It looks like Netflix is allowing comedians to write and create their own shows on a constant basis. Aziz Ansari's Master of None premiered last week on the streaming service and a couple days later Netflix released a teaser for another -- much different -- show written by comedian, Bill Burr.
Even though the teaser is barely 20 seconds long, I still have high hopes for Burr's show about growing up in the 70s. The one thing I will say about it is that it seems like it's going to be one of those "Man, things were so much different when I was growing up! Everyone's a sissy now! I grew up the right way! The dysfunctional way!" Which is cool, I guess. But I don't know if making the show an animated series was the right way to go about doing this. But what do I know, I'm some dumb dumb on the Internet being a weirdo talking about shows and stuff.
Anyway, I'm honestly a fan of Bill Burr's stand up even though he sometimes (well most of the time) comes off as abrasive and aggressive and super non-PC. I don't know what I'm getting at here but I don't think many millennials would be a fan of him because they'd find some weird reason to write about how he's a meanboy on Tumblr or something. I don't know. I'm in a weird place today.
F is for Family premieres on Netflix on December 18th, 2015 (Wait is that when Star Wars comes out? Why are they doing this to themselves?)