The multiple-award winning late night talk show “The John Kerwin Show” is taped live before a studio audience in Los Angeles. Since 2001 the show has featured prominent and memorable guests such as Bruce Dern, Brian McKnight, Tom Bergeron, Steve Wozniak, Antonio Sabato, Jr., Eric Roberts, and Cloris Leachman.
The John Kerwin Show is unique because it involves Kerwin drawing comedy from the studio audience. No written monologues, cue cards or Teleprompters – the comedy is almost totally spontaneous; even the celebrity interviews are done without a pre-interview as the show strives for natural moments rather than scripted material.
If you are looking for a unique late night talk show, well….here it is. We have been part of many tapings and each one is different than the other. The fact that there are no scripts make the show refreshing and spontaneous. Get off your couch and be part of an exciting audience.
Parents need to know that Bastards is a buddy comedy about twins who go on a journey to find their biological father. After learning that their mother (Glenn Close) lied to them about their supposedly dead father and actually has no idea who the man is, Kyle (Owen Wilson) and Peter (Ed Helms) hit the road to discover which of their mom’s many ex-boyfriends is really their dad. J.K. Simmons and Terry Bradshaw (playing himself) appear as a couple of the kooky potential pops. Expect lots of strong language and raunchy sexual references in this comedy that looks best for older teens and adults.
Release date: December 22, 2017