The show’s upcoming eight-episode season will be its final season.
Kevin Can F**k Himself, a quirky comedy from the creator Valerie Armstrong, will end with a second season at AMC every TVLine. This happens after the program is extension for the second season after the first successful run on the network.
Kevin Can F**k Himself celebrated for the way it tore through the conventions of the typical sitcom. Kevin (Eric Petersen) and Allison (Annie Murphy) plays a typical sitcom about the lazy, Al Bundy-like husband with a beautiful wife we’ve seen again and again, but it breaks the mold by focusing on Allison’s struggle to gain control in a world that, in any other show, would revolve around her husband. Despite being full of known traditional multi-camera sitcoms, the show’s darker side is revealed through the single shot moments where Allison rebelled against Kevin. She’s not a humble but smarter housewife who just plays out with Kevin and his politically incorrect jokes, but someone who wakes up to the little injustices that she he has to face every day.
AMC adds show to two-season wonders list as it joins The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Road 61, and temple in a fairly quick end. It’s part of a recent trend from the network opting for shorter series as it introduces new originals into its catalog. Kevin Can F**k Himself found a strong following, especially among younger female audiences, and became one of AMC+’s biggest series.
Starring with Murphy and Petersen in the hit show is Mary Hollis Inboden, Alex Bonifer, Brian Howe, and Raymond Lee. Armstrong developed the series with executive producers Rashida Jones and Will McCormack from Le Train Train. Craig DiGregorio is the showrunner of the series and serves as an executive producer. Kevin Can F**k Himself will air its final season at some point in 2022 on AMC and AMC+.
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