The freshman series extends its run.
November 14, 2016
Freshman comedy The Great Indoors has been given an order for six additional episodes, bringing its total from 13 up to 19. The move comes after a solid start to the show's first season through three weeks on the air.
The new series, which stars Joel McHale as an outdoor adventure reporter who experiences some culture shock after moving to a desk job at his magazine's digital department, premiered late last month - six into the 2016-2017 season. Reviews thus far have been mixed, but the show has impressed with healthy ratings through its first three episodes.
01/16/17 at 06:15am
I tried it strictly because Stephen Fry is part of the cast. Seeing a few shot taken at thumb zombies also had appeal. But, it's B-level writing as sharp as a nerf ball.
12/07/16 at 09:40am
The hate on millennials is unrealistic. It is overdone and we get it. The stories with Joel are fine, but give up on the stale "Kids these Days" jokes.
11/29/16 at 06:13am
We love this show! The rest of the old guys at work (we work in IT) love how harsh this show is on the Millenials (who hate labels). I'm guessing the haters are either too young to appreciate the humor and references or just don't understand "funny" ... I blame the Kardashians.
11/25/16 at 02:30pm
I saw this show for the first time yesterday. I laughed a few times, but overall it was not my cup of tea. Community was a much better show. The characters were more complex, and they got along, even though they came from different walks of life. You know, like in reality.
11/15/16 at 08:02am
Joel McHale playing the snarky wiseass. Yawn.
11/15/16 at 01:27am
... kinda feel like this is only doing well due tot he time slot after Big Bang Theory and before Mom. ... Move it to any other time slot and it would fail fairly quickly. It's not a horrible show... but Joel McHale playing the snarky unlikable anti-hero was played to death on Community.
11/14/16 at 03:35pm
Fun show with a great cast happy for a full season
11/14/16 at 03:20pm
How could this piece of garbage of a show get a full season?
11/14/16 at 11:28am
I kinda hate to say it, but I enjoy the show for what it is so far. Lots of things we have seen a million times already, but the writing is pretty funny so far. I think it's far better than Man With A Plan and on the same level as Kevin Can Wait.