Josh Thomas’ new series Everything’s Gonna Be Okay is praised by critics
Critics are already enthusiastic about the new series Everything’s Gonna Be Oké by comedian Josh Thomas Stan on Thursday.
The show, which tells the story of a young man who is forced to take care of his family after his father becomes terminally ill, was created, written and produced by the funny-fiery, who also plays the lead.
And it seems that the new series from Josh is already a hit with some critics who label it as “sweet, stupid and non-apologetic.”
Exciting! Critics are enthusiastic about the new series by Josh Thomas (photo), Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, prior to his premiere at Stan on Thursday
The LA times have praised the humor of the show and described it as “a quirky and colorful series that treats the love, sex, pain and sorrow of adults and adolescents with remarkably funny frankness.”
‘It is very much in the spirit of Thomas’ previous work, except that his character is older and [mostly] wiser, with responsibilities that would have blanched the hero from the earlier series.
TV insider have labeled the new series as “stupid, sweet, gripping and unapologetic” and described Nicholas as “beyond-unconventional sitcom hero.”
Talented: the show is made, written, produced and plays Josh, the role of Nicholas, 25, who is forced to take care of his family after his father becomes terminally ill
“[The show] is wildly unusual, truly original and remarkably candid family comedy for the Euphoria generation, “wrote the publication.
Meanwhile, the New York Times said the show is “delightful, happy-sad, always looking for an improvised step.”
The publication also said co-star of Josh Kayla Cromer: “is an incandescent light bulb, [and is] immediately winning in scenes such as Matilda’s eulogy for her father. “
Humor: the LA times have described it as “a quirky and colorful series that treats the love, sex, pain and sorrow of adults and adolescents with remarkably funny frankness”
Kayla, who has autism, will play the role of Matilda, one of the half-sisters, who is a high school senior with developmental disability.
Maeve Press plays the role of Nicholas’ other sister, Genevieve, a typical 14-year-old teenager.
After his father becomes terminally ill, Nicholas has to step up his game and take care of his two half-sisters.
Rise to fame: Kayla Cromer, who has autism, will play the role of Matilda, one of the half-sisters, a high school senior with developmental disability