Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

The series is about rebellion with a format that feels rebellious in only the most superficial sense.

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Variety

Variety

Kevin Can F**k Himself... pulls off a tricky mix of genres to avenge the sitcom wife...

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

At a certain point, the show’s experimentation might end up as a distraction rather than a creative expression.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

There's a series here. I'm just not sure if it's worthy of the premise.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

An experiment with diminishing returns.

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The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

A curious hybrid of a series, it smashes expectations, it seethes and you can only admire the ambition and ingenuity of it.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The show’s attempts to deconstruct the sitcom wife are notable, but at the same time, by not fully addressing her mental health, it veers into a dangerous territory.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

The show might become not just one pointed parody but two; a take-down of toxic sitcoms and a spin on prestige, male-driven crime dramas.

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Salon

Salon

Although the concept has more appeal than the reality, there's hope that Kevin Can F**k Himself could turn into a better show...

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Decider

Decider

Quickly moves past its high concept to show the picture of a woman in crisis.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

It may be as subtle as a blow to the skull, but it's an inventive meta-critique of TV.

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The Age

The Age

It’s a dark marital revenge fantasy shackled by the brilliance of its own conceit.

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Stuff

Stuff

An intriguing, fascinating, if not always completely convincing look at the duality and duress of the sitcom wife.

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