Vic Frankenstein with his assistant Igor and their dim-witted Frankenstein monster known as Phil. The show featured rotating segments with other characters like a family of zombies called the Deadman and a bratty girl named Melissa Screetch. Around the typically strong main players, the likes of Stephen Tobolowsky and Matt Ross continue to impress.And though there might not have been a comic sequence to match the phallic fix of Season One, there was plenty to enjoy.
Janet: No, what I was getting at is - I hope [the sign-up sheet] doesn’t end up covered in jokey names.
A sitcom created by Ron Leavitt, who also created Married with Children, which aired on the WB from 1995 to 1999 which centered on Jack Malloy, the father of a dysfunctional family, and his best friend, a stuffed animal rabbit named Mr.
-style takes on a controversial party and the politics it digs up works well as a series, with winning performances from the likes of De Ron Horton as Lionel. Miller’s surprising (and given his outspoken interviews after the announcement), controversial departure from the show, but continues to impress with its skewering of tech world tropes.
Steve Knight and Tom Hardy (and Tom's dad, Chips!
) collaborating on a series was one of the great unknowns going into 2017. Hardy plays the brutal and focused James Delaney, resurfacing in London after being thought dead for years, seeking revenge for the death of his father and inheriting the family shipping empire.