Deadbeat (2014–2016)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Comedy

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The series follows Kevin Pacalioglu, a medium for hire, who attempts to solve various ghosts' unresolved problems, so that they can move on to a final resting place, occasionally with the ... See full summary »

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  • Tyler Labine and Ray Wise in Deadbeat (2014)
  • Justine Lupe in Deadbeat (2014)
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  • Tyler Labine in Deadbeat (2014)
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  • Tyler Labine and Lucy DeVito in Deadbeat (2014)

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Cody Heller, Brett Konner

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14 June 2015 | Aktham_Tashtush
| Don't even waste a minute reading the reviews, just go watch it like right now ;)
Gosh this show is so hilarious, two seasons have passed so far, each and every episode is filled with laughter and comedy bits ,, the plot is magnificently built and the idea is fresh and well executed ,, the script is indescribably funny .. and what's the deal with all of that James McAvoy thing :D :D popping in the dialogue just like that and somehow being funny :_D The directing of the episodes over the 2 seasons is for different 3 directors which made it look diversified , and same goes for the writing with 5 writers working on the script it's like they're competing each others to make it more funny as much as possible.

As for the cast ,, well Tyler Labine is just genius ,, watched him in each and every little series he stared in from "Reaper" to "Sons of Tucson" and "Mad Love" gosh he's always hilarious with that funny chubby bearded silly guy never changes and originality of his comedy never fades... the other characters they were all hilarious , from Roofie to Chamomile spot on performance.

the cinematography and the visual effects are also thorough, perfected and synchronized plenary... good job Hulu for this successfully TV Hit project.

Overall, you guys gotta watch it like right now before you're even done reading this review.. off you go now ;)

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