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The Big Show Show

The Big Show Show is an American sitcom web television series created by Josh Bycel and Jason Berger, that premiered on Netflix on April 6, 2020. The series stars WWE wrestler Big Show, Allison Munn, Reylynn Caster, Lily Brooks O’Briant, and Juliet Donenfeld.

The show features Big Show as a fictional version of himself. The premise features his teenage daughter moving in with him, his wife, and an additional two daughters.

The Big Show season 1 star Paul Wight as himself, the Big Show, a seven-time best on the planet. In the fictional Netflix series, in view of its subject’s reality, Big Show lives in Florida with his subsequent spouse, Cassie (Allison Munn), and two youngsters, Mandy (Lily Brooks O’Briant) and J.J. (Juliet Donenfeld).

In The Big Show Show season 1 finale, the title character encounters a significant life revelation in the wake of being hit over the head with a seat.

 The Big Show Show

The Big Show Show: Production

The show is produced by WWE Studios and is broadcast on Netflix. Josh Bycel and Jason Berger are executive producers and showrunners, with Susan Levison and Richard Lowell serving as executive producers for WWE Studios. In September 2019, Big Show announced on Steve Austin’s podcast that the show has filmed three episodes and would premiere around the time of WrestleMania 36. Later, it was announced that all 8 episodes would premiere on April 6, 2020, on Netflix.


The Big Show Show: Cast and Characters

Paul Wight / Big Show as himself, a pro wrestler who is adjusting to both retirement and his oldest daughter moving in with him and his family. Allison Munn as Cassy Wight, Show’s supportive wife and mother of Mandy and J.J. She works as a real estate agent. Reylynn Caster as Lola Wight, Show’s oldest daughter from his first marriage. She moves from Minnesota to Florida after her mother gets transferred to Brussels. She loves her father even though they can be competitive with each other. Lily Brooks O’Briant as Mandy Wight, Show’s middle daughter. She admires women leaders such as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Leslie Knope. In the series, she is running for student body president. Juliet Donenfeld as J.J. Wight, Show’s youngest daughter. She is a precocious child that likes to hack into things.

Jaleel White as Terence “Terry” Malick III, Show’s best friend. He runs a fitness center. He likes to invent things. Ben Giroux as Coach Fener, Lola’s ice hockey coach. Jaime Moyer as Miss Riggi, JJ’s teacher. Asif Ali as Bennett, Cassy’s coworker at the real estate company. He is the son of the company head. Dallas Dupree Young as Taylor Swift, an easy-going classmate of Mandy’s who runs against her for class president. His real given name is Cliff. Tessa Espinola as Monica B., Mandy’s classmate who is a big influencer at school. She hosts live streams on the latest gossip Jolie Hoang-Rappaport as Kennedy, Mandy’s airheaded friend. Emma Loewen as Olivia, Mandy’s friend

Guests for the sitcom have included Mick Foley, Mark Henry, Rikishi, and Tan France

The Big Show Show: Season 1

Season 1 consisted of 8 episodes.

In the first episode, Lola moves to Tampa where she will live with her father Big Show, her stepmother and half-sisters, and has a hard time fitting in. Show convinces the coach to have Lola try out for the school’s ice hockey team. Meanwhile, Mandy hosts a sit-in at her bedroom that attracts a lot of visitors.

In the second episode, after attending JJ’s career day, Big Show ponders what to do for his next career, and tries tagging along as a real estate agent to Cassy who is trying to show an old house. Lola and Mandy try becoming roommates but problems arise.

In the third episode, JJ’s teacher wants to recommend JJ to the gifted class. Mandy is running for class president until her classmate Taylor Swift decides to run. After going to visit the nail salon, Lola is getting along with Cassy as friends. But after attending a music event together, Lola wants to get a tattoo.

In the fourth episode, a sinkhole near the girls’ school causes the school to be closed. The girls have to hang out with their parents for the day. Big Show is going to do a cooking segment on television with Lola, while Cassy takes JJ to her real estate agency. Mandy tries to strategize how to get ahead on her class president campaign but ends up in a relationship with Taylor.

In the fifth episode, JJ and Mandy try to help Cassy deal with being unemployed. When Lola’s new boyfriend invites Big Show to do an escape room with them, Big Show gets along with him too well. Tan France of Queer Eye guest stars.

In the sixth episode, for their anniversary, Big Show takes Cassy to a weekend on a cruise ship. But although he has some romantic activities planned with her, Cassy finally gets an offer to buy that house she was trying to sell, and Big Show ends up sharing his amenities with some of his WWE wrestler friends (Mark Henry, Mick Foley, and Rikishi). Lola volunteers to babysit her sisters but host a big party for Mandy so that she can become popular.

In the seventh episode, Lola’s friend Alex visits from Minnesota. Terry hosts a promotional event where Big Show wrestles with people at Terry’s gym. Mandy has to debate Taylor at a school debate. JJ senses that Lola might want to return to Minnesota to be with her friends, so she has Cassy help her make a video to convince her to stay. Mandy and Taylor agree to have a friendly debate where they don’t bring up anything disagreeable until Taylor comes up with an idea that Mandy has to disagree with, which costs them their relationship. Following another wrestling demo at Terry’s, Big Show announces he wants to return to the WWE.

In the final episode of season 1, Big Show tries to set up his family situation so he can return to wrestling with the WWE. Cassy ends up hiring Bennett; JJ tries to take in a pet dog despite knowing that her dad has allergies. Lola feels more stressed out as she takes her driving test.

The Big Show Show: Renewal

Netflix hasn’t authoritatively greenlit The Big Show Show season 2. The gushing assistance ordinarily waits three to six weeks before settling on recharging or undoing choices after new seasons release. Because of the prompt prominence of this first season, expect The Big Show Show season 2 to be formally requested by the end of May 2020.


The Big Show Show Season 2: Release Date

Expecting that Netflix orders The Big Show Season 2 sooner than later, new episodes will most likely release around a similar time one year from now. We are excepting creation delays because of the flow coronavirus pandemic.

Similarly, as the first season’s release lined up with WrestleMania 36, the second bunch of episodes will apparently agree with WrestleMania 37 in Los Angeles. Along these lines, we’ll anticipate that The Big Show Show season 2 will release on Friday, March 26, 2021.

 The Big Show Show

The Big Show Show Season 2: Storyline

The Big Show season 2 may highlight increasingly close to home proficient clash, as Paul grasps his acclaim and WWE persona yet attempts to subside into moderately typical life. At home, he’ll have to watch out for the wild youngster J.J.

Alongside Mandy appears to adjust the familial elements when Cassy gets overpowered. In the interim, Big Show will develop nearer with Lola and turn out to be either the most startling hockey father around.

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