TV Movie | TV-14 | | Comedy
Kimmy sets off on her biggest adventure yet. Three states. Explosions. A dancing hamburger. And you, the viewer, get to decide how the story goes.
This is the second time Daniel Radcliffe has played a prince. The first time was in the second season of "Miracle Workers", where he played Prince Chauncley.
These may as well be a clown in a sewer, because they are IT.
The baby in the gas station in Peabody Falls that the owner leaves for Kimmy and Titus to worry about keeps changing between shots. One of the child actors has a unibrow that distinguishes them from the other(s).
If you click "Skip intro" for the show as one can in Netflix shows, Mike Britt (the "they alive, dammit!" guy) appears in front of the screen and mock-scolds the viewer for trying to skip the credits, presenting an even longer opening credits sequence.
Whether you're a true-crime sleuth or just getting started, we have four documentaries from 2020 with unique takes on unraveling true crimes.